Hugging it out could help you ward off a cold
Carnegie Mellon researchers found frequent hugs can help people avoid stress-related illnesses.
Why the U.S. has such a high preterm birth rate
About 12 percent of all U.S. births happen before the 37-week mark, which ranks the country in the middle of the pack worldwide.
Birds might be better meteorologists than us
A new study suggests a certain type of bird was able to sense a tornado outbreak that moved through the U.S. a day before it hit.
NASA's Kepler mission isn't over after all
More than a year after NASA declared the Kepler spacecraft broken beyond repair, scientists have figured out how to continue getting useful data.
Pregnancy also changes dads' hormones
A study from University of Michigan researchers found that expectant fathers see a decrease in testosterone as the baby's birth draws near.
Study links pollution to increased autism risk
Harvard researchers found children whose mothers were exposed to high pollution levels in the third trimester were twice as likely to develop autism.
Crazy Cats Destroy All Christmas Trees
We spend hours putting up our Christmas tree and decorating it each year... just to have a crazy feline take it down in one fell swoop. At…
Holiday Gift List 2014 for the Manly Man
Guys can be really hard to shop for around the holidays. The List 's Sarah Whittle is making it easy with her favorite gifts for the manly…
Woman falls victim to Christmas puppy scam
One woman learned how easy it is to fall for a puppy scam in the hunt for one.
50 texting acronyms parents need to know
Words are abbreviated for convenience when texting, but the codes can also hide dangerous online interactions from parents.
Don't Become a Holiday Slacktivist
‘Tis the season of giving, and this time of year, a lot of people are probably going to ask you to donate or volunteer in support many causes…
Girl Scouts byting into digital for cookie sales
NEW YORK (AP) - Watch out world, the Girl Scouts are going digital to sell you cookies.