Medical Errors May Be Third Leading Cause Of Death In The U.S.Doctors at Johns Hopkins, suggest medical errors may kill more people than lower respiratory disease like emphysema and bronchitis do.
Harvard Researchers Say Philly Soda Tax Could Save $197 MillionA new study from Harvard University, funded by the JPB Foundation and Healthy Food America is arguing the tax could actually save money, consumers’ waistlines and lives.
Friendship Is More Powerful Than Morphine, Study FindsResearchers at Oxford University discovered that people with more friends have a higher pain tolerance.
Study: Exercise Can Help People Recover From A Sad EventGood news for people working on their fitness—exercise is good for the mind as well as the body.
Study: Millennials Are Job-Hopping More Than Previous GenerationsMillennials are changing jobs more often than their parents did, according to a study.
New Study Helps Define What Makes A Person CreepyA new study helps define what makes a person creepy.
America's Richest Men Live 15 Years Longer Than Poor MenThe richest Americans live far longer than their poorest counterparts, a new study shows.
Whole Milk Better For You Than Skim, Study SuggestsThey found that adults with high levels of full-fat dairy byproducts in their blood had a lower risk of developing diabetes.
Study: 1 In 5 Workers Would Sell Their Passwords For CashThe study found that as many as 44 percent of employees who said they would sell their credentials would do it for less than $1,000.
Study Finds Slimmer Women, Taller Men Earn MoreA study was conducted to determine whether height and body mass index (BMI) have a causal role in socioeconomic status.
Researchers: Lack Of Sleep May Lead To Poor Food Choices, Similar To Effects Of MarijuanaResearchers say they have found a link between lack of sleep and overeating.
Study: Coffee May Help Prevent Liver Damage From AlcoholThe latest review finds that it may substantially lower the risk of alcohol-related cirrhosis.