Study Finds Head Shape Determines If You're More Likely To Cheat On Your PartnerResearchers from Nipissing University in Canada have found that, believe it or not, a person's head shape relates to how high their sexual drive is.
If Children Cry Around You, They Might Think You're UglyAccording to a study that was recently published, children actually link trust to how attractive they perceive someone to be.
What Would Happen If You Never Showered?Ewwww! Gross! Why would you ever stop showering?
The Instagram Filter You Use May Be Linked To DepressionThe team studied nearly 44,000 photos from 166 different people, and were also notified of each individual's mental history.
Woman Caught Shoplifting Said She Was Studying KleptomaniaA Wyoming college student faces three felony charges after police officers caught her trying to leave Wal Mart with almost $2,000 of stolen merchandise.
Report Finds Higher Levels Of Testosterone Make It Harder For Men To Realize When They Are WrongSo it turns out that your stubborn as all heck man isn't just acting that way to be a jerk, it's science!
Showering Too Often Can Increase Your Chance Of InfectionTime reports research indicates that the more you bathe, the weaker your skin becomes...
Driverless Cars Soon Coming To ArlingtonAlong with Arlington, Austin, Houston, San Antonio and El Paso, will be participating in the research, which will give researchers real-world experiences to test new "intelligent cars."
Fort Worth Stock Show Goes Pink In Support Of Susan G. KomenTomorrow, the Fort Worth Stock Show is going all pink in support of breast cancer research.
Plano Teens Win $100K Prize For Their Schizophrenia ResearchWhat an awesome story out of Plano
Research Shows That Wine, Beer Essential for ThanksgivingWhat’s the most important ingredient for a Happy Thanksgiving dinner? It’s not the turkey. According to a report by Google maps, wine and beer are the the most important parts of the meal.
Alzheimer’s: Clinical Trial Shows Symptoms of Illness Can Be ReversedIs Alzheimer’s more treatable that previously believed? The Buck Institute for Research on Aging says their study shows ‘yes.’ A 36-step program given to 10 patients, which focused on diet, sleep, exercise, medicine and vitamin intake and brain stimulation, yielded positive results in memory and cognition, researchers said.