Cancer-Causing Asbestos Could Sit Hidden In Your Body — Until Now
We never knew how to detect asbestos and how exactly it kills us. New research may have finally found some answers.
Most U.S. Gun Owners Don’t Store Their Guns Safely, New Study Says
A new national study, the first in 15 years on the topic, found that over half of gun owners weren't storing their guns safely at home.
Using A Smartphone At Dinner Makes You Have Less Fun, Study Says
The study proved what you've been worried about all along... your phone may connect you to the world, but it wont help you connect to your dinner date.
People With Anxiety Can Have Better Memories Than Those Who Don’t, Study Reveals
Recent research shows that certain levels of anxiety allow people to recall details more easily.
New Study Shows Just How Much We Rationalize And Lie To Ourselves
A newly published study shows our "psychological immune system" will rationalize changes we don't actually agree with so that we can tell ourselves we're ok with how things are.
New Study Finds Attempt To Decrease Negative Campaigns Ads Had Opposite Effect
The Stand By Your Ad provision of 2002 was intended to decrease negative campaigning. Instead, adding "I Approve This Message" increased the number of negative ads and made them more trustworthy.
These Scientists Are Trying To Stop Pandemics Before They Start
"By identifying the vast majority of high-risk viruses that have not yet emerged, we’ll be able to design new strategies to reduce the risk of future pandemics."