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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.

8-Year Study Shows That Simple Treatment Can Reverse Type 1 Diabetes to Almost Undetectable Levels!

This groundbreaking new study shows that a 100-year-old tuberculosis treatment can be used to reverse the effects of type 1 diabetes.

Study to Test Cannabis in Head-to-Head Trial with Fentanyl to Find Alternative for Severe Pain

As a means of addressing the opioid crisis, this clinical trial will be the first to compare cannabinoids to fentanyl for breakthrough pain relief.

Go Ahead and Sleep In This Weekend: New Study Says It’ll Make You Live Longer

If you've been suffering from sleep deprivation during your work week, go ahead and unplug your alarm clock for Saturday morning – it will probably help you live longer.

Magnetic Brain Treatment Erases Suicidal Thoughts in Dramatic Portion of Depressed Patients, Study

All of the study participants were diagnosed with hard-to-treat depression, but this non-invasive treatment was shown to erase suicidal thoughts in an impressive amount of the patients.

No Rise in Autism in Past Three Years, Says Large U.S. Study

After twenty years of steady increases in the number of children being diagnosed on the autism spectrum, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reported...

Drinking Coffee Might Make You Live 64% Longer Than Those Who Don’t, Study Says

If you are someone who starts out their day with a fresh cup of coffee – or two, or three, or four cups, for...

Wind and Solar Power Has Likely Saved Up to 12,700 American Lives, Study Says

This new study asserts that not only is renewable energy good for the health of the earth – it is also good for human...

Touch Can Actually Relieve Pain For Romantic Partners, Study Says

Fathers-to-be, take note: You may be more useful in the labor and delivery room than you realize. That's one takeaway from a study released last...

Bullying Rates Have Fallen By Half in the Last Decade: Study

Reports of bullying amongst American students have been on a continuous downturn for the last ten years – and now, they have reached a...

Instagram Actually Helps Users Eat Healthily, Study Says

Instagram users post millions of food photos – whether to show off a sophisticated palate, make friends drool over chicken and waffles, or artfully...

Facebook Provides Valuable Safety Net for the Bereaved, Study Finds

Neuroscientists have long noted that if certain brain cells are destroyed by, say, a stroke, new circuits may be laid in another location to...

New Study Shows that American Youth Violence is on the Decline

Millennials may be given a lot of grief for taking selfies all of the time, but this new study shows that youth violence is...

Pokemon Go Players Are Happier and Friendlier, Study Says

This new study shows that Pokémon Go doesn't just make players willing to go outside – it also makes them as peppy as a Pikachu. Media...

Do Cats Prefer People or Food? Surprising Study Will Have You Purring

Even though cat lovers will vouch for their feline friends until the day they die, cats often receive a bad rap for being perceived as less...

New Study Finds Reading Can Help With Chronic Pain

Hold onto your hats, book club fans: researchers have found that shared reading can be a useful therapy for chronic pain sufferers. The study compared...

First Ever Study Shows Chair Yoga is Effective Arthritic Treatment

This is the first controlled study that shows chair yoga to be more effective at arthritic pain relief than health education programs or pharmacology.

Decline in Rate of US Adults Affected by Dementia, New Study Reports

A recent study concluded that between 2000 and 2012, there was a 24% decrease in older American adults affected by dementia.