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.
New findings published in the New England Journal of Medicine show that financial incentives could help smokers quit more so than other preventative measures alone.
Excessive drinking is all too common among college students. Yet researchers at Boston University School of Public Health have found that social media can help to potentially address some of the problem.
Children's behavioral issues are oftentimes overlooked in the early stages of life. Yet new findings presented by researchers at the University of Michigan examine how temper tantrums, mood swings and other issues dealing with homework problems can potentially signal mental health problems that shou...
Previous studies have shown the detrimental effects of shift work. Now new findings published in the journal Sleep Health zero on the potential influence of health outcomes that may increase certain differences between workers of higher vs. lower socioeconomic status.
Researchers are looking to determine what shapes how we hear sound. According to researchers at Bournemouth University's, the expectation of what we're about to hear may instanteously shape how our sound is processed.
New findings presented at the 2015 American Thoracic Society International Conference suggest that the progression of emphysema could be slowed by aspirin.
New findings published in Brain: A Journal of Neurology found that individual differences in brain structure could essentially determine the risk of future drug addiction.
An outbreak of gastrointestinal illnesses have been traced to Oregon lake, which have set a list of swimming and health guidelines in motion, according to health officials. Those who swam in the lake were 2.3 times more likely to become ill than those who visited the park, according to findings from...
New findings published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences show that the believe in evil can increase some peoples chances of supporting harsh criminal punishments.
Researchers at the University of Sydney have found that certain vitamin supplements may help protect against skin cancers in people who are prone to the disease. More specifically, the study showed that a form of vitamin B3 yielded a 23 percent lower risk of developing skin cancers when compared to ...