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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.

Most Complete Study to Date Says Marijuana Can Treat Addiction, Mental Health

Though research has supported the medicinal use of marijuana in the past, this University of British Colombia study confirmed what we've always known.

Mislabeled Seafood May be More Sustainable, Study Says

It's estimated that up to 30% of seafood is actually something other than what is listed on the menu or label – but that might be better for the earth.

Antibody Protects Developing Fetus from Zika Virus, Study Shows

The most devastating consequence of Zika virus infection is the development of microcephaly, or an abnormally small head, in babies who were infected in...

Carefully Worded Appeals Make People 300% More Generous, Says Study

Researchers found that tweaking the wording of fundraising appeals improved contribution rates by incredible margins – nonprofits, take note.

Social Media Photos Are Actually Helping Researchers Study the Landscape

Thanks to the tags, comments, and location services attached to social media photos, scientists are actually able survey natural landscapes.

Breakthrough Study: Knowingly Taking Placebo Pills Eases Pain

According to this groundbreaking research, patients who knowingly took placebo pills for back pain showed more positive results than those who didn't.

Study Shows Low-emission Cars Less Expensive than Polluters

As electric and hybrid cars steadily become more popular, MIT thought they would double check the numbers and see just how economic low-emission cars are.

Dogs Can Actually Understand What Humans Are Saying, Study Says

Puppy lovers rejoice! In a recently released study, researchers came up with concrete evidence that dogs not only understand feeling, but vocabulary too.

Study Says We May Already Have The Cure For Zika

The media has been abuzz about Zika spreading outside of South America, but this team of researchers found FDA-approved drugs that could combat the virus.

Guy Turns His Life Around, Studying Every Inch of London Streets (WATCH)

This ex-con's chosen method of therapy is driving on his scooter, enjoying the wind in his hair – and memorizing over 3,000 different roads in London.

Pasta, Please! In Moderation it Can Help Keep Weight Down Says Large Study

If you’re cutting carbs to lose weight, you may want to weigh new research on pasta. Scientists have found that pasta in moderation may...

People Are Hard-Wired To Be Kind And Generous, Says Study

It's an age-old quandary: Are we born naturally wired to help others or born selfish brutes who need civilization to rein in our basest...

‘Lost’ Memories in Alzheimer Sufferers May Be Recoverable, Says Study

In the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease, patients are often unable to remember recent experiences. However, a new study from MIT suggests that those...

Libraries Install Exercise Bikes So College Students Can Study and Work Out

Alabama's Troy University is stepping up their exercise game, big time. Work out bikes with laptop stands have been installed at the Troy and Dothan...