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Study Reveals Head Trauma May Increase Likelihood of Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer’s disease has long been a medical mystery, but new research may point to at least one cause for the debilitating condition.
After a study involving 300,000 veterans aged 55 and up, scientists at the University of California-San Francisco learned that older people who’ve experienced a trauma…
Using the Internet Could Affect Your Memory
Seems Internet resources such as search engines could make you less likely to recall information.
So says a new study, anyway, which sought to discover how likely people are to remember something if they knew they could also find it on a computer.
New Study Says Men Value Cuddling More Than Women Do
Who says men don't like to cuddle? Not the Kinsey Institute.
The group that studies human sexuality recently asked 1,009 heterosexual middle-aged and older couples in long-term relationships about how satisfied they are with their relationships and sex lives. The results may surprise you.
Could Getting Paid Be Harmful to Your Health? [VIDEO]
With the end of the month fast approaching, many people are looking forward to an upcoming payday. But researchers have found getting paid may actually be hazardous to your health.
A study from Notre Dame says people are more likely to die during the week after being paid, citing a temporary but sign…
Are Violent Video Games Contributing To the Declining Crime Rate?
A new academic paper suggests that the proliferation of violent videos games over the past 20 years has contributed to the more than 50 percent decrease in violent crime over that time period.
The paper’s authors analyzed published studies on the topic of violence and video games, and were able to co…
Are Working Women More Happily Married?
For years, traditional wisdom has held that when both halves of a couple work, they spend less time together and are thus less happy in their marriages.
A new study, however, seems to disprove that theory.
Parents Would Rather Have a Boy Than a Girl: Poll
A recent Gallup poll of 1,020 adults shows that, if Americans could only have one child, they’d rather have a boy than a girl
According to the poll, published Thursday, 40 percent said they’d want to have a boy, while 28 percent said they’d rather have …

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