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There are behavior differences between haves and have-nots, research shows. Even imaginary wealth (or poverty) in a board game can temporarily influence attitudes and behavior.
The federal government says search engines need to be clearer about identifying advertising and paid results.
These items have the highest calorie counts on fast-food menus — and they might surprise you.
New research shows a link between late risers, the classes they pick in college, and the career they end up with. It’s true for morning people, too.
Experts couldn’t recognize a wine that was served to them 3 times from the same bottle, giving it different scores each time.
Nitroglycerin combined with an Alzheimer’s drug has been shown to reverse brain damage caused by the disease in mice. It’s still a long way from being tested on people.