Second-Born Kids More Likely To Become Criminals, Study FindsThe "curse of the second-born" child might actually be true, a new study shows.
Sense Of Smell Plays A Role In Weight Gain, Study FindsThe sense of smell plays an integral role in the enjoyment of food, but is it possible that a person will gain more weight if they have a better sense of smell?
Heartburn Drugs Linked To Increased Risk Of Early Death, Study FindsPrescription-strength heartburn drugs are linked with a possible 25 percent increased risk of early death, according to a new study published in the British Medical Journal Open.
Study: Violent Stereotypes Attached To Black Youth As Young As FiveIn the study, published in Psychological Science, researchers were interested to see whether stereotypes associating Black men with violence also extended to younger Black children
'Happiness Advantage' Over Age 30 Is VanishingAre you happy? Very happy? If you're in your 30s or older, a new study has found that you're less likely to answer "yes" than your parents were.
Survey: Most Office Battles Center Around Cleanliness, Temperature SettingsA new survey finds that most battles between co-workers in the office stem from cleanliness and temperature settings.
Seattle Attempt To Keep Addicts Out Of Jail Shines In StudyGailen Lopton was in a downtown alley two weeks ago, having a buddy jab him in the neck with a heroin-filled syringe, when he suddenly found himself in the company of Seattle's finest.
UW Study: Teens, Adults Not Clear On Washington Pot LawA new study shows that more than two years after Washington legalized marijuana, many people are still not clear on the specifics of the new law.
Study: Lack Of Success For College Performance IncentivesA business-inspired approach for rewarding community colleges for student outcomes has not led many more students to stay in school and earn associates degrees in Washington state, a new study has found.
New Study: Humans Blamed For More Than Two-Thirds Of Melting GlaciersBut since 1991, about 69 percent of the rapidly increasing melt was man-made, said Ben Marzeion, a climate scientist at the University of Innsbruck in Austria
Study: Depression Found In PreschoolersA new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.
Study: Babies Show Racial BiasAccording to a study, babies tend to play with others that look more like them.

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