Study: Marijuana 'Dampens' Your Brain's Response To RewardsA newly released study suggests people who use marijuana have a higher risk of becoming addicted.
Study Reveals The Hot & Not-So-Hot Sunscreens As we head into summer, there’s a new warning about sunscreens.
Diabetes Study May Open Doors For New Treatment A new study for people with type two diabetes could lead to new treatments for the disease.
More Acidic Seawater Now Dissolving Bit Of Florida Keys ReefIncreasingly acidic seawater due to global warming is eating away the limestone framework of coral reefs in the upper Florida Keys, according to a new study.
Study: Infants Fed Rice Products Have Higher Arsenic LevelsA new study suggests infants fed rice products have higher arsenic levels than other babies.
Study: Drug Combination Shrinks Tumors In Breast Cancer PatientsA new combination of drugs shrunk or eliminated tumors in women with breast cancer in 11 days, a new study says.
Study: Abuse During Pregnancy Linked To Health Defects In BabiesDomestic violence during pregnancy doubles the risk of preterm birth and low birth weight, a new study says.
UCLA: Movies Make More Money When Half The Cast Is White Movies make more money when exactly half their casts are non-white, according to an annual analysis released Thursday that shows an increasing demand for diversity in film.
Study: Low Levels Of B12 May Be Linked To Dementia, AutismLower levels of vitamin B12 may be linked to neurological diseases like dementia, autism and schizophrenia, according to recently published study.
AAP: School-Based Drug Testing Lacks "Solid Evidence For Their Effectiveness"The American Academy of Pediatrics said Monday that, although school drug testing has hypothetical benefits, it opposes the widespread implementation of schools drug testing students.
Study: Hand Washing Dishes May Reduce Risk Of Allergy DevelopmentDinner is finished and the plates are loaded into the sink—whether you proceed to hand wash or place them in the dishwasher could make a difference in whether or not children develop allergies.
Study: Action-Packed TV Might Make You Snack MoreCould action-packed TV fare make you fat? That's the implication of a new study that found people snacked more watching fast-paced television than viewing a more leisurely paced talk show.