Researchers at the Universities of Sheffield and North Florida investigated the role of working memory in verbal deception among children. They found that good liars oftentimes performed better on verbal memory tests when compared to bad ones.
Despite numerous health warnings, many continue to smoke tobacco products. New findings published in JAMA Internal reveal that nearly half of long-term smokers and ex-smokers who were once considered disease-free after passing lung-function tests actually have respiratory-related impairments when th...
It turns out that at least one early European had a close Neanderthal ancestor.
Many Americans are well aware that wearing sunscreen can help protect against premature aging and skin cancer, but a new study shows that many have relatively no clue about the indications that sunscreen labels represent.
New findings published in the Journal of Biological Rhythms examined how excessive use of electricity and artificial light ultimately influenced adequate rest.
Could the brain's cerebral cortex provide some answers about intellectual development in youth with Down Syndrome?
New findings published in the journal Sleep show that some sleep disturbances may ultimately be influenced by race and ethnicity. In fact, researchers found that sleep disturbances and undiagnosed sleep apnea seemed to occur more frequently in racial/ethnic minorities.
New findings published in the journal Scientific Reports show a connection between cocaine use and potential HIV infection.
New findings presented at the American Headache Society examine a new class of drugs called Calcitonin Gene-Related Peptide (CGRP) monoclonal antibodies. Research shows that the drugs are promising in the treatment of high-frequency episodic migraines and chronic migraines.
New findings published in the journal Addictive Behaviors shows that putting the right warning labels on cigarettes can help to better address the problem, reducing the number of potential consumers. Previous studies have shown just how cigarette prices and images hold a direct impact on whether or ...
Scientists at the National Institute of Health (NIH) have created a "placenta-on-a-chip" device that mimics both the function and structure of the human placenta. Researchers say it is particularly important as the new device, which can be used to model the flow of waste and nutrients between a moth...