'Magic Mushroom' Trip May Provide Cancer Patients Medical, Psychological BoostTwo new studies suggest psychedelic mushrooms may be key to helping ease anxiety and depression for cancer patients.
When It Comes To Lying, Small Fibs Can Lead To Big WhoppersA group of scientists have found the human brain actually adapts to lying, and "small acts of dishonesty can escalate into larger transgressions."
Birth Control Shots For Men Prevent Pregnancy, But Cause Mood Swings, DepressionBirth control shots for men are an effective form of contraception but the side effects are a problem.
New Industry Study Shows Soda Tax May Not Raise Price Of SodaA new, industry-funded study on Berkeley’s soda tax says it may be having unintended consequences.
Parents Spending More Time With Kids Than Their Own Parents Spent With ThemParents today spend much more time with their kids than their own parents did, according to new sociological research from the University of California.
10 Million More Americans Using Marijuana, Researchers SayA newly-released study estimates the number of marijuana users in the United States grew by 10 million people over a 12 year span.
First-Ever National Study Finds Queer Youth At High Risk Of Sexual ViolenceFirst-ever report by the CDC to include students' sexual identity when looking at youth violence, found queer students at high risk of rape.
Study Says San Francisco Is Pot Smoking Capital Of U.S.A recent study revealed that San Francisco residents smoke more pot than anyone else in the country.
Obesity Three Times More Deadly For Men Than Women, Study FindsPutting on the pounds could cut short your life, according to research, and the news is especially bad if you’re a man.
Couples Who Share Drinking Habits Are Happier, Study FindsHave a drink with your sweetheart! A new study says couples who drink together stay together, reports CBS Boston...
Always Snapping Pics? Perpetual Picture Takers Actually More Engaged In Experiences, Study FindsTaking photos of an experience can make you enjoy it even more.
Stanford University Study Finds Fracking Harmed Wyoming Drinking WaterStanford University researchers released a new study stating that practices common in the hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, industry have impacted a Wyoming community's drinking water and may be impacting other drinking water sources.

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