Second-Born Kids More Likely To Become Criminals, Study FindsThe "curse of the second-born" child might actually be true, a new study shows.
Overlooked Health Issue Affecting 21 Million Women Is Focus Of WSU StudyDoctors say 84 person of women with this infection reported no symptoms.
Could Cosmetic Surgery Make You More Likable? New Study Says Yes"What we found was that, generally speaking, the likability, sociability, femininity and attractiveness did seem improved..."
MSU Study: Better Accounting Needed For Freshwater FishWorldwide, only 156 of the 230-plus countries and territories reported their inland capture fisheries production to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 2010, the study found.
Report: Facebook Tweaked Users News Feeds Based On EmotionsMore than half a million Facebook users reportedly had their Facebook feeds studied to see if positive or negative comments affected their emotions.
Coffee Intake Linked With Lower Risk Of Liver CancerThere's yet another reason to love your morning cup o' joe.
Study: Diabetes Might Actually Shrink Your BrainNew research finds more reasons to keep your blood sugar and blood pressure in check, especially in middle age.
Study Finds A Little Dark Chocolate Is Good For The HeartIt's more good news for chocolate lovers.
Study: Getting Married May Be Good For Your HeartMarried women are less likely to die from heart disease than single women, according to a new British study.
New Study Claims Marijuana Can KillGerman researchers say they've identified two people who died just from smoking pot.
Study Shows Metro Airport Pumps Billions Into Michigan's EconomyAround 32.2 million passengers and 449 million pounds of cargo traveled through the airport last year.
Drug Appears To Work For Weight-Loss In U-M StudyU of M researchers discovered that mice given the drug, Amlexanox, lost weight without diet or exercise.