A new poll finds that 49 percent said the U.S. "should pay less attention to problems overseas," while 44 percent said it was "best for the future of our country to be active in world affairs."
Scientists arrived at their conclusion after watching parents read with their children in a laboratory.
Ditching the 9 to 5 work day could make night owls healthier and more productive.
Researchers did not find a link between using the drug and developing anxiety, however.
The study "highlights the magnitude of plastic pollution," a professor of conservation told Newsweek.
Female journalists and politicians were sent abusive or hostile tweets every 30 seconds on average, according to a study by Amnesty International.
Study participants were taught to identify their triggers for overeating instead of using self-criticism as their source of motivation.
High schools that start at later times in the day allow students to get more sleep without moving their bedtime and are correlated with improved grades and better attendance.
The study found only one retailer had no trace of the chemical in its packaging.
The eruption started in April and continued through August, as magma drained and the caldera collapsed.
The average person puts on 1 to 2lbs every year, and struggles to lose it.
It is unclear whether the inhabitants of Earth would be able to adapt to and survive this new climate.
The RAND Corporation said "South Korea must avoid using a major war to obtain unification," even in the event of North Korea's collapse.
"How many bowls of cereal and oatmeal have American kids eaten that came with a dose of weed killer?"
As people mature, their type might change.
"He said 'You're not going to tell me how to run my own company.' I said 'I'm not trying to tell you how to run your own company, but you're not going to tell me what God to pray to.'"
Seven or more alcoholic beverages per week can increase a man's risk of having a high-grade tumor.
An essential mineral for life, low levels of sodium can actually lead to more heart attacks and deaths, according to new research.
In comparison, sleeping fewer than seven hours per night did not increase the risk of mortality or heart disease.