Long before your baby is actually speaking, he or she is probably practicing language. A recent study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) shows that the brains of 7- and 11- or 12-month-olds are busy concocting what they will say in the future.
Focusing too much time and energy on a number of different things at work can result in added stress and inadequate overall performance. Researchers from George Mason University in Washington, D.C., examined just how much of an impact this can create for employees under strenuous pressure in the off...
Scientists have examined a sample from the famed "Iceman" mummy a bit more closely and have found that some of it consists of non-human DNA.
Careful what you post on Facebook and other social media sites; scientists have found that girls and young women who post sexy or revealing photos are viewed by female peers as less physically and socially attractive and even less competent to perform tasks.
What did our ancient ancestors use before writing? That's a good question and now, archaeologists have uncovered some new artifacts that may answer that question. They've found a large number of clay tokens that were used as records of trade.
A new study states that sunscreens do not offer complete protection against melanoma.
Researchers at the University of Texas found that physical fitness may lower the adverse health effects associated with excess sedentary behavior.
A new Swedish study highlights the link between consumption of wine or hard liquor and increased risk of atrial fibrillation, most common abnormal heart rhythm.
A New research found that setting up gardens in care homes offer positive therapeutic benefits to people suffering from dementia.
Acupuncture is not just an effective therapy to treat several physical and mental conditions, but also helps in lowering the severity and frequency of hot flashes among women experiencing natural menopause.
As more states push for medical and recreational use of marijuana, a new study shows that regular use of the drug can increase the risk of depression and anxiety in some individuals.
A recent study found that babies born to mothers who immigrated to Ontario from other countries are at a significantly lower risk for cerebral palsy (CP) than those of Canadian-born mothers, according to findings published in the journal PLOS One.