NASA partners with researchers for cancer to aid the study regarding the disease.
A venom that can kill humans could actually save lives and treat certain diseases.
A new study reveals that mothers of autistic children, who report chronic stress, are more likely to have high levels of bad cholesterol and fewer cells that protect the vascular system from damage, putting them at higher risk for heart disease.
Experts say that exposure to light increases men's sexual function as well as their sexual desires and testosterone levels.
The new study revealed that your DNA has something to do with your weight, but the effect may not be as powerful as you thought.
Experts warn of the disease that can come from cats.
Opioid dependency can lead to dysfunctional parenting.
Evidence suggests that feeding kids peanuts and eggs early reduce the risk of allergies.
Researchers have found a link between depression during early pregnancy and increased risk of gestational diabetes or maternal diabetes.
A study found that sleep quality and sleep duration in late childhood can predict alcohol and drug use later in adolescence.
Are you among those young adults keen on shedding those extra pounds and think activity trackers can help? Then you should read the finding of these studies and be prepared to be surprised with the results.