Q: A new study says that 20% of college professors can’t distinguish this?
A: their left from their right MORE THAN 20% OF PEOPLE CAN’T TELL LEFT FROM RIGHT: You may think that telling the left from the right is a basic skill, but it can be challenging for some. According to Dr. Gerrard Gromley of Queens University Belfast, nearly 20 percent of college professors and approximately 26 percent of college students can’t tell their left from their right. Gromley argues that confusing the two sides is a simple mistake that many make but can be…
New study says Oregon among top destinations for movers
A lot of people are moving to Oregon. A United Van Lines study ranks Oregon the second most popular destination for movers. Vermont tops the list. Idaho is third, followed by Nevada and Arizona. The top states people are leaving are New Jersey, Illinois, Connecticut, New York and Kansas. Bulletin story
Getting Your 10,000 Steps A Day To Stay In Shape? This New Study Says Try For 5,000 More
It hasn’t been scientifically proven as beneficial, but that hasn’t stopped many from trying for the goal of 10,000 steps a day, which is touted as a way
Emotional Moment Girl Meets Birth Father After 10 Year Search
Wife gives birth to baby girl while husband catches Pokemon. How do we get off this planet?
Husband catches Pidgey on Pokemon Go while wife's in labour. Shares photo on Imgur, goes viral. Is this the modern happily ever after?
New Study Says There’s A Smarter Way To Deforest
As global population swells and the push to grow more food increases, forests often find themselves on the losing side of the equation The leading cause of deforestation across the globe is conversion to cropland or pasture. In the Amazon basin alone, conversion from tropical forest to cropland for soy production resulted in the loss of 80 million hectares of forest as of 2012. And yet, the pace of agricultural expansion shows no sign of relenting. Instead, some studies estimate that in order…
New study says cats should work for their food
The study looked a food puzzles and how they enrich the lives of cats by stimulating their brains and honing in on their natural instincts and abilities.
Honey Bees Understand Math, a New Study Says
Not Losing Weight? New Study Says This Could Be Why
Is Alzheimer's contagious? What new study says
Preliminary study suggests that Alzheimer's can spread from person to person much like "mad cow" disease spreads
These Are the Top Cities for Millennials, a New Study Says
According to a new report, millennials are flocking to these five cities.
Portland's job growth among Top 10 in U.S., new study says
Portland tied for the No. 9 spot on Arizona State University's new "Top 10 Cities for Job Growth" list.
Top-CEO Pay Isn’t Driven By Talent, New Study Says
The rapid rise in pay for corporate executive officers is a key driver of inequality that’s not clearly tied to talent or performance, a new report finds.
What’s the Longest Humans Can Live? 115 Years, New Study Says
The study, in Nature, suggests that humans “will never get older than 115.” But critics think we can grow much older.
What Kind of Birth Control Girl Are You?
Looking for an awesome new method of birth control? Take this quiz to find your BC soul mate.
How stressed out are Hawaii residents? A new study says, not so much
Stress in on the uptick this year, according to data analysis site WalletHub.
This Shocking New Study Says 1 in 10 Americans are Now $100,000 in Debt
A new study finds that 1 in 10 Americans are $100,000 in debt, and nearly half the country owes at least $25,000. Here’s how to get out of debt.
More Incentives! That’s What Mobile Wallet Users Want, New Study Says
Payments pundits for years have been saying consumers need incentives to use mobile wallets, and a new survey report from Auriemma Consulting Group has numbers to back up the claim.
New Study Says Kids Who Nap May Learn Faster
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New Study Says Cows Learn Better with Buddies
Group work helps elementary school students approach new ideas. Could the same be true for baby cows?