A boss with an authoritarian attitude can stifle the work environment and even prevent employees from properly working together, according to recent findings. Researchers from Michigan State University found that managers who are abusive to individual employees can actually trigger team conflicts.
Researchers have discovered how nerves play a critical role in stomach cancer growth. By blocking the nerve signals through surgery or Botox, researchers at Columbia's Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center believe they could provide more effective treatments for the disease.
New information from Consumer Reports warns pregnant women to steer clear of canned tuna. Researchers found that the mercury levels in the product were too high for anyone who is pregnant, breast-feeding or trying to become pregnant.
Tuberculosis can be deadly. In fact, it kills about one to two million people each year. Now, scientists have found the origins of this infection.
When you bite into a spicy chili pepper, you immediately feel a burning sensation on your tongue and mouth. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at the chili pepper's effect in order to create a new drug candidate that helps stop pain.
Researchers noticed that orb-weaving spiders may grow larger and display an increased ability to reproduce in urban areas.
A new study links high cortisol levels in infants to the socioeconomic status of their mothers during pregnancy.
Teens who engage in pica behavior are known to have significantly reduced levels of iron, a new study reveals.
A team of international researchers have developed a novel online tool that helps health experts to identify patients who are at a risk of developing diabetes.
Teenagers receiving less than six hours of sleep at night are at an increased risk of becoming obese by the time they are 21 years old, a new study reveals.
Older obese women can ward off the risk of irregular heartbeat by adhering to regular physical exercise.