A customized web-based decision guide about prevention options can help women at high risk of breast cancer to make a choice about prevention and to feel comfortable with their choice.
Imposing trade restrictions on parallel imports has the effect of motivating a firm to export, according to a new study.
Even toddlers have a tendency to follow the crowd, according to a new study.
Obesity accounts for almost 21% of the US health care costs, according to a new study. It is twice as much than previously believed. A new Cornwell University study, which is first of its kind to show the causal effect of obesity on medical care costs, reports that that an obese person incurs medical costs of $2,741 higher than if they were not obese.
Obese women are advised to lose weight before they get pregnant by a new study.
Drug abuse and sexual risk behavior was found to increase parole revocation, according to a new study.
Race continues to be an important factor in determining who receives out-of-school suspension and expulsion, and that racial disparities in school discipline are most likely due more to school characteristics than to the characteristics of behaviors or students, according to a new study.
Dynamics of online bullying are different from those of traditional bullying, requiring specific interventions, according to a new study.
Exercise during breast cancer treatment might reduce patients' depression and fatigue, according to a new study.
Media multitasking, using multiple forms of media simultaneously, enhances multisensory integration, according to a new study.
Worrying may have co-evolved with intelligence, according to a recent study.
Differences in factors such as income, education and marital status could contribute overwhelmingly to the gap in life expectancy between blacks and whites in the United States, according to one of the first studies to put a number on how much of the divide can be attributed to disparities in socioeconomic characteristics.
Women spend an average of 81 minutes per day on Facebook, whereas men spend 64 minutes. Low educated groups and low income groups who spend more time on Facebook also report feeling less happy and less content with their lives.
Men are most likely to start businesses for the money, but women are for social value, according to a new study.
Intelligence wins out over socio-economic status when it comes to career advancement according to a new study.