The Happiness Research Institute examined the happiness of those who used Facebook and those who quit the social media site, finding the quitters to be happier
Medical officials have conducted the first scar-free facial reconstruction procedure.
Brain disorders that are responsible for intellectual disabilities may share a common defect despite different genetic causes, according to a recent study.
Days are continuously getting shorter and shorter as winter gets ready to start. But for people suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a light therapy may not necessarily be the best approach for treating the problem.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug combination treatment for melanoma patients.
Men with the common genetic variation, ApoE4, are at an increased risk of brain bleeding, according to a recent study.
Clinicians from the University of Leicester and Leicester's Hospitals led an international clinical trial for patients with blood cancer, and it's reportedly changing lives.
Medicine doesn't degrade faster in space. Scientists have conducted an opportunistic, pilot-scale study and have found that medication on the International Space Station (ISS) does not degrade faster than medication on Earth.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota found that participants who reported increases in self-weighing throughout the 10-year-study-period showed increases in depressive symptoms, weight concern and a decreased satisfaction of their body and self-esteem, in general.
Stressed parents may be more likely to have obese children, according to a recent study.
It might sound sort of silly, but the muscle capacity of our legs may say something about the ageing brain, according to a recent study.