You Might Be Reading This While Driving -- And That's Not Good; Distracted Drivers Are Increasing ProblemA CHP study this year found at least 12.8 percent of California drivers use their cellphones while driving.
It's OK To Let Your Infant Cry-It-Out, Sleep Study SuggestsA new study suggests that it's okay to let babies cry themselves to sleep.
Study Links Recreational Marijuana Use To Alarming Increase In Fatal Crashes In States That Have Legalized PotA new study links recreational marijuana use to an alarming increase in fatal traffic crashes in states that have legalized pot.
Got Friends? New Research Shows They Could Be Powerful PainkillersDo you have a large circle of friends? If so, new research out of England shows they could be powerful painkillers.
Study: LA-Long Beach Area Has The Worst Ozone Pollution In The NationThe Los Angeles-Long Beach area ranked worst in terms of ozone pollution, ninth-worst for short-term particle pollution, and fourth-worst for annual particle pollution.
Study Finds Long-Term, Persistent Pot Smokers Ended Up In Lower-Paying JobsIf smoking pot is a part of your life, some say you should get ready to earn less.
Study: Travelers Rank LAX As One Of The Worst Airports WorldwideTravelers who participated in the study ranked LAX as 91 out of 100 airports worldwide.
Women Fight Infections Better? Study Finds 'Man Flu' Really May Exist, Thanks To EstrogenA new study suggests estrogen helps women fight infection better.
It Really Does Cost More To Be Female, Report ShowsA new report shows it really does cost more to be female.
New Study Says Most People In LA Are Having A Tough Time Paying Their Rentin the LA/OC metro area, almost 60 percent of renters are "burdened," which means more than 30 percent of their income goes to rent.
Study Finds Drivers Can't Rely Solely On Back-Up Cameras When ReversingA new study says back-up cameras in your car are simply not enough.
Study: Hands-Free Technology Can Mentally Distract DriversA new study released by the American Automobile Association (AAA) Thursday shows hands-free technology can mentally distract drivers even when they are focused on the road.