Vegetarians Are Nearly Twice As Likely To Be Depressed As Meat-Eaters, Study FindsVegetarians are almost twice as likely to suffer from depression as those who consume a conventional balanced diet, 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 Group That Was Paid To Exercise Still Struggled To Go To GymGetting paid to exercise did little to encourage people who just joined a gym -- and expected to visit regularly -- to stick to their commitment.
Regular Alcohol Consumption Could Reduce Diabetes Risk, Study FindsRegular consumption of certain alcoholic drinks in moderate amounts could cut a person's risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study.
Second-Born Kids More Likely To Become Criminals, Study FindsThe "curse of the second-born" child might actually be true, a new study shows.
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?
Chocolate Might Lower Risk Of Irregular Heartbeat, Study FindsHere's an excuse to include chocolate in your diet.
Study: More Sleep, Coffee May Be Better Than Painkillers For Treating Chronic PainGetting a good night’s rest or perking up with a cup of coffee may be a more effective way to treat chronic pain than turning to painkillers, a new study suggests.
Study: Drinking Diet Soda Could Increase Risk Of Dementia, StrokeDiet soda has long been touted as a healthier alternative to sugary soft drinks, but a new study raises some concerning questions.
New Study Explains Why Your Shoelaces Keep Coming UntiedScience may have figured out what keeps going wrong down by your feet.
Poor Time Management Skills? Blame Your Parents, Study SuggestsIf you have trouble completing your tasks on time, you may be able to blame your parents for that.
How You Sit Impacts How Attractive Others Find You, New Study ShowsA study by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that people who sit with a more spread out body posture are found more attractive than those who sit closed up.