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.
Study: People Who Believe In Heaven Happier With Their LivesA new study reveals that people who believe in Heaven are happier with their lives.
Study: 400 Percent Increase In Obesity Seen Among Those With Computers, CarsA new study has found that owning technology such as computers and cars contributes significantly to a person's obesity risk.
Study: Suicide Rates Fell In States Where Medical Marijuana Is LegalA recently conducted study indicates a relationship between decreasing suicide rates and the legalization of medical marijuana in some states.
Researchers: Payment For Kidney Donations Could Result In More Donors, Shorter Wait For PatientsThe findings of a recent study suggest that paying kidney donors $10,000 could increase the amount of willing participants in the program, resulting in a shorter wait for those in need of a new kidney.
Studies Test How Early In Life To Peek Inside DNAFully mapping someone's genes to look for health risks is full of ethical challenges.