Researchers have found that various genetic and environmental risks are connected to dementia. Now, recent findings published in the journal Neurology show that older individuals who complain about memory problems and have trouble walking at a normal speed could be showcasing early symptoms of the h...
A recent study published in the journal Infant Behavior and Development found that babies in the womb may begin processing and understanding information before they are even born.
For the first time, a study has shown how brown fat helps ward off diabetes.
Researchers found that pelvic-floor disorder and other complications are common among female triathletes.
NASA's Near-Earth Object Wide-Infrared Survey Explorer (NEOWISE) spacecraft observed a bright comet that looked like an asteroid.
A new research found an effective strategy to lower the rate of unnecessary hospital admissions for chest pain.
Doctors said they were shocked to learn of the news, after studying the man under a full body examination. Besides having a penis, the man also had a full set of female reproductive organs.
Unemployment can increase the risk of depression and even death, for some. However, recent findings suggest that being in a recession may have the opposite effect.
Though scientists are still searching for a cure, a new anti-inflammatory drug could be successful for treating the illness.
Doctors in India were not quite prepared for what happened when they opened up a teenager's jaw on Monday.
Previous studies have examined the dangers of caffeine. Not only can the commonly used licit drug be addictive, it can cause insomnia, increased anxiety, irritability and trouble concentrating, overall, if consumed too frequently. However, other findings have suggested that certain amounts of caffei...
Much of what individuals experience early in life will influence choices, style and most importantly, memory down the road. For instance, those dealing with the hardships of a desperate financial situation may be more likely to experience cognitive issues sooner than those in a more comfortable livi...