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You Won't Believe How Much Money It Takes For Americans To Feel Happy

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 06.20.2012 | Business

To most, success doesn't mean a six-figure salary. In fact, the majority of American workers would be content with average level earnings, accordi...

New Insight Into The Fear Of Aging

USA TODAY | Rebecca Lurye | Posted 06.19.2012 | Healthy Living

There's no cure for growing old, but your attitude about what's important and how you feel about aging can depend in part on how old you are, a new su...

What Soy Will And Won't Do For Aging Women

Posted 06.11.2012 | Fifty

Adding soy to your diet may benefit your health, as it is high in protein and fiber, but a new study has shown that consuming soy for a cognitive boos...

Being At The Top Of The Corporate Ladder May Actually Make You Healthier

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 05.23.2012 | Business

Being a CEO isn't only preferable for your wallet, it may also be desirable for your health. Those at the top of the ladder are more likely to exp...

Five Best Ways To Revise For Exams, By An Oxbridge Applications Consultant

Sarah Slater | Posted 07.18.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Sarah Slater

Students all over the world are facing the music with school exams in full swing at the moment - not to mention finals for those already at university. And with students being tested on more information across a wide range of subjects, remembering what you've been taught is vital.

SHOCK: The Cigarette Brand That Teenagers Love

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 05.18.2012 | Business

Which tobacco brand is increasing its cigarette sales among youngsters? Camel gained over 20 percent more market share among 12-17 year olds and o...

Male Underwear Models: Just People

Michael Kleinmann | Posted 07.17.2012 | Home
Michael Kleinmann

2012-05-17-underwearpull.jpg According to a new study, men and women in sexy underwear ads are processed astonishingly differently by the human brain.

Study Shows That Left-handers Are Not the Product of Witchcraft After All

Brandon G. Withrow | Posted 07.02.2012 | Science
Brandon G. Withrow

A new study at Northwestern University shows that left-handedness is the product of cooperation and competition in evolution.

Why Corporations Should Reconsider Throwing Money At Washington

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 05.02.2012 | Business

Corporations might want to reconsider throwing large sums of money at Washington. That's because these contributions correlate with poor company...

Ten Best Employers Of American Veterans: Report

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 04.25.2012 | Business

The employment picture for veterans can often seem bleak. Fortunately there are some companies that are trying to change that. Booz Allen Hamilton...

Can Bananas Save Your Life?

Anneli Rufus | Posted 06.23.2012 | Home
Anneli Rufus

A new study suggests that eating three bananas a day could cut your risk of having a stroke by 21 percent.

Are Businesses Prepared For Boomers To Retire?

Posted 04.13.2012 | Fifty

As baby boomers reach retirement age and leave the workforce, their exit may cause problems for unprepared businesses, according to a recent study con...

10 Industries Where People Are Getting Fired

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 04.13.2012 | Business

Many Americans working at call centers were down on their luck last month. Telecommunications firms experienced the most planned job cuts in March...

Drinking Could Make You Smarter

The Huffington Post | Posted 04.12.2012 | Home

Can drinking beer make you smarter? Perhaps, according to a researcher at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Cognitive psychologist Jennifer Wi...

Child's Cancer Doesn't Raise Divorce Risk, But Why Should It?

Natasha Burton | Posted 06.11.2012 | Divorce
Natasha Burton

If there was ever a time to stay together for the kids, so to speak, isn't it when one of them is battling a life-threatening illness?

Money Study Compares Compassion Of Rich, Poor

| Daisy Grewal | Posted 04.11.2012 | Science

Who is more likely to lie, cheat, and steal—the poor person or the rich one? It’s tempting to think that the wealthier you are, the more likely y...

Could THIS Be The Reason For The Cheating Epidemic?

The Huffington Post | Tyler Kingkade | Posted 04.09.2012 | College

A new study published in the journal of Psychological Science suggests income inequality could be one root of cheating in college. According to Cle...

Contrary To Prediction, Post 50s Are Actually Retiring: Study

Posted 05.23.2012 | Fifty

Although many experts have been predicted that midlifers would opt to remain in the workforce long after retirement age, a rising number of them are c...

Why Poaching Star Employees Might Not Be The Best Idea

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 04.03.2012 | Business

Companies in search of high-performing workers shouldn't look much further than their own offices, according to new research. Workers hired from o...

Survey Reveals Sea Change In Conservatives' View Of Science

Posted 03.30.2012 | Science

By: Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer Published: 03/29/2012 07:40 AM EDT on LiveScience Politically conservative Americans have lost tr...

In One Country, Rich Tricking Poor Into Giving Up Organs

The Huffington Post | Khadeeja Safdar | Posted 03.26.2012 | Business

Some people just aren’t content waiting in line with everybody else. Wealthy people are bypassing donor lists by duping poor people in Banglades...

Americans Hold High Opinion Of Colleges

Posted 03.02.2012 | College

Americans across party lines have a pretty high opinion of colleges. In a new Pew Research Center poll, only small businesses and technology compan...

Eating Disorders Caused By Nutrition/Fitness Education In Schools? I'm Not Buying It

Bettina Elias Siegel | Posted 04.09.2012 | Education
Bettina Elias Siegel

Schools are where our children spend the bulk of their waking hours. Accordingly, what happens at school undoubtedly shapes a child's lifelong health habits, for good or for ill.

Casino Industry Accounts For Significant Slice Of U.S. Economy: Study

The Huffington Post | Ron Dicker | Posted 02.08.2012 | Business

As the U.S. economy sagged, gambling was there to try and prop it up. At least that's the finding of the American Gaming Association. The trade ass...

Towards a Better Understanding of Climate Effects on Species

Astrid Caldas | Posted 04.02.2012 | Green
Astrid Caldas

No species exists on its own; rather, an unknown number of interactions such as competition for food and habitat and spatial displacement are constantly happening, and in turn affecting the status of said species.