A study shows cats might be less opportunistic than their reputation suggests.
Social media can have depression-inducing effects on teens, they're not the only culprits.
Children using self-defeating humor at the beginning of the school year were more likely to experience an increase in loneliness and symptoms of depression.
People living within 50 meters of high-traffic roads have a 7 percent higher chance of developing dementia.
Play Justin Bieber in the bedroom? Prepare to "Love Yourself."
Droughts make conflicts more likely but their impact is limited.
"Super owners" possess an average of 17 guns each.
The delegation is trapped inside an Arctic island base, surrounded by bears.
They challenge findings by study-abroad industry insiders that claim American students are safer abroad than on their home campuses.
Baby-simulating dolls are not helpful in dissuading teenagers from getting pregnant, a new study finds.
Whether it's laziness or just a cost-benefit analysis, it's a useful finding.
A report found 59 percent of internet users described themselves as "hooked."
The suicide rate for men in the farming, fishing and forestry industries in certain states is higher than that of veterans, two unrelated reports indicate.