Scientists have found that children who stutter have difficulty perceiving a beat in music-like rhythms, which could account for their halting speech patterns.
It turns out that most European men descend from just a handful of Bronze Age forefathers.
New findings published in The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry show that skipping meals can increase the risk of abdominal weight gain in some individuals.
New findings published in JAMA Pediatrics shows that suicide rates are up among black children under the age of 12, according to findings presented by The research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus Ohio.
Previous studies have shown that women with dense breasts may be at an increased risk of breast cancer. Thus, health officials may advise that they have earlier screenings or extra mammography images. However, latest findings show that all women with dense breasts may not be at an enhanced risk of c...
Dads don't quite have the "gift of the gab" when it comes to baby talk. Leave it to moms to take charge when it comes to finding the right words.
New findings published in the journal Brain and Language reveal that stuttering may also be associated with rhythm perception.
New findings published in the journal Sleep Health suggest that teens with sleep problems are more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, with are synonymous with previous findings that link increased risk of substance abuse to sleep disorders or insomnia.
It turns out that our modern lifestyles may have made our bones weaker. Scientists have studied the bones of hundreds of humans who lived during the past 33,000 years and found that over time, human bones became lighter and weaker.
New findings published in JAMA Neurology examined the relationship between memory performance with hippocampal volume and concussion history, which have lead some retired NFL players to impaired memory issues later in life.
Could the rumble of an airplane's engine affect how our in-flight meal tastes? New findings published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance suggests that it could influence the flavor of our food.