Researchers at the University of Texas of San Antonio (UTSA) College of Business have found that some women look for more shopping and dating options when ovulating.
For decades, scientists have examined the genetic advantage of sexual reproduction versus asexual reproduction. Yet theories of this genetic advantage have never been proven in humans--until now.
Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have now discovered certain genomic switches in blood cells that may be key to regulating the human immune system.
Researchers at Belgium's University of Leuvan have discovered an extremely lethal strain of HIV that holds the power to develop into AIDS within just three years of infection.
Cattle are often viewed as a detriment when it comes to greenhouse gas emissions. But could beef production actually help capture and store carbon? Scientists may have found a way to use beef production to help restore ecosystems.
No idea what to get your guy this Valentine's Day? For this week's "Geek Gadgets," we've picked the top five gifts for geeky guys for that special day.
Researchers may have found the lethal killing blow that claimed the life of King Richard III. New film footage shows a dramatic injury to the base of the skull as well as the inside of the top of the skull.
How do you flirt with a potential mate? Researchers at the University of Kansas note how it's not quite the same for everyone.
The eyes say it all-, at least when it comes to stroke predictions.
New findings published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry show that teens who do come out to peers have better mental health as young adults than those who wait.
Recent findings published in BMJ Open show that more than 80 percent of patients with potential cancer symptoms are given the all-clear following a health investigation. However, having a false alarm was also found to discourage many people from seeking help in the future event of a symptom.
Chances are, your 2-year-old is a bit more intelligent than you thought. Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia have found that the babies of the world are actually quite brilliant, in fact. They can easily grasp complex social situations and act accordingly in relation to what they've j...