Study: Teens' Growing Worry About Discrimination Associated With Increased Smoking, Drug Use, DepressionA new study finds the growing incidence of displays of discrimination can be associated with negative outcomes in teens, including increased drug use, depression and behavioral disorders, among others.
You're Probably Washing Your Hands All Wrong, Gov't Study SaysResearch shows that 97% of the time, we're washing our hands incorrectly which can lead to contamination of food and surfaces, and result in foodborne illness.
Study: Even One Drink A Day Could be Shortening Your Life ExpectancyA new study explored drinking levels across 19 countries and found that consuming one drink daily could shorten your life expectancy.
World Autism Day: Could New Drug Make A Difference For Kids With Spectrum Disorder?Researchers are studying whether a first-of-its-kind drug can help with symptoms of autism.
Study: Bacon Linked To Causing CancerDelicious as bacon may be, the popular breakfast food has been linked to causing various types of cancer.
Research Shows That Money Can In Fact Buy HappinessNew research shows money can buy happiness, for a certain amount.
Safety Report On Hollywood Sign Recommends Second Hollywood SignA Los Angeles City Council committee moved Wednesday to have the city study ways to improve safety, traffic and tourist access to the iconic Hollywood Sign, including a recommendation of replicating it on the other side of the mountain.
Study: Southern Californians Prefer Private Cars Over Public TransitA new study finds that public transit use in Southern California has declined significantly over the past ten years as car ownership has increased.
1 In 3 People Can't Get Through A Meal Without Their Phone, Study SaysA study conducted by Nutrisystem looked into the eating habits of 2,000 Americans and found that nearly 30 percent keep their phone within reach during every meal.
Patient's Stifled Sneeze Leads To Ruptured Throat, Say DoctorsDoctors in England say stifling a big sneeze can be hazardous for your health in rare cases.
Study: Many 'Accidental' Opioid Deaths Actually SuicidesThe study also claims the overwhelming opioid epidemic across the nation has made surveillance and prevention of suicides more difficult.