In a recent study, researchers found that human activities generate massive amounts of plastic waste which ends up in the ocean and landmasses, and the Earth is entering an 'Age of Plastic.'
While some previous research has suggested that the caffeine from tea or coffee may increase the risk of heart palpatations or irregular beating, a new report challenges the belief that caffeine affects our heart at all.
Human impact has actually created a "plastic planet."
A new statement from the American Heart Association notes the differences between both causes and symptoms for heart disease-particularly examining the differences between men and women.
In a recent study, researchers found that using painkillers during pregnancy could cut female fertility in subsequent generations.
The world's "Doomsday Clock" isn't likely to budge.
Could some conspiracies exist? Physicists decided to test whether some science-related conspiracies alleged to exist were actually tenable.
New findings published in the journal Preventive Medicine show how use of social media can interfere with our sleep.
A new recommendation from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force USPSTF) recommends that all U.S. adults, including pregnant and postpartum women, be screened for depression when they visit the doctor.
A new study is shedding light on food-related warnings. Researchers found that food related warnings could backfire among dieters.
Chronic stress isn't just taxing-it's extremely dangerous for your health. New findings published in the journal Current Opinion show that it can actually increase your risk of dementia.
Researchers carried out a detailed study of the 'Meselson effect' where chromosomes in asexual organisms can evolve independently from each other and become quite distinctive over time. A parasite called 'Trypanosoma brucei gambiense' was used to carry out the study.