Stress Study Paints Dim Picture For Cities That Rely On Commuters

Stress Study Paints Dim Picture For Cities That Rely On Commuters
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Studies Find That Common Ankle Sprain Can Have Serious Long Term Health Effects

Studies Find That Common Ankle Sprain Can Have Serious Long Term Health Effects
Health

Extra Virgin Olive Oil Found To Significantly Lower The Risk Of Breast Cancer

It is generally well known that eating according to the principles of the Mediterranean Diet is a healthy life choice. Now there is evidence to show that eating...

A Game Changing New Study On Blood Pressure Found Such Important Results It Was Released Early

A landmark new study has shown definitively that lower blood pressure, much lower than the current recommended 140 level, can save lives and prevent a host of l...

Federal Reserve Study Shows Americans Are Moving Back In With Their Parents At Highest Rate Ever

With an effect that is most pronounced among the millennial generation, a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City has found that a growing share...

Global Study Finds Netflix, Spotify Are Dominating The Media Streaming Industry

According to a study about media habits in France, French customers prefer to stand by good old fashioned live television rather than innovative digital streami...

Last Year American CEOs Received Pay Increases 100% Greater Than American Workers

While American workers continue to struggle to receive pay raises, the same cannot be said for Chief Executive Officers according to a report released by benefi...

Study Finds Attractive Men More Likely To Receive Venture Capital Funding

If you’re an entrepreneur seeking funding, it pays to be male and attractive, according to a newly released study. The investigative paper Investors Prefe...

Half Of Young Adults In The UK Say They're Not 100% Heterosexual

A new YouGov survey found that 49 percent of 18-24 year-olds in Britain see themselves as something other than completely heterosexual. The poll used the Kinsey...

Study Finds Teens Who Use More Social Media At Increased Risk Of Depression

A new study linking teen’s use of social media to their incidence of depression and suicidal thoughts may have parents ready to toss out their teens’ smartp...

Study Finds Fifteen Per Cent Of Americans Don't Use The Internet

An stunning 15 per cent of Americans do not use the internet according to a new study by Pew Research that revealed close to 47 million U.S. citizens simply don...

Fact: A Majority Of Americans Will Be Poor At Some Point In Their Lives

The face of America’s poor is far from constant with new research confirming earlier studies that that every year, a different class of people live in poverty...

A Good Night's Sleep Shown To Cut Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease

Most people know that getting enough sleep is good for their general health. Scientific research now shows that getting enough quality sleep may be an important...

New Study Confirms Men Who Harass Women Online Are, Literally, Losers

A recent study proves that men who harass women online are in fact losers. The journal PLOS published the study led by researchers Jeffrey Kuznekoff of Miami Un...

Study Finds Keeping Weight Off A Multi Year Effort For Dieters

New research show just how unlikely it is for men to keep weight off after losing it. According to a study conducted by experts at King’s College London, o...