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Taxing Empty Apartments Could Be the Solution to Affordable Housing in Expensive Cities, New Study Says

Instead of building new apartments, cities could make housing more affordable for city dwellers by taxing the thousands of homes that go unoccupied.

New Harvard Study Says That Men Can Avoid Heart Problems By Doing a Certain Amount of Pushups

This is the first known study to report an association between push-up capacity and subsequent cardiovascular disease outcomes.

Unvaccinated Women Are Still Benefiting from the HPV Vaccine, Study Shows

A large portion of women have never received the HPV vaccine, yet a new study says they are experiencing fewer cases of infection, thanks...

US Cancer Death Rate Has Fallen by 27% in 25 Years – Study

This new report shows that millions of people have lived longer and fuller lives thanks to a steadily declining cancer death rate.

Blue Light Reduces Blood Pressure, Just as Effectively as Medication – UK Study

An exciting new study says that exposure to blue light is an effective, non-pharmaceutical treatment for high blood pressure, which simultaneously reduces the risk...

Want to Fight Air Pollution? New Study Says Planting Hedges is More Effective Than Planting Trees

If you want to protect your lungs from nearby road pollution, new research says you should be planting some hedges as the most effective...

Unique New Study Proves Pharmacists Working in Barbershops Drastically Improves Men’s Health

An innovative healthcare project proves that men are more likely to improve their health thanks to visits to their local barbershops.

Exciting New Study Shows That Zapping the Brain ‘Acutely’ Relieves Symptoms of Depression

This exciting new study showed that zapping a specific part of the brain “acutely” relieves symptoms of depression.

Free CPR Kiosks in Airports Are Effectively Teaching People to Save Lives in Just 5 Minutes, Says Study

This new program means that you could learn how to effectively save lives while you're waiting for your next layover flight.

Next Time You’re Feeling Stressed or Anxious, This Study Says You Should Play Tetris

If you're enduring a period of anxiety or uneasiness, this new study from the University of California says that Tetris is the perfect solution.

Cannabis Oil ‘Significantly’ Improves the Symptoms of Crohn’s Disease in Small, First-of-its-Kind Study

The groundbreaking study contradicts previous medical assumptions of treating Crohn's disease – and it could be hugely beneficial for sufferers.

New Study Says That By Changing the Air We Breathe, Migraine Attacks Can Be Treated Without Medicine

Since the randomized study showed such promise amongst asthma patients, researchers will soon be conducting a much larger clinical trial.

New Study Shows That Weight Loss Can Be Boosted Fivefold Thanks to Novel Mental Imagery Technique

This new research shows that visualizing weight loss may be just as beneficial as receiving professional dietary advice.

Got Kidney Stones? Ride a Roller Coaster, Says Study

This amusing 2016 study was just awarded the Ig Nobel Prize for Medicine.

Study Shows Patients Will Recover More Quickly When the Doctor Uses Different Words

This new study shows just how helpful an encouraging doctor can be for your recovery and health.

Goats Want to See You Smile, Says Adorable New Study

This new research shows that goats have a heightened sensitivity to human emotion – in other words, they love to see you smile.

When Blueberries and Grapes Are Combined, a Dramatic Decline in Memory Loss and Aging – Study

The research shows a dramatic improvement in subjects who ate blueberries and grapes together, rather than separately.

People Are No Longer Discriminating Against Tattoos in the Workplace, New Study Says

In fact, tattoos might make you more likely to land a job in certain markets.

We May Soon Have Batteries That Charge in Minutes Thanks to New Class of Materials, Study Says

Waiting for your cell phone to charge may soon be a thing of the past. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have identified a group...

New Study Says That Expressing and Receiving Appreciation is a Lot Better for Us Than We Think

This new study says that expressing gratitude is better for everyone – but our self-consciousness consistently gets in the way of us doing it.