A survey of what fans expect to see from the upcoming World Cup reveals a staggering level of homersim here in the United States.
Men who are found to be infertile also carry an increased risk of dying sooner than men with no problems reproducing, a Stanford University School of Medicine study has found.
Stanford researchers report they are a step closer to helping men overcome the most common factor of male infertility, at the same time potentially eliminating the need for a live male to reproduce.
Research has shown the best defense against infectious disease is to just wash your hands. Simple enough, right? Stanford researchers have found the word isn’t spreading enough in the developing world.
A UK study shows wedding stress to be the biggest factor in the demise of friendships.
The survey of 1,001 adults found that 40 percent would not even start their exercise routine without being connected to their music. Some 66 percent said they would be less likely to complete their routine.
Children who repeatedly play violent video games learn thought patterns that will stick with them and influence behaviors as they grow older…
A study released in the journal Health Economics casts doubt on claims that soda taxes are an effective way to combat obesity.
On average, the number of innings pitched fell among the study group from 59 to 50 per season, while ERA’s swelled from 4.15 to 4.74 and WHIP ticked up from 1.40 before the operation to 1.48 after.
Is Friday really the happiest day of the week? Not according to your tweets. Twitter tracked comments from users and charted the frequency of different phrases to try and determine when we heel certain emotions.