Recent findings reveal that fidgeting actually helped to counteract some of the health risks associated with extended sitting.
Children with autism who experience executive function impairments may benefit from "exergaming" according to a recent study conducted by researchers at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston.
How did our teeth enamel evolve? And where did the tissue first appear?
Investigators believe that a U.S. Preventive Task Force's recommendation against PSA Screening may be less beneficial than originally thought.
Want to control your weight? Then you may want to eat more fruits and veggies.
New findings published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine reveal how depressive symptoms commonly seen in sleep apnea patients could be treated with continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP).
New findings published in the journal Obesity Research & Clinical Practice reveal that millenials may struggle more with their weight than their parents.
Feeling anxious? Your orbitofrontal cortex may have something to do with it. It's the region of the brain that's located just behind the eyes, and previous research has shown that it plays a role in anxiety.
Researchers at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies discovered a correlation between the loss of smell and declining lifespan in worms. Now, new research suggests that this may be an indicator of near death.
Teens may change the world. A 16-year-old developed a simple way to detect the deadly Ebola virus, winning her the Google Science Fair.
Imagine regrowing lost limbs. That's exactly what a certain flatworm can do with its regenerative powers. Now, scientists are aiming to learn a bit more about this regenerative ability after sequencing its genome.
It may sound gross, but it's all something that we live with each and every day. Humans emit their own, personal microbial cloud as they interact with the world around them, releasing bacteria and other microbes as they breathe out, wave and move.