Over-sharing of personal information and increased general activity on Facebook often displays someone dealing with “loneliness” or possible depression away from their computer.
The study finds that the more Facebook likes and comments that a person receives, the more likely they are to feel positive about themselves. On the other hand, the fewer likes and comments responding to a person’s status reflected feelings of loneliness and low self-worth.
An anti-biotic resistant “superbug” that has long affected hospitals and other health-care locations around the world has now found a new “reservoir” location: inside U.S. homes.
Electronic cigarettes worked just as well as nicotine patches to help smokers quit, according to the first study to compare them.
Research finds that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions.
Nearly 1 in 5 children in the U.S. suffer from a mental disorder, and this number has been rising for more than a decade.