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Yet Another Reason BPA Is So Bad For You

If you're looking for a portable thirst quencher, you might want to adopt something made of glass.

Emi Boscamp
December 11 2014

This Is The Best Thing You Can Do For Your Child's Brain

If there existed one, simple thing you could do to improve your child's performance every day at school, in addition to their long-term educational...

Debbie Hampton
December 10 2014

The 35 Best Places To Live In The U.S. If You're Under 35

If you're not already a part of the hustle and bustle of the Big Apple, it may be time to pack your bags and join us over here. According to Vocativ's...

Emi Boscamp
December 9 2014

Smartphones Suck The Fun Out Of Leisure Time, Study Says

In case paying more attention to your kids, feeling less stressed outside of work, and improving your posture weren't reasons enough to power down the...

Emi Boscamp
December 8 2014

Most Vegetarians & Vegans End Up Eating Meat Again

Apparently, the fat, juicy steaks of the world have cast some sort of spell over us.

Emi Boscamp
December 4 2014

DNA-Based Nutritional Advice Is More Effective, Study Says

If your doctor advises to lower your sugar intake because you're at risk for diabetes, you're less likely to take this advice than if he or she tells...

Emi Boscamp
December 1 2014

People Make More Money If They're Emotionally Intelligent

You've always been told that you should never let emotions get in the way of your job. Reserve your sensitive side for home. Being a hard-ass will get...

Emi Boscamp
November 20 2014

How Texting Damages Your Posture

You've probably put a child up on your shoulders before. Maybe you were at a concert or a football game and your child couldn't see. After a while,...

Emi Boscamp
November 19 2014

Checking Your Email After Work Is Pretty Bad For You, Study Says

We're constantly checking our emails, both during and after work. It would feel strange — almost rude — not to look when that notification pops up....

Emi Boscamp
November 7 2014

The Real Reason Red Meat Is Bad For Your Heart

We know that red meat and hearts don't get along, but we're only just beginning to understand what happens in the body that leads to conditions like...

Emi Boscamp
November 6 2014

If You Want To Be Attractive, Just Be Nice, Study Says

The stereotypical "mean girl" may have been the most attractive person at your high school, but according to a new paper in Personality and Individual...

Emi Boscamp
October 31 2014

Which Studies Can You Actually Trust? Here's How To Tell

If you spend any time on social media, or even email, chances are you read, skim, and swap recent scientific studies. It's impossible not to click on...

Healthy Child Healthy World
October 23 2014

New Study Shows Letting Infant Sleep On A Sofa Can Be Deadly

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (better known as SIDS) is commonly referred to as "crib death" because it often occurs when babies are sleeping in their...

Emi Boscamp
October 13 2014

7 Scientifically Proven Ways To Get Happier

Instant gratification is doable — and science agrees.

Hannah Sentenac
October 10 2014

Happy Wife, Happy Life? Science Says The Cliche May Be True

Maintaining a solid marriage is difficult by any standard, but a new study out of Rutgers University suggests that the woman's happiness is a better...

September 17 2014

Not Getting A Good Night's Sleep? You Could Be Shrinking Your Brain

While many of us are already well aware of the benefits of getting enough sleep, new research says it's the quality of our sleep that matters most....

September 8 2014

Sad, But True: Some Doctors Still Recommend Processed Food

The American Society for Nutrition has a stated mission, which includes the following: “… to support the dissemination and application of nutrition...

Will Clower, PhD
September 5 2014

Why You Should Pretend You Understand What Babies Are Saying

New parents may be at a loss to figure out the best response to their toddler's incoherent babbling, but a new study may shed light on a good...

August 30 2014

Want A Happy Marriage? Make Mindful Decisions With Your Partner

The latest attempt to unlock the formula for a happy marriage is the University of Virginia's National Marriage Project report on the relationships of...

August 28 2014

The 25 Countries Where People Drink The Most Booze

The World Health Report has released the results of its 15-year global alcohol consumption survey, and the "winner" of the Booziest Country award goes...

August 22 2014