There may be some new information about the spread of Indo-European languages. Scientists have examined a massive migration of Kurgan populations (Yamna culture) which may shed some light on how these languages spread.
Creative geniuses may have a bit of trouble concentrating and now, scientists have figured out why. They've looked at real-world creativity and found that it may be associated with a reduced ability to filter "irrelevant" sensory information.
Scientists have discovered the origins for two of the four known groups of human AIDS viruses. It turns out that their origins can be found in western lowland gorillas.
An ancient skull is telling researchers a bit more about a unique period in prehistory. The partial skull, and the tools surrounding it, reveal a bit more about a time from 55,000 to 27,000 years ago when both humans and Neanderthals lived at the same time.
New findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine show that moviegoers watching a tearjerker are more likely to eat between 28 percent and 55 percent more popcorn goodies than other goers watching different genres.
A new study published in the journal Circulation found that dementia and Alzheimer's disease patients were two to three times more likely to develop significant memory loss during a follow-up period if they had poor heart function.
New findings published in PLOS Biology show that adults over the age of 30 may only catch the flu about twice a decade. The study results are based on the analysis of blood samples from volunteers in Southern China, while researchers examined antibody levels against nine different influenza strains ...
New findings published in the journal Cell Metabolism reveal a new hormone that fights weight gain, helping to normalize the metabolizing effects that are commonly associated with exercise.
Is "the dress" white and gold or blue and black? While some saw one set of colors, others saw the other set--and no one could agree. Now, an expert on visual perception has taken the time to explain the mystery of the dress.
Are you more like your mom or like your dad? Genetically speaking, you're probably more like your father. Scientists have found that mammals are genetically more like their dads in a new study.
Researchers at the University New York Empire State College in Saratoga Springs are working on a new minimally invasive intervention for patients dealing with recurring migraines. To help prevent painful symptoms and reduce the need for medication, this may be the next step in treating the health is...
New findings published in the journal Brain now show that amyloids, the abnormal proteins found in accumulation in the brain that are a hallmark of the health issue, can be found in individuals as young as 20 years old.