Neuroscientists may have just found the origins of language; they've discovered that a gene mutation that arose more than half a million years ago may have been key to humans' unique ability to produce and understand speech.
A recent study by researchers at the University of Michigan found that one in five men resort to intimate partner violence at some point.
Do you like snacking? It turns out that your brain function may have something to do with it.
A new study has found that being present in the moment and accepting one's reactions, known as mindfulness, can help improve the health of victims of child abuse or neglect.
Researchers have found that intake of high-fat dairy products can reduce the risk of developing type-2 diabetes.
A new study links a specific pattern of baldness in men to an elevated risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer later in life.
Staying fit is essential to overall health and well-being.
Recent findings conducted by a team of researchers at Washington University of School of Medicine now suggest that schizophrenia can be linked to eight genetically distinct disorders that have their own unique symptoms.
Scientists have discovered that many aggressive and potentially dangerous behavioral tendencies can be spotted early on in life. Fortunately, if diagnosed early on, they can also be treated and potentially prevented, as well.
The long-term effects of childhood asthma may ultimately be influenced by socioeconomic status, according to recent findings published in the journal Social Science and Medicine.
Over the years, your work commute can take a mental and physical toll on your well-being.