There’s sad news in the study of happiness. Rest assured, there is a happy ending, though. University of Cincinnati research…
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When it comes to managing boundaries between work responsibilities and home life, technology is our “frenemy.” Technology, specifically mobile technology,…
Even though it could impact their admission or care in the hospital, few seizing patients receive a diagnostic electroencephalogram, or…
By solving a long standing scientific mystery, the common saying “you just hit a nerve” might need to be updated…
University of Cincinnati archaeologists are turning up discoveries in the famed Roman city of Pompeii that are wiping out the historic perceptions of how the Romans dined, with the rich enjoying delicacies such as flamingos and the poor scrounging for soup or gruel.
If you think with the release of every new i-device the world is getting closer to thought-controlled smart tech and robotic personal assistants, you might be right.
New research finds that chronically ill children celebrate a successful recovery. It’s through their imaginative play with medically themed toys.
White-collar criminals – those convicted of fraud, embezzlement, tax violation, anti-trust and other business offenses – have no more problems adjusting to prison than those in a general prison population.
It’s apparent to Andrew Lewis that as the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) expands its role in our nation’s culture wars, there is one battle cry rallying the group’s nearly 16 million members: advocating against abortion.
Discussions surrounding race and racism are prevalent in an online community in which users can hide their own race, gender and any other identifying information.
A new study out of the University of Cincinnati not only finds that parents feel responsible about taking action when their children struggle with social issues, but also that parents are influenced by their own childhood memories.
Preliminary research out of the University of Cincinnati is providing a rare look at the construction of masculinity on the covers of mainstream and gay-themed sports magazines.
Young people are increasingly turning to prescription drugs to get high. Research out of the University of Cincinnati sheds new light on what could increase or lower that risk.
Early-life exposure to traffic-related air pollution was significantly associated with higher hyperactivity scores at age 7, according to new research from the University of Cincinnati (UC) and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Researchers at the University of Cincinnati (UC) have found that the race and sex of study personnel can influence a patient’s decision on whether or not to participate in clinical research.