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Researchers from London-based VoucherCodesPro polled 2,749 adults about their viewing habits. Almost three quarters said a show had been spoilt on social media.
Need a hug? You’ll definitely find plenty of warm and loving folks in these 10 most caring places.
Michigan researchers say verbal mistreatment and demeaning emails are 'toxic' and can spread through the workplace.
Researchers at Columbia and North Carolina universities compared 16-year-olds who got less than six hours of sleep a night with those who got eight.
A woman started an act of kindness chain that lasted for hours at a Starbucks drive-thru in Florida.
Spoiler alert: Fewer than 25 of people are going to give you a two-day grace period.
A team of Canadian scientists, led by a woman, have revealed the science behind the cliché by identifying the area of the brain involved in multi-tasking - and ways to train it.
As the average price of what once was a simple ceremony soars to £24,000, shameless brides are using greedy tactics to make guests shell out for the privilege of coming to their nuptials.
Spontaneously moving hands to illustrate a point, whether spoken or using sign language, speeds up learning, say University of Chicago researchers.
Researchers from the University of Padova, Italy, say that women can suffer 'stress, higher depression or inability to sleep' once their husbands retire.
Oxford University researchers have discovered people who are overweight in their 30s are at the highest risk of developing dementia.
Way down at the very bottom of the official U.S. Popular Names List are those baby names given to only five children each year. (The...
It's more than a region, it's a state of mind.
More teens are having babies in the South and Southwest while the fewest are in the Northeast, according to new state-by-state breakdowns of federal data out Wednesday.
Researchers are questioning the assumptions behind morning meals.
Workers should stand at their desks for at least an hour a day to prevent obesity and heart disease, according to a top public health expert.
U.S. workers are legally entitled to no paid vacation, although many get 10 days of national holidays.
Feel guilty about going wee in the sea? Don't! As a fun new video from the American Chemical Society explains, "It's absolutely OK to go in the ocean." The video, just released on the society's "Reactions" YouTube channel, poin...
The sad sack makes a happy return.
The study, which looks at the impact of digital disruption to both society and human psychology, shows that young people don’t behave or think in the same way as they did ten years ago.
Tablets with a screen of 7 inches (17.8cm) or larger are increasingly shipping with phone capabilities to Asia, according to a report by Massachusetts-based IDC Worldwide.
California-based Google is apparently planning to let youngsters sign up for accounts for its various services (stock image shown), giving kids their own YouTube and Gmail accounts.
Gaming fan Teo Poulter eight, was prescribed glasses for short-short-sightedness aged just three, and he's not alone, as opticians report an increase in poor-sighted youngsters
Norwegian researchers say the act of turning the page and feeling how much of the book is left causes the reader to absorb more information.
Forty percent of all Americans don’t take all of their vacation, leaving 430 million days of unused paid vacation a year, according to the U.S. Travel Association.
EATON RAPIDS, Mich. — It was a offer that was just quirky enough to work in St. Peter Catholic Church's favor. Offered for free was exotic fertilizer, left behind at the church property after a circus.