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Study Finds Smokers Would Quit For Pets

Smoking can be a hard habit to quit, but a new study finds that smokers may be willing to give up their tobacco in order to save their pet’s health.

Want To Know If You've Found Your Soulmate? Ask Someone Around You

With Valentine’s day quickly approaching, what better way to celebrate than with a study on romantic interests? Researchers have found that when it comes to observing two people on a first date, it may be easy to tell whether or not they are interested in each other.

Bandages That Are Grosser Than The Real Injury

What’s the best way to make an injury look cool? Wear disgusting looking bandages, of course! Scabs Bandages has created some gross band-aids to cover your injuries, yet still look stylish at the same time.

Going To The Beach May Increase Skin Cancer Risk In Children

Thinking of going to the beach this summer? Well, think again. A new study suggests that going to the beach may not be a healthy form of fun for children.

High Hormone Levels in Women May Lead To Cheating

A new study has shown that high levels of the sex hormone oestradiol may lead to a woman having an affair.

Study Shows Women Have Nightmares While Men Dream Of Sex

New research has shown that women have nightmares more than men do, but men dream about sex more often than women.

Obesity May Be Caused By A Virus

Scientists say that obesity can be caught just like a common cold.

Study Shows Men Control Hunger More Than Women

Ever wonder why many women like sweets more than men? A new study says that men can control their food cravings more than women.

Study Says Serious Injuries Uncommon After Being Tasered

A Taser can deliver up to 50,000 volts of electricity, which can make even the toughest man curl up in a ball. But how common are serious injuries that result from Tasers?

Study Says Menthol Cigarettes Are More Addictive

Want to quit smoking? A new study says that smokers puffing on menthol cigarettes have a harder time quitting, especially among African American and Latino smokers.

Too Much Coffee Can Cause You To Freak Out, Man

Have you been seeing or hearing things when you drink coffee? Well, researchers now say that people who drink too much coffee are more likely to experience hallucinations.

Good Oral Hygiene May Prevent Early Births

Another good reason to keep your mouth clean! Researchers say that bacteria in the mouth may be the cause for up to 80 percent of early preterm labor cases.

Weight Loss Could Be As Easy As Making a Phone Call

According to a new study conducted, researchers say that weight loss could be a phone call away.

Scientists Discover Six New Obesity Genes

With obesity rates on the rise, scientists have discovered six new obesity genes that may be responsible for appetite control and eating problems.

Slings That Explain Your Accident For You

Growing up, I was an accident-prone child and therefore broke many bones. At first it was kind of cool telling everyone my story, but after awhile it got old. For those of you that also get sick of explaining your accidents, there may now be the perfect product for you.

Coffee May Protect From Certain Types of Cancer

Do you crave the fresh cup of coffee every morning to get you through the day? Even though studies before have shown that drinking coffee isn’t good for you, a new study says that coffee may protect you from certain types of cancers.

Study Finds Big Butts are Healthy

Do you worry about having a big butt or those unsightly “thunder thighs”? Researchers state that having a little extra weight in the butt and hips may protect you against type 2 diabetes.

New Technology May Heal Bones in Minutes

The worst part of breaking a bone (besides the pain) is the healing process. Wearing an uncomfortable cast can be irritating and aggravating, making it harder to move around for months at a time. Well, that process may soon change. A company has developed a product called “Injectable Bone” that may repair the broken bone in minutes.

Scientists Discover Molecule That Targets Brain Tumors

Researchers at the UC Davis Cancer Center have discovered a molecule that may provide hope for treating a highly deadly form of cancer.

Study Shows Brain is Affected by Seeing Family Members

Do you have a positive or negative reaction when visiting your family for the holidays? A new study shows that seeing or spending time with your family can trigger activity in your brain that affects how you feel about them.