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‘Death by Pokémon GO’: Researchers Discover Pokémon Go Caused Millions in...

For a brief point in time, Pokémon Go was one of the most popular apps in the country. Despite bringing millions in revenue for...

Study: Laptops Are Not Great for Taking Lecture Notes

There is increasing evidence suggesting that using laptops during lectures actually decreases learning, which can result in lower grades. According to The New York Times,...

Brains May Continue to Function Even After Death, Study Finds

Here’s some scary news just in time for Halloween. Studies suggest that our brains still function after we die. That means, when we die,...

Researchers Discover a Caterpillar that Can Eat Plastic

Cambridge University researchers have discovered that a caterpillar can eat plastic. Scientists conducted experiments and found a caterpillar that traditionally eats wax found in...

Study: Vermont is the Most Distracted Driving State in the Country

A new study from Zendrive, which is being called the largest distracted driving study ever conducted so far, found that 88% of-of all trips...

Trans Fat Ban Lead to Fewer Heart Attacks, Study Finds

According to a new study, the trans-fat ban is linked to fewer heart attacks and strokes. After New York banned trans fat in restaurants, the...

Study: 83% of Americans Find Trump’s Relationship with the Media as...

There is no denying trumps relationship with the media. Most importantly, his relationship with social media such as Twitter. In fact, nearly every day...

Patients of Female Physicians Live Longer, Study Finds

A new study may show that men and women practice medicine differently. In fact, researchers argue hospital patients are less likely to die if...

CDC: New York Drug Overdose Deaths Increase by 135.7%

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) researchers are reporting a drastic increase in the number of illicit drug overdoses death. In the "Morbidity...

Viruses Are Deadlier for Men Than Women, Study Finds

New study suggests viruses are deadlier to men than women. Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species has changed the world of science since its first publication in 1859....