Study: Depression Found In PreschoolersA new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.
Study: New Deadly Plagues Could Emerge In Humans In FutureExperts are said to have have recently learned that new deadly plagues could affect humans in the future, due to the relationship between old strains of infectious disease and presently existing ones.
Sundance Study: Female Filmmakers Succeed Equally With MenA study commissioned by the Sundance Institute and Women in Film Los Angeles finds that female filmmakers who participate in the institute's feature and documentary development labs succeed in equal numbers to men.
Study: Erectile Dysfunction Meds Don't Help Relationships, Increase HappinessA new study suggests that treating erectile dysfunction may not have much of a positive impact on the relationships of those who suffer from it.
Study: Posting Food Pictures To Social Media Sites Could Ruin Friends' AppetitesA team of researchers at the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University have learned that pictures of food on social media sites tend to curb the appetites of those who view them.
Studies Test How Early In Life To Peek Inside DNAFully mapping someone's genes to look for health risks is full of ethical challenges.
Study: One Hour Nap For Kids Good For Their BrainMost caregivers know that an hour nap means a happier child, but a new study shows another benefit.
Study: Choosing How To Spend Your Lunch Break Reduces FatigueExercising control over your lunch break might make more of a difference than what you actually do with it.
Drowsy Driving Becoming Dangerous ProblemDrowsy drivers may cause nearly a third of all deadly car crashes according to federal statistics.
Nevada Leads Nation In Home Price Growth In AugustA new report shows Nevada led the country in home price gain in August.
Study: Right-Brain, Left-Brain Personalities Do Not ExistA recent study indicates that the concept of right-brain and left-brain thinking may be little more than a myth.
Study: Men Still Expected To Pay For First Dates With WomenResearchers at Chapman University in Orange, Calif. have found that, despite the ever-evolving nature of gender relations in the United States, men are still by and large expected to pay for first dates with a woman.