The results of a recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center indicate that millenials – persons between the ages of 18 and 31 – watch at least 20 minutes less news per day than their older counter parts.
A connection exists between episodic migraines and obesity, according to the findings of a new study.
Wind energy facilities have killed at least 67 golden and bald eagles in the last five years, but the figure could be much higher, according to a new scientific study by government biologists.
The National Sleep Foundation defines parasomnia as “all the abnormal things that can happen to people while they sleep, apart from sleep apnea.” A new Swedish study claims to add two activities to the list – sending text messages and updating social media sites.
According to a new study, the percentage of men that experience symptoms of depression is very similar to the percentage of women that experience depression.
Stuttering is more than twice as common in children as previous research has shown, with just over one-in-10 children showing its affects by the age of four.
A substantial number of young, single Americans have a solid financial incentive to forego the “Obamacare” health insurance exchanges – a trend that could send the federal health care program into a “death spiral.”
Some beers and liquors are more likely to land you in the emergency room than others, according to a study conducted at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
A recent study revealed that a significant increase in the frequency of heat waves along the lines of those we experienced this summer could be expected within the next 27 years.
The more Twitter activity there is about a political candidate, the more likely they are to win their election, a new study finds.