Economists reported in their paper that smokers earned 20 percent less than nonsmokers.
A recent survey found that smokers were willing to skip giving presents and toys to children in order to continue buying cigarettes.
A new study found that patients who are more involved with medical decisions ended up spending more time at hospitals and paid more medical fees.
A new survey found that 40 percent of females are now the breadwinners of the household.
A study reports that upper body strength in men could indicate one's political stance one economic redistribution.
A Berlin Hospital announced that it will begin investigations on whether or not hospitals in East Germany tested on human lab rats without their knowledge.
Over 100 doctors worldwide signed a letter calling for pharmaceutical companies to lower the high costs of cancer drugs.
Researchers report that teenagers in England might start drinking alcohol at earlier ages due to the lack of other activities.
According to a survey done in the UK, men are generally more happy than women when it came to physical appearances and job statuses.
Researchers found that people lose more weight when they are placed in a group setting with competition and cash incentives.
Saying "I do" later in life is financially beneficial for women, but not for men, according to a new report.
New study shows that people in higher power positions tended to view others as less humane.
Money talks – at least when dieters need to lose weight.
Diabetes costed the U.S. $245 billion in 2012, a 41 percent increase from 2007.
Researchers suggest that having a small number of children increased the economic success and social position of descendants up to four generations...