Study Reveals Passion For Exercise May Start In WombA study published in the Federation of American Societies For Experimental Biology Journal shows the will to work out may be strongly influenced by our mother’s exercise habits during pregnancy.
Study: Richest Live At Least 10 Years Longer Than The PoorestA major study says the richest Americans live at least 10 years longer on average than the poorest, but the gap isn't as wide in many communities, especially affluent, highly educated cities.
Study: Drinking Coffee May Help You Live LongerDrinking your morning coffee may do more than just help you wake up at work. New data supports growing evidence that coffee could help prevent death from heart disease and other chronic illnesses.
Study: Half Of Children Not Getting Enough WaterWater was a hot commodity on a playground in Friday’s triple-digit weather. While parents said they aim to keep their children hydrated, a new Harvard study says more than half of American children and teens aren’t.
UC Davis Study: Pollution From Asia Coming Across Pacific To CaliforniaProfessor Ian Faloona with UC Davis is behind a landmark research project that indicates what some thought was not possible—that heavily polluted areas of Asia are contributing to our air quality.
New Study: Secondhand Smoke As Harmful To Pets As PeopleTen years ago, Shirley Worthington rushed Tigger to the vet when the dog's mouth started bleeding. When she was told he had cancer, she knew to blame her heavy smoking, an addiction she couldn't kick until after her pet died.
Behaviorists: Dogs Feel No Shame Despite The LookThe next time you start shaking your finger and shouting "Shame on you!" because your dog chewed up your favorite fuzzy slippers, just remember that no matter how guilty your dog looks, it doesn't know what your rant is about.
Stanford Study: Changes Needed In Prison Realignment LawA study of Gov. Jerry Brown's 2-year-old prison realignment law released Friday recommends major changes that would relieve some of the burden from California's counties.
Study: Facebook Could Have Positive Effects On Self-Esteem, BehaviorResearchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have found that users of Facebook are benefiting psychologically from participating on the social networking site.
Study: Parents Should Suck On Kids' Pacifiers To Protect Them From AllergiesThe findings of a new study show that, if parents wish to protect their children from developing allergies, they should suck on their pacifiers.
Study: Facebook Users Have Better Luck Getting Jobs Through FriendsA new study indicates that job seekers who have stronger ties to the social networking world around them are more likely to find a new opportunity.
Study: Female Brains Are Smaller Than Male Brains, But Used More EfficientlyThe findings of a new study reveal that, while women do have smaller brains than men, women use the grey matter they do have more efficiently than their male counterparts.