Clicking those friendly blue “like” buttons strewn across the Web may be doing more than marking you as a fan of Coca-Cola or Lady Gaga.
A new federally commissioned study says the problems with the Port of Anchorage replacement go as far back as the project’s design.
A study investigating the quality of the results offered by various search engines found that Bing leads users to the largest number of contaminated websites.
Researchers have recently learned that mothers of male children could have male DNA left in their brains after birth.
A recent study conducted at the University of Groningen has found that women experiencing sexual arousal are less likely to experience feelings of disgust.
As voters in Washington consider whether to legalize and tax marijuana for recreational use, a new study has estimated what pot prohibition cost statewide last decade: more than $200 million.
A new study claims that obesity could not only increase a driver’s risk of being in a car accident, but also result in more severe injuries.
Believing if you are on a “highway to hell” could impact whether or not if you commit a crime.
Is “gaydar” real? One University of Washington study believes so.
The venture capitalist who wants to build a sports arena to bring professional basketball back to Seattle will pay for a study to determine the impacts on traffic and parking following objections by his potential neighbor – the Seattle Mariners.