Experts at Boston Children’s Hospital have found a connection between extreme weight gain in expecting mothers and childhood obesity in their offspring.
A recently-conducted survey that involved the incoming class of freshmen at Harvard University found that the majority of those students are virgins.
The findings of a recent study indicate that nicer bosses may be appreciated by their employees for their kindness, but ultimately do not get better results from the people they manage.
Researchers have learned that college students are more empathetic toward dogs who have been abused than they are toward human adults who have suffered comparable abuse.
Stemming from a dramatic rise in value over the past decade, nearly 50,000 incidents of copper theft have cost U.S. utility sites an estimated $1 billion annually.
Medical researchers have learned that hot chocolate could play a role in preventing memory decline.
A new study has found that omitting breakfast from your daily routine will not result in weight gain, as previously thought.
A recent study has found a genetic connection between asthma and obesity.
A new study offered by researchers at the University of Chicago and reviewed by a team at Harvard University shows that a third of marriages happen between couples who met online.
According to a new study conducted at Cornell University, college-aged women judge their promiscuous female peers more negatively than they do chaste women, to the point where they view the former group as unsuitable for friendship.