As researchers learn more about what's responsible for the health issue, new findings published in the journal Cell show how one specific mutation contributes to autism. While studying the development of a rare neurological disorder known as Angelman syndrome, the study authors found that they could...
New findings published in the Cell: Immunity have now linked gut bacteria in both the prevention and regulation of type 1 diabetes.
Breakups can be devastatingly difficult for our mental and physical health. A new study shows that of the two sexes, women tend to typically take a bit more time to get over things. Yet did you know that they are also more likely to recover fully?
Researchers at Alliant International University have discovered that men who frequently replace meals with legal performance-enhancing drugs, including protein powders and bars, may have an eating disorder.
New findings published in the New England Journal of Medicine reveal that an experimental gel meant to curb sexual transmission of the hman immunodeficiey virus (HIV) could cut the potential chance of women contracting herpes by half.
Alright, ok. We'll admit. During times of excess stress, we've been known to succumb to a crownut or two or sometimes three. But there's a reason for that, science suggests, and here's why. When you're stressed out, a lot, either at work or at home or other facets of your live, comfort foods can com...
In some cultures, kissing is a way of showing romantic affection. However, that's not quite the case in some, according to recent findings published in the journal American Anthropologist.
Could a diet high in refined carbohydrates increase the risk of depression in postmenopausal women? New findings published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that more highly refined carbohydrates triggered a hormonal response in the body that lowered blood sugar that could potentia...
If you like spicy foods, you're in luck. New findings published in the British Medical Journal reveal that a diet high in spicy dishes can reduce the risk of death by about 14 percent, specifically lowering the risk of heart disease, cancer and respiratory issues.
Researchers at the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute have made a discovery that might bring them closer to erasing memories in drug addicts, helping to prevent relapses.
Findings presented in the FASEB Journal reveal that a high salt intake may increase the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS).