Why faith in the media might not be as low as polls suggest
Most Americans claim to believe that news reports are often inaccurate. Do they really believe that?
How to fight major depression? Breathing, study suggests
Penn researchers say yoga could act as alternative to antidepressants
What's the key to human social evolution? Religion, this scientist suggests
Evolutionary psychology professor Robin Dunbar wants to find out why humans are capable of maintaining significantly more social ties than the size of our brains alone could explain. Religion is the latest hypothesis he's testing.
Top Mental Health Researcher Suggests Link Between Opioid Overdoses and Suicides
Joshua Gordon, director of the National Institute of Mental Health, believes more work must be done on connections between suicidal thoughts and overdoses.
Ambiguity? A New Book Suggests Leaders Should Learn to Love It
Good bosses are supposed to know that ambiguity, or uncertainty about the meaning of something, is toxic. Ambiguity is confusion. Ambiguity leads to stre...
How Well You Sleep May Depend on Your Genes, Study Suggests
Scientists pinpoint area of DNA, but difference is only few minutes each night
What do the new physical activity guidelines suggest for kids?
One part of the new Physical Activity Guidelines from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services look at how physical activity affects the health of children younger than 6 years, and how sedentary behavior effects the health of children and adolescents.
What Kavanaugh's record suggests about how he'd rule on technology issues
PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — If Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed as the next Supreme Court justice, how might he rule on critical technology issues?Kavanaugh currently sits on the D.C. Circuit Court, where he weighed in on net neutrality before its repeal.
Why do we like bitter drinks? Not taste, genes suggest
"People like the way coffee and alcohol make them feel. That's why they drink it. It's not the taste."
Report suggests how to boost number of S.C. college grads
A new report says S.C. universities need to work more closely with businesses to boost the number of college graduates in the state.
Study suggests how expression, function of nAChRs regulated in AD
Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs) have been pursued for decades as potential molecular targets to treat cognitive dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease (AD) due to their demonstrated role in processes underlying cognition such as synaptic facilitation, and theta and gamma wave activity.
Study suggests how measles depletes body’s immune memory
A new Harvard study shows measles wipes out 11 percent to 73 percent of antibodies against an array of viruses and bacteria, depleting a child’s previous immunity, which underscores the importance of measles vaccination.
New Evidence Suggests We Should Eat Fewer Eggs
A Northwestern University shows that adults who eat more dietary cholesterol—such as that in eggs—have a significantly higher risk of cardiovascular disease and of death from any cause, a new study reports.
Sean Hannity suggests Fox News' Mark Levin should be called as a witness during impeachment hearings
On Monday's edition of "The Sean Hannity Show," Hannity said that Republicans should call Fox News' Mark Levin to the stand as a witness for President Trump.
I spent a week asking everyone I met to tell me how to be happier — here are the 7 things they...
I decided to spend a week asking as many strangers as I could for ways to be happier. Their advice was refreshing, useful, and genuinely universal.
Battlefield 5 leaked Firestorm tutorial suggests battle royale launch is very soon
This, plus a Daily Order telling players to try the mode, suggest it’s coming soon
For a baby’s heart health, dads should stop drinking 6 months before conception, study suggests
Dads-to-be who drank in the three months leading up to conception were 44 percent more likely to have a child born with CHD than men who do not drink
Leaked emails suggest Rudy Giuliani "dangled" pardon before Michael Cohen: "Friends in high places"
A source described as “familiar with the emails” alleges Trump’s legal team was trying to keep Cohen from flipping
07 » Evidence from past suggests climate trends could yield 20-foot sea-level rise » University...
Published: July 9 2015 photo: Antony Long When past temperatures were similar to or slightly higher than the present global average, sea levels rose at least 20 feet, suggesting a similar outcome could be in store if current climate trends continue Findings published in the journal Science showed that the seas rose in response to melting ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica, said lead author Andrea…
Tana French: ‘I love the Eureka! moment when I realise that what she’s suggesting is perfect’
Authors & Editors: – ‘It is only in completing a work that a fiction writer can know if it really is a work’ – Ciara Considine