A latest Canadian study claims that frequent interruptions from sedentary behavior may improve the health of kids.
Most teachers chalk up the old "dog ate my homework" excuse to one of the oldest tricks in the book. Yet it can happen and it did for a young Colorado student.
Of course it's fun to look at pictures of food online. (Instagram, anyone?) But have we ever thought about the possibility that we could actually taste what we're looking at without actually eating?
Many of us may be unaware that we can receive medications through the mail. Yet a recent study shows that this can be particularly beneficial for those with diabetic health conditions.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Thursday that they are recalling 600,000 baby monitors due to the death of two infants.
WHO recommends that breastfeeding mothers without access to iodised salt should take an iodine supplement capsule to provide a year’s worth of iodine for them and their infant. ETH Zurich researchers tested the effectiveness of this method for the first time.
Too much of anything isn't good for anyone, and that's certainly true for preschoolers and television. When it comes to sitting in front of a screen hours on end, children's cognitive development can be greatly delayed.
It's no surprise that male and females think a bit differently. However, a new study shows that gene expression seen in brain and spinal cord injuries may operate differently depending on gender.
What were the ancient Canaanites drinking more than 3,000 years ago?
A new study looks at cannabis use among teenagers in different countries. Though findings reveal that cannabis use is gradually declining in richer nations, study authors have found that it has stabilized or is increasing in developing ones.
Do you have blue eyes? What about brown hair, freckles and sensitivity to the sun? Scientists may have uncovered a genomic variant strongly associated with these traits. The findings could reveal a bit more about human pigmentation and allow scientist to better understand how certain genes are expre...