Takes Americans 4 Days To Stop Thinking About Work While On Vacation, Survey FindsThe holidays are quickly approaching and many will be on vacation, but according to a new survey it will probably take a couple of days until you fully stop thinking about work.
'Sleep Texting' Is Real, Say Villanova University ResearchersSleep texters apparently send messages that don't make any sense.
The Most Stressful Part Of The Holiday Season Is Shopping, Say AmericansA survey shows nearly two out of three people in the u-s consider shopping the most stressful part of the holiday season!
Studies: Golf Could Help You Live LongerRecommendations include playing two and half hours a week without a cart!
Low And High Carb Diets Can Increase Risk Of Early Death, Study FindsA low-carb or high-carb diet raises your risk of death, a new study suggests, with people eating the food staple in moderation seeing the greatest benefits to their health.
More Than Half Of All Teens Think They Use Their Phones Too MuchA quarter of the more than 700 surveyed reported feeling anxious, lonely and upset without their devices.
American Alcohol Drinkers Prefer Beer, Finds PollFour in 10 alcohol drinkers say they most often drink beer. That's about 42 percent of people who drink alcohol in the U.S.
Dogs Rush To Help When Owners Cry, Study SuggestsA new study suggests that dogs not only notice when someone is upset and needs help, they also might move more quickly to assist.
Diet Soda Can Help Fight Off Colon Cancer, Say ResearchersThey also found that increasing the intake of diet soda was also associated with a significant improvement in both recurrence-free survival.
Where Does Philadelphia Rank Among America's Best Big Cities To Live In?A WalletHub study ranked 62 big cities via measurements that include affordability, economy, education, health, quality of life, as well as safety.
Going On Vacation Can Improve Your Health, Say ResearchersIt found that men who did not take vacations were 30 percent more likely to have a heart attack.
Study: Climate Change Could Cause 26,000 More US Suicides By 2050Researchers say the suicide rate of a given place may be linked to the changing of the seasons and its climate.