Human activity is now the prime driver of change in the Earth System, which is the sum of our planet's interacting physical, chemical, biological and human processes.
It's not actually that hard to make some people believe they committed a crime that never happened. New findings published in the journal Association for Psychological Science found that many developed a false memory of the crime.
Children are certainly known to have a temper tantrum or two as they transition into adulthood. Yet researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis believe that kids who have trouble growing out of these fits may also be more prone to certain antisocial behaviors.
Statisics show that autism spectrum disoders (ASD) affect 1 to 2 percent of children in the United States. With no cure for the problem, various therapies and medications can help many dealing with the behavioral health issue live a normal life.
Your iPhone may be a lot dirtier than you might think. A new study reveals that your phone accumulates a disgusting array of bacteria each day.
It turns out that the longer your work, the more likely you are to drink.
Scientists have analyzed the production and extraction rates of 27 global renewable and non-renewable resources and have found that for 18 renewable resources, the annual growth rate reached its peak around 2006.
An HIV diagnosis can be life changing. Yet new medications and therapeutic treatments are making it easier for patients dealing with the virus to live normal lives. However, proper treatment and prevention methods are essential in the process.
Researchers at Indiana University are working on how to help patients suffering from chronic pain, a critical, oftentimes overlooked health issue that's estimated to affect over 100 million Americans. They're studying multidisciplinary approaches to treatments that involve both the patients' perspec...
It's human instinct to coddle your children every once and a while, but bombarding them with phone calls, mandatory check-ins and overall, anxiety provoking instances, can disrupt future success as an independent adult. For parents who are excessively clingy and overprotective, it might be best to b...
How smart were Neanderthals? They may have been just as smart as Stone Age humans.
When did humans begin to first teach one another? It's probably all thanks to butchering animals for food. Scientists have discovered stone tools for butchering animals that reveal humans' earliest efforts to communicate and teach others.