Do aphrodisiac foods actually work? And which ones should you choose to eat? This Valentine's Day, we've taken a look at exactly what happens to your body when you eat these foods, and have pinpointed which ones you should eat to boost your mood.
New findings published in The American Journal of Epidemiology show that middle-aged men are at the highest risk of suicide after exposure to short-term air pollution.
Ever wonder how our pets seem to know just how we're feeling?
The way your brain navigates is ultimately influenced by the shape of the environment around it. Researchers at the University College London have found that the brain's grid cells are modified by what's around us.
The eyes say it all-, at least when it comes to stroke predictions.
Listening to music can be both relaxing and fun. Yet did you know it may cause you to forget names?
Runners have to be careful with their feet, especially when it comes to their Achilles tendon. Long distance runners can often injure this tendon during races; now, researchers have taken a closer look at this tendon and have found that it's stronger than previously thought.
How do the active components in marijuana work within cells? Scientists have taken a closer look.
Candies and flowers are probably number one on your gift list for this Valentine's Day. However, if you have a milk allergy, just be careful. According to new research from the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), even dark chocolate may contain hidden milk ingredients.
Did you know dinosaurs may have gotten high in their day? That's right. New research from the journal Palaeodiversity shows that many enjoyed a psychedelic fungus that came from a grass parasite.
New findings published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry show that teens who do come out to peers have better mental health as young adults than those who wait.