Students have uncovered a 560,000-year-old tooth in a French cave. The new findings could actually be the oldest human remains to be found in France to date.
Practice doesn't always make perfect. Scientists have found that there's more to it than that, and a new study reveals what parts of the brain account for individual talent and what parts of the brain are activated through training.
Previous studies have shown that yawning can be contagious. But did you know that the same can be true for rudeness?
New findings to be featured at the 2015 AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo will involve a novel fingerprick test that could help expand access to basic medical testing in the developing world. As clinical laboratory tests play a crucial role in making sure patients get appropriate care, there a...
The stature of pygmies is well-suited to tropical rainforests, but the mechanisms underlying their growth remain poorly understood.--until now.
New findings published in the journal Nature Communications reveal that intestinal microbiota may play a role in inducing anxiety and depression.
New findings published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: General reveal that some hormones raging throughout our bodies may be responsible for unethical behavior.
New findings published in the journal Cognition show that children can actually do a bit of picking and choosing when it comes to deciding what they want to learn.
It turns out that intelligent people live longer. Scientists have discovered that a person's genes determines not only how smart they are, but also that these genetics are linked to how long they live.
New findings published in the journal Chemistry and Biology reveal that a new molecule may be used to help treat type 2 diabetes and obesity.
New findings published in the journal Cortex reveal that adequate rest may help the body recall facts that they could not remember later.