Just in time to coincide with the decriminalization of marijuana in D.C., a University of Oxford study reveals why pot makes people paranoid.
The Fourth of July is a popular travel weekend, and a new study shows that adult children prefer to go on a road trip with Mom.
The amount of fictional violence depicted on television has created a “mean world syndrome,” where TV audiences exposed to increasing levels of violent programming create an “imagined world” of fear and paranoia that does not parallel real-life decreasing crime rates.
Parents in Maryland may not need to worry as much when it comes to their teen getting behind the wheel of a car.
A new analysis finds the nation’s health care overhaul deserves a place in advertising history.
A stink bug trap that can be made with common household items was found to be more effective than pricey store-bought traps in a recently-released study.
If you’re calm and collected but the guy or gal in the cubicle next door sweats about meetings and deadlines all day, watch out. That stress can be contagious.
According to a recent study by American Express, the cost of being a guest at a wedding is up to $572.
In the midst of the diabetes epidemic, a glimmer of good news: Heart attacks, strokes and other complications from the disease are plummeting.
Children with a certain genetic marker are more likely to play violent video games and watch violent TV shows and movies.