Getting rid of bedbugs can be tedious. In a new study, researchers found that bed bugs that feed after pesticide exposure are more likely to survive or it could take a while for them to die.
A new recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force USPSTF) recommends that all U.S. adults, including pregnant and postpartum women, be screened for depression when they visit the doctor.
A new study is shedding light on food-related warnings. Researchers found that food related warnings could backfire among dieters.
Chronic stress isn't just taxing-it's extremely dangerous for your health. New findings published in the journal Current Opinion show that it can actually increase your risk of dementia.
Researchers carried out a detailed study of the 'Meselson effect' where chromosomes in asexual organisms can evolve independently from each other and become quite distinctive over time. A parasite called 'Trypanosoma brucei gambiense' was used to carry out the study.
In space, astronauts lose bone mineral density. However, researchers are still unsure exactly why this is. Now, they're investigating the phenomenon a bit more closely as space agencies prepare for longer-term space travel.
Acoustic tweezers may be the next big thing for creating new structures. Scientists have created "tweezers" that can move single cells in three dimensions using surface acoustic waves without touching, deforming or labeling the cells are possible.
Children and adolescents with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)--a group of developmental disabilities that can result in social, communication and behavioral challenges--become more conscious that they're different than others when their intelligence is unaffected.
Researchers at the University's Institute of Psychology, Health & Society have found that unhealthy food advertising negatively influences children's food choices-increasing their risk of forming life-long bad habits.
New findings published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research reveal that smartphones may help push us toward a healthier lifestyle--increasing physical activity and decreasing our time as a couch potato.
A report released Monday by the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity notes that 41 million children under age 5 are obese or overweight, worldwide; the number is up from 31 million estimates in 1990, researchers say-noting that rates could rise.