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People don't have to put in long sessions at the gym to reap the health benefits of being active, according to a new study.
A study from the Harvard Business School says when it comes to book reviews, readers trust each other as much as they trust the so-called experts.
Parking can be a challenge for both men and women, but a new study of thousands of drivers finds that women tend to be better at parking than men.
Some kinds of gossip may actually be good for you.
Whether you choose to talk on an iPhone or an Android says something about your personality, a new survey shows.
An unprecedented new HIV study may change how soon the virus can be detected in a person's system -- which scientists hope could lead to developing an effective vaccination.
D.C. commuters are familiar with the stress that accompanies a long drive, but a new study shows that extreme commuting can cause more than just stress.
If you're trying to live healthier in 2012, there's something you should stop doing: skipping breakfast.
The common saying, "I woke up on the wrong side of the bed," begs a question British researchers sought to answer recently -- and did.
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