New findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences show that adults who were raised in educated households are more likely to develop higher cognitive ability than those who were brought up in less ideal environments.
New findings published in the Journal of Neuroscience show us that when our brain sees a picture, not a group of letters needing to be processed, the brain quickly learns the words by tuning neurons to respond to a complete word, not just parts of it.
New findings presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons show that it's extremely important to never run barefoot. Even for older, more experienced athletes who may feel like they can take to the field without the guidance of athletic wear, this is estremely d...
Wegmans Food Markets and Amy's Kitchen, a natural and organ brand, have both announced recalls.
Imagine chicken that's grown in a lab rather than as a live animal. Just two years after scientists cooked up the test tube beef hamburger, they're moving onto chicken.
New information released by the 2015 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures report on Tuesday showed that just about 45 percent of those dealing with the degenerative brain condition are aware of the health problem.
New findings published in the journal Circulation show that children who are exposed to their parents' secondhand smoke are at double the risk of developing heart disease later in life.
Researchers have uncovered the oldest known Roman military camp, complete with fortifications, that may have protected soldiers from pirates more than 2,000 years ago.
Antiretroviral treatment is key for patients with HIV, but what about exercise?
If you heard that you were infected with two parasites, you'd probably think of this as a really bad thing. Well, not necessarily, according to recent findings published in the journal of Science Advances (at least for cattle, that is.)
Men who exercise are more likely to perform better in bed. New findings published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine show that this includes fuller and long-lasting erections, regardless of race.
New findings published in the journal CANCER show that providing breast cancer patients with the skills and knowledge to improve their mood and quality early on in their treatment can help them manage stress and significantly benefit survival, overall.