New findings published in the New England Journal of Medicine show that short stature could influence the likelihood of developing heart disease.
Statistics show that one in three returning troops are diagnosed with serious symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). One of the issues related to this problem can be decreased sexual health and many men dealing with the issue will oftentimes complain of sexual symptoms, including a lack ...
Pregnancy is an important time to keep up with an exercise routine. Yet did you know that exercise may be more beneficial for baby boys more than girls?
Pesticide exposure may actually contribute to the risk of cardiovascular disease and inflammation in premenopausal women. A new study shows that pesticides may be more dangerous than thought.
How tall are you? It may have an impact on your heart health. Scientists have used a genetic approach to discover a link between height and coronary heart disease.
Researchers from the Institut Català de Paleontologia, Spain and colleagues created a 3D model of the endangered Chinese giant salamander to reveal just how the creature feeds on prey. The animal captures prey that is quickly scooped up in front of it. However, it can also survey the area for any q...
New findings published in the journal of Behavioural Sciences and the Law reveal that an estimated 9 percent of American adults who are gun owners also carry impulsive, aggressive and angry behaviors. A little over 1 percent of them also carry their weapons outside of the home, as well.
If you believe you could be at risk for HIV, it's best to get tested as soon as possible so you can start a treatment plan.
If notebooks, guidelines and lectures aren't a few of your favorite things, don't blame sheer laziness, alone. Could your genes actually have something to do with a distaste for school?
Researchers at the Kessler Foundation have now linked the inability to recognize certain facial affects with white matter damage following a traumatic brain injury (TBI). This could potentially be the first step in understanding emotional deficits that are linked to patterns of white matter damage a...
How can people justify killing? Scientists have taken a closer look at the brain activity associated with killing and have found that it varies depending whether or not the killing is seen as justified.
Scientists have found that the self-organization properties of DNA-like molecular fragments four billion years ago may have guided their own growth into repeating chemical chains long enough to act as a basis for primitive life.