New findings published in the journal Biological Psychiatry show that Dopamine, a chemical messenger in the brain that is most closely associated with pleasure and reward, showed just how much people push for instant gratification.
An international group of scientists led by a group from the University of Leicester has recently announced a new advance in understanding certain mechanisms related to cancer and how it can be targeted more effectively with new treatments.
Researchers at the University of Connecticut are examining just how "enhancing" our online photos can change people's perceptions of who we really are. And of course, its impact affects male and female counterparts differently.
Humans and livestock in Kenya are intrinsically linked. Scientists have found that there's a connection between the health of farmers and their families to their livestock.
New findings published in the journal Academic Pediatrics reveal a new intervention developed especially for depressed mothers by researchers at the University of California-Davis.
There's a new kid in town and he's already gained a big reputation for himself.
New findings published in the Journal of Marriage and Family show that men with children are likely to do less work than their female counterparts.
New findings published in The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry suggest that post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may be linked to accelerated aging.
Researchers have found that certain regions in the United States are characterized by a higher prevalence of obesity, and that the simple act of moving may cause a person to gain additional weight.
Could an epilepsy drug also treat Alzheimer's disease? New findings published in the journal Alzheimer's Research & Therapy have shown that it may be effective.
New findings published in the journal Chronobiology International suggest that body temperature could be linked to weight. If one is unable to create a sufficient body temperature, this could increase the risk of obesity according to researchers.