Researchers at Concordia University discovered that unwanted thoughts and images of obsessive compulsive disorder are widespread and 94 percent of the people experience the same.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released the latest statistics for teen pregnancies indicating a gradual decline in teen birth rate, with 1,700 births per week.
For those of us who pay too little attention to good dental hygiene, a recent study shows that making up with mouth wash may do more harm than good.
A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Louisville examines how the stimulation of nerve pathways can help victims of spinal cord injuries regain movement.
As people age, cognitive abilities will slowly begin to decline. Yet a recent study shows how grandparents' participation in their grandchildren's lives (in moderation, of course) can serve as a mentally stimulating task to help lessen mental slumps.
Though many may turn to quick fixes in order to shed pounds fast, U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) officials warn of a weight-loss product that does not correctly label all of its ingredients.
There's certainly nothing like a fresh cup of coffee to start off your day, and thanks to scientific studies, there are some added health benefits to beginning your morning with this breakfast beverage. Previous findings show that not only does coffee give you some much needed pep, but it also may h...
Aspirin, an oral medication commonly used to treat mild to moderate pain, may also help prevent preeclampsia in women with high-risk pregnancies, according to a recent study.
Aminoglycosides are a class of antibiotics that doctors prescribe for serious or life-threatening infections. Biochemistry researchers found a mobile gene that is resistant to this class of antibiotics, which could put people at an unwanted risk.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have identified the particular region of the brain called insula that is linked to gambling addiction.
A latest study claims that Twitter users are more likely to experience Twitter-related conflicts that have a negative impact on their romantic relationships.