Now this is crazy.  According to the Today Show, A study on rats may confirm what many people already know: Oreos are addictive. To find this, researchers at Connecticut College put hungry rats in a maze that had rice cakes at one end and Oreos on the other, the rats then were allowed to go […]


I always thought dogs had feelings.  Turns out I was right.  According to Daily Mail, New research from Emory University finds that dogs have emotions just like people do. To find this, researchers trained a dog to sit completely still in an MRI brain scanning machine so that researchers could learn about the dog’s emotions. […]


Some think the amount of inequality in pay is very small or a thing of the past, but the Labor Department has released statistics that are alarming. Click here to READ MORE.

A new French study reveals that women might benefit more from not wearing bras. To find this, researchers measured the changes in the orientation of the breasts of 30 women over 15-years. Researchers say that their results indicate that wearing a bra causes the breasts to sag. One researcher said, “Medically, physiologically, anatomically- breasts gain […]

  New research from the National Sleep foundation finds that just ten-minutes of exercise per day would make a difference in the duration and quality of a person’s sleep. For the study one-thousand people were surveyed via telephone and more than 75-percent of those who identified themselves as exercisers said they slept well, compared with just […]

A new study has found that African Americans use Twitter and Instagram and purchase smart phones more than any other demographic. According to USA Today, the study — which was done by the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, conducted phone interviews with 1,800 respondents. Among black Internet users, 26% use Twitter — in […]

New research shows couples who are too similar to each other are less likely to have lasting relationships than those with some differences between them. Psychologists studied about 730 men and women for three years for the study, which was published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. The couples were questioned on levels of […]

A new study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior finds that women wearing heels are considered more attractive than women wearing flats by both men and women. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth say heels change how the body moves- including the pelvis, hips, legs, knees, feet and shoulders- in a way that […]

Researchers from Baylor University and Seton Hall University have found that cell phone addiction, as well as instant messaging, is driven by impulsivity and materialism. For the study, researchers analyzed questionnaire results from nearly 200 college students. The questionnaire was meant to assess the students’ levels of impulsivity and materialism, as well as possible addiction […]

According to Forbes Magazine, the city of Houston is a great place to find a job. In fact Forbes Magazine ranked cities across the country…

Houston was the focus on positive news Tuesday: 78 percent of people believe the city is a good or excellent place to live. This data…


via: Patients who have been diagnosed with HER2-positive breast cancer may be eligible for a clinical study led by Baylor College of Medicine. The multi-institutional research will evaluate a new method of treatment that combines HER2-targeted therapies and excludes chemotherapy. The study is a follow-up to a recent clinical trial that showed HER2-positive breast […]