There's been a study done by the mobile market research firm WeFi looking at wireless internet use at coffee shops across the country.
Starbucks, it turns out, has the fastest wireless connections.
But it's customers at Dunkin' Donuts, by a margin of two to one, who use the most data.
Also, on a separate but related note, there's another study out there that says 40 percent of Americans would give up coffee over Wi-Fi.
A poor woman in India has many bad choices when it comes to abortion: a do-it-yourself home treatment, an unqualified midwife, a quack medicine man. Seteng Horo was fortunate to find a safer option.
Having a full-blown stroke can cause post-traumatic stress disorder, and that's also true for tiny strokes called TIAs, a study finds. Worry over future stroke risk may be a factor.
Fewer Medicare patients are returning to hospitals within a month of discharge. But half the hospitals in 29 states and the District of Columbia will be penalized for failing to do a better job.
In one study, people who ate near a heavier dining companion served themselves lots more food. Researchers say a fellow diner's weight is just one of many subconscious cues influencing what we eat.
Although there are seven same-sex-marriage cases pending before the court, the justices like to thoroughly vet a big issue like this before they choose which cases to hear and when.