A new study published in the journal Sleep suggest that interrupted sleep is actually worse than sleeping straight through for a shorter amount of time.
A new study found that not getting adequate rest can actually interfere with a fundamental cellular process that drives physical growth, physiological adaptation and brain activity.
Have an itch you just can scratch? Turns out, it might have something to do with the movement of your hair, according to a recent study.
Some antibiotics used during pregnancy may not pose a threat to a child's physical development, according to a recent study.
Testosterone levels and empathetic tendencies may predict a man's parenting skills, according to a recent study.
Men are from Mars and women are from venus? No--at least, as far as their brains are concerned.
On Thursday, U.S. astronaut Scott Kelly clocked his 216th day in orbit, breaking the previous record for a single space flight of 215 days, set by Michael López-Alegría in 2007. He and his brother Mark will be part of unique study about space's effect on the human body.
No. You didn't time-travel back to medieval times.
Breastfeeding may help reduce a woman's risk of developing breast cancer, according to a recent study.
There are certainly genetic components to many mental health disorders, but could physical activity also reduce the risk of development?
Researchers at Tel Aviv University found that pursuing one's passion in work leads to better satisfaction in life overall, regardless of talent/