A new study published in Nursing Children and Young People claims that children with mental health problems admitted to general hospitals are mistaken for physical diseases.
A newly discovered scientific blood analysis helps in predicting risk of death.
Kids experience nightmares and frightening dreams from time to time. But those who have frequent nightmares may suffer from an elevated risk of psychotic experiences, according to a latest study.
A recent study examines how certain types of immune cells are involved in the inflammation of Crohn's disease.
Hollywood’s most celebrated actors, actresses and directors are, by now, finalising their outfits and having their manicures in preparation for the impending Oscars ceremony on 2 March. It’s considerably quieter over in the games industry.
A recent study suggests that a flu patch may be a possible option to prevent the health issue in the future.
Health officials discovered teeth growing inside a four-month-old baby's brain possibly due to a rare brain tumor.
A recent study shows that aside from the general warning of exposure to secondhand smoke, secondhand smoke exposure to pregnant women can increase their risk of having miscarriages and stillbirths.
Study shows a regular decline in length of social media messaging during public events as the volume of messages increases.
There are five different types of memory that contribute to our short-term and long-term memory capabilities. They incorporate actions, feelings, experiences, recollections, common knowledge, and consciousness.
It has been known that males are at a greater risk for neurodevelopmental disorders, autism spectrum disorder being one of them. But the reasons as to why this was a prevalent statistic have been unclear--until now.
Yesterday the Food and Drug Administration announced that changes would be made to the current nutrition labels on food and beverage products. The timing is appropriate, now that people are becoming more conscious of their diets.