You may think that dying brain cells are a bad thing but for birds, it's a natural part of their yearly cycle. Now, scientists have found out how neuron growth in these birds begins anew each spring.
A latest study ties group nature walks to lower depression and enhanced well-being.
The FDA panel has approved the marketing of the first direct blood test to detect the five yeast pathogens that trigger bloodstream infections.
A team of researchers at the University of Florida warns Americans to avoid drinking bottled water that has been left in warm temperature for a long time.
Regular consumption of fruits and vegetables not only boosts physical health, but also mental health, according to a new study.
Fear of losing job and work-related stress increase asthma risk, a new study states.
A new Swedish study links lack of sleep among adolescents to an increased risk of failure in school.
Despite previous findings that during pregnancy, a mother-to-be's immune response is weaker than normal, recent research suggests that the opposite is true. In particular, researchers have actually found that pregnant women build up an unusually strong immune response to the flu, otherwise known as ...
Not all exercise is created equal, according to recent findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Pediatrics.
Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) remains one of the most commonly diagnosed neurobehavioral disorders in the America. However, new research reveals that the health issue is often grossly under-treated.
An infants' vocalizations may also be linked to the baby's ability to hear, according to researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia.