The study by WalletHub.com calculated traffic delays, the likelihood of having an accident, gas prices and parking rates.
The results were determined by students who monitored 50 intersections in the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan.
A new study from the University of Michigan suggests parents tend to overshare — posting pictures or stories about their kids online.
The study by William Paterson University says the intersections of 34th Street and Sixth, Seventh and Eighth avenues as well as 42nd Street at Sixth and Eighth avenues are where you will find some of the most distracted pedestrians in the city.
The annual Tri-State Transportation Campaign study ranks roads based on pedestrian fatalities.
A new study from Yale University found that cold temperatures really can lead to colds, but not for the reason you might think.
A new study suggested Monday that feeling younger than your actual calendar age could mean you will live longer.
Researchers suspect some of the biggest eaters are ants, who are chowing down on food that might otherwise go to rats and other vermin.
In a startling new study by Stony Brook scientists, more than two-thirds of the Island’s coastal waters this summer showed poor to lethal amounts of oxygen.
For people stopped more than once, job approval dropped by 58 percent.
You might suffer from sleep apnea, and a physicians’ group has advised doctors to check for the condition in a procedure that could save lives.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge in England found butter and other fats like it may not be as bad for us as once thought, and may even have some health benefits.
After nearly 12 years, men who ate at least 75 grams of processed red meat every day were 28 percent more likely to develop heart failure than men who ate less than 25 grams per day.
It is a part of marriage that everyone loathes – the occasional, or in some cases constant, nagging between spouses.
It may sound like something out of the movies, but “young blood” could be the key to reversing aging, according to experts.