Daytime Naps May Be Linked To A Healthy Heart, Researchers SaySome good news for nap fanatics -- a new study has found that a daytime nap taken once or twice a week could lower the risk of heart attacks or strokes.
Study: Local Transits Should Offer Services For Late-Shift WorkersThe results of a recent study are encouraging transit services to accommodate travelers with later evening shifts.
WalletHub: Pittsburgh Makes List Of Best & Worst Cities To Drive InWalletHub compared the 100 largest cities across the country and Pittsburgh ranked number 61 on the list.
The U.S. Is Throwing Away At Least 3,500 Donated Kidneys Every Year, Study FindsThere are currently 93,000 people in the United States on a waiting list for a donated kidney, yet at least 3,500 donated kidneys are discarded every year, according to a study published Monday in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
Study: 'Crazy Cat Ladies' Are Not A ThingIt's the news cat owners have been waiting for: Owning lots of cats does not, in fact, mean you're mad, sad or anxious.
Study: Pennsylvania Named 17th Friendliest State In AmericaYou've got a friend in Pennsylvania, according to a travel study.
Study: Hurricanes Lead To More Aggressive SpidersIn regions of the United States and Mexico that are prone to hurricanes, aggressive spiders are evolving to survive and ride out the storm.
Vaping Linked To Marijuana Use In Young People, Research SaysYoung people who vape are more likely to use marijuana, according to a study published Monday.
New Study Ranks Sandcastle One Of The Most Affordable Water Parks In The U.S.Summer isn't over yet! There's still time to hit the pool and have some fun in the sun at an affordable price.
Eat The Seeds: The Germs Found Inside Apples May Be Good For YouApples overflow with bacteria -- about 100 million bacteria, many of which are healthy. Apple aficionados who swallow the core not only get extra fiber, flavonoids, and flavor, they also ingest about 10 times more bacteria than people who discard the rough bits at the center, new research finds.
Dementia Tied To Hormone-Blocking Prostate Cancer TreatmentAlzheimer's disease may be a risk for older prostate cancer patients given hormone-blocking treatment.