Valentines' Day is a multi-billion-dollar business for American florists and restauranteurs.
Chips, wings, cookies, pretzels, popcorn... Americans will spend more than one billion dollars on snacks just for the Super Bowl.
A new Pew Research Center study delves into how Mormons see the world and how Americans see Mormons.
Food consumption has been on the rise in recent decades, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
"Binge" is defined as five or more alcoholic drinks for males (four or more for females) consumed in a short period of time.
Australia tops a new survey that ranks countries according to how strongly they secure their nuclear materials from terrorists and other threats.
A study of the rate of eye-blinking among the candidates reveals a surprising conclusion about Rick Santorum.
High school athletes aspiring to become professionals may be in for a disappointment. Fewer than one percent of student athletes make the draft.
In 2008 more than a half-million people were reportedly injured in crashes that involved some type of driver distraction.
A CDC study reveals that deaths due to overdose of opioid pain relievers (powerful opium-derived analgesics such as Oxycontin and Percocet) are now killing more people than heroin and cocaine.
GoFigure looks at the results of a Gallup poll of caregivers who also have a full- or part-time job.
NASA's Kepler space telescope is helping astronomers find planets all over our region of the Milky Way galaxy.
GoFigure looks at a College Board report showing that both public and private institutions are affected.
A study looks at whether American parents feel that they pressure their kids enough to succeed in school.