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People Who Recieve and Accept Facebook Friend Requests Live Longer, Study...

New research suggests people who receive and accept new friend requests are more likely to live longer than people who do not. Published in the...

New Study Aims to Discover the Connection Between Alzheimer’s Disease and...

Researchers that focus on Alzheimer’s Disease have recently taken interest in brain insulin resistance. In April 2016, researchers at the Mount Sinai Health System...

Doctors Suggest New Screen Time Limits for Kids

American Academy of Pediatrics announced this week that parents should limit the amount of TV children are watching. Researchers are concerned over the amount of...

Starbucks is the Most-Tweeted Fast-Food Restaurant in America

A new study examined 80 million tweets and found the most tweeted-about foods in the United States. The study, which was published in the Journal...

St. Jude Medical Announces New Treatment for Chronic Pain

St. Jude Medical announced a new therapy designed to effectively reduce chronic pain. The therapy is a type of spinal cord stimulation (SCS), called...

Testosterone-Lowering Prostate Cancer Treatment May Increase Dementia Risk

A new study researching the health records of prostate cancer patients finds a common prostate cancer treatment may be linked to increasing the risk...

U.S. Presidential Election is Causing Americans to Stress, Study Finds

A study by the American Psychological Association suggests that more than 50 percent of American adults are feeling stressed because of the 2016 Presidential...

Frequent Candy Crush Saga Players Are More Likely to Become Addicts,...

Researchers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong have found frequent users of the popular mobile game Candy Crush Saga are more likely to...

The iPhone Effect: Psychological Impact of Mobile Devices on Social Interactions

Researchers at Virginia Tech have found that conversations without the presence of a mobile device were rated as significantly better compared to conversations with...

Fitbit Doesn’t Improve Weight Loss, Study Finds

According to a new study by Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, fitness trackers do not actually encourage a healthier lifestyle. The study, which was...

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