Sports Helps Prison Inmates Transition Back Into Society
Sports can reduce the re-conviction rate among criminal offenders, according to a new study from the University of Southhampton.
Word Choice Affects Consumer Decision Making
Are you more likely to order pizza from a place that guarantees a delivery time of a half hour, or from a place that offers delivery in 29 minutes? According to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research, most consumers would trust the 29 minute guarantee if it comes from a trustworthy source.
Signs She May Be Cheating
When it comes to male infidelity the stories and resources of information are plenty. Since men are stereotyped as emotionally irresponsible and unable to control their physical urges, there are countless books, studies, and discussions on why men cheat on their wives or girlfriends.
But where are al…
But where are al…
Sleeping Makes Your Bad Memories Even Worse
Many consider sleep to be among the best cures to relieve stress, but researchers from the University of Massachusetts Amherst (UMass), say that sleeping should be the last thing you should do after experiencing psychological trauma.
Study: Changing the Color of Your Plate Can Help You Eat Less
Selecting the right size and color of the plates you eat on could help you eat less, according to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research.
Study: Increase Dietary Fiber to Decrease Disease
Scientists in India suggest for improved health people should eat more dietary fibers.
Receptors for Fatty Foods Found on the Tongue
Ever wonder why you can’t resist french fries or cake icing? It’s not because you lack willpower — your taste buds are to blame.
Dispelling the ‘Low-Fat is Healthy’ Myth with Muffins
Low fat diets are no better for health than moderate or high-fat diets — and may even be worse for some, according to a new report from researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH).
Dementia Patients Have Highest Hospitalization Rates, Most Preventable Conditions
A new study shows people with dementia have a higher rate of hospital admissions, but are also more able to prevent hospitalization through proactive care.
Study Finds Link Between Obesity, Cancer Screening
The rate of cancer screening for certain types of cancer increases with body weight, according to a new study published in the Journal of Obesity.