Binge-Watching TV Shows Causes Poor Sleep Quality, Insomnia, Study FindsBinge-watching television shows can lead to unhealthy sleep habits in young adults, according to a new study.
Pets Do Not Benefit Kids' Health, Study FindsDogs and cats have no "significant" impact on children's mental and physical health, according to a new study by the Rand Corporation.
Study: Drinkers More Likely To Reach Age 85 Without DementiaModerate to heavy alcohol drinkers are reportedly more likely to reach age 85 without developing dementia and similar cognitive issues when compared to non-drinkers.
Sense Of Smell Plays A Role In Weight Gain, Study FindsThe sense of smell plays an integral role in the enjoyment of food, but is it possible that a person will gain more weight if they have a better sense of smell?
Merck Says New Cholesterol Drug Worked In Big StudyMerck & Co. said Tuesday that a new type of cholesterol drug reduced heart attacks, deaths and other complications of heart disease in a huge, late-stage study.
Video Games Can Improve Academic Success, Study FindsAccording to a new study, video games can improve communication skills, resourcefulness and adaptability.
Study: Reading Books Makes You Kinder And More EmpatheticCan reading make you a better person? According to a study, it's shown to make you kinder, and more empathetic.
Study: Technology Trouble Dents Car And Truck ReliabilityTechnology glitches including Bluetooth phone pairing and misunderstood voice commands put a dent in car and truck reliability scores in a major survey of automobile owners.
National Cost Of Daycare Higher Than In-State TuitionThe average cost of full-time daycare is at $9,589 a year for kids four and under. The national average for in-state tuition is about $9,410.
Study: Pregnancy-Related Deaths On The Rise In TexasPregnancy-related deaths in Texas are on the rise.
Study: Lack Of Drainage In Fort Worth Likely Caused FloodingDespite this summer's long, hot, dry stretch Fort Worth city officials are talking about flooding.
Nat'l Institutes Of Health Taking 1st Steps In Precision Medicine ProjectThe Obama administration is moving ahead with a major project to learn how to better tailor treatments and preventive care to people's genes, environment and lifestyle.