New findings published in PLOS ONE examine the ongoing danger to the harbor porpoises (Phocoena phocoena), who are struggling to successfully reproduce as a result of chemical pollutants lurking in European waters.
New findings published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) reveal that low birth weight may be linked to an increased risk of type 2 diabetes.
New findings published in the journal Addiction examine research on low nicotine content (CLNC) for cigarettes and how this might function as a regulatory measure to help reduce smoke exposure and lower general addictiveness. Unfortunately, the study findings revealed that lower nicotine levels may ...
Space travel might look relatively easy in the movies and on television for the average human, but it's far from the case. In reality, there are both short- and long-term health complications faced by astronauts on a flight voyage, including muscle wastage, reduced bone mass and psychological effect...
The word "bacteria" might not carry the most positive connotation in your mind. Yet the live bacteria and yeasts that make up probiotics have been shown to benefit the digestive system and are particularly helpful for certain health conditions.
Statistics show that over 70 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders and wakefulness. Yet even for those of us who sleep relatively well, did you know that losing a single night of sleep can alter the genes that control the biological clocks in our cells?
New findings published in the Journal of Internet Medicine Research reveal that the use of cellphones could help provide information that may be used to improve the health of those at risk for diabetes and/or other health issues during their childbearing years.
New findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) revealed that learning music in high school can help with brain development.
New research presented at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference Tuesday shows that older women with mild memory impairments declined twice as fast as men with the same issues.
Becoming a father results in an incredible bonding experience from both neurological and hormonal cues that translate into nurturing qualities. Unfortunately, there also appears to be some unpleasant side-effects related to fatherhood, as well: Weight gain.
It turns out that fatherhood may be making men fat. Scientists have found that men gain weight after they become fathers for the first time whether or not they live with their children.