Dementia Tied To Hormone-Blocking Prostate Cancer TreatmentAlzheimer's disease may be a risk for older prostate cancer patients given hormone-blocking treatment.
Study: For Smokers Trying To Quit, Pleasant Scents May Help Curb CravingsSmokers who are trying to quit may find success by smelling a pleasant aroma when a cigarette craving emerges, a new study finds.
Study: Pittsburgh Is The Eighth Most Gentrifying US CityPittsburgh is the eighth most gentrifying city in the United States, according to a new study.
Study Will Pay People To Eat Avocados Every Single Day For 6 MonthsIf you're the kind of person who'll willingly pay extra for guac and thinks avocado toast is life, four universities are looking for you.
Study: Bacon Linked To Causing CancerA popular breakfast food, delicious as it may be, has been linked to causing various types of cancer.
Study: Pa. Ranks Low On List Of Best States To Grow OldIf you're getting older, you may be happier if you leave Pennsylvania.
Study: Drivers Less Likely To Brake For African-American PedestriansA new study says drivers are less likely to brake for African-American pedestrians trying to cross the street.
Study Shows Fitbit Trackers 'Highly Inaccurate'They’re one of the most popular fitness trackers around, but a new study says Fitbit might not be as accurate as you think.
Study: Healthiest Weight Might Just Be ‘Overweight’According to a new study, packing on a few pounds may actually help you live longer.
Study: Carbs Could Be As Bad For You As Smoking CigarettesYou’ve heard that carbs can increase your waistline, but according to a new study they could be as bad for you as smoking cigarettes.
Study: Sea Sponges Likely The First Animal On EarthSea sponges were most likely the first animals on earth according to a new study.