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Even though the D.C. region boasts some of the longest commute times, many people aren't that upset about it.
Twitter is making millions selling information about what's being tweeted about.
With all the anxiety in the world, how is anyone supposed to relax? A new line of drinks are promising to help people do just that.
It's like "Bring Your Kids to Work Day" -- but the opposite.
The stereotypical couple with a freezing wife and an overheated husband might not be just a coincidence.
Kids need consistent sleep schedules to ensure their ever-changing brains develop correctly. But getting them into a routine is the hard part.
Stomach trouble can make a vacation take a turn for the worse. Some tips can help keep an upset stomach at bay when traveling.
Does it seem like you get eaten up by mosquitoes more than other people? Well, you might be right.
While the industry of caffeinated food products is still small compared with energy drinks, The Wall Street Journal reports sales in the U.S. have increased nearly 50 percent to $1.6 billion since 2008.
From the pages of science fiction to laboratories around the world, scientists are making human body parts.