New findings published in the journal Addictive Behaviors reveal that playing Tetris could particularly be helpful in terms of self-control. This recent study focuses on reducing drug cravings.
Imagine living on a colony on Mars. Now, imagine if you could do that right now--on Earth. That's exactly what several volunteers did during a mock Mars space mission, located in a Mars-like habitat in Hawaii.
Beer is enjoyed by Americans across the United States. But where did beer, in general, first get its start? And how did it develop into the brew that it is today? Researchers have taken a closer look.
Underwater archaeologists have raised a wooden carving with lion ears and a crocodile-like mouth from the depths, finding what appears to be the figurehead of an ancient ship.
New findings published in the journal Behavior Research and Therapy reveal that "Socratic questioning," otherwise known as a series of guided questions in which a therapist asks patients to consider new perspectives on themselves and their place in the world, could help improve existing depressive s...
A brain signature may actually predict human emotions. Scientists have discovered a way to predict emotions based on brain activity.
Superheroes, like the Fantastic Four, are nothing new. But what if these powers were attainable? Lockheed Martin has stated that it may be possible for humans to attain similar abilities to the Fantastic Four.
So much of a child's future is in the hands of various environmental factors as he or she develops. Yet some things, too, are already set in stone.
New findings published in the journal Human Reproduction show that more than a third of women who reported pelvic pain in a recent study did not have a condition.
New findings published in the journal Neurology reveal that a liver drug could help to slow the progression of Parkinson's Disease. Researchers found that the drug ursodeoxycholic acid, which is used to decrease acids that are involved in liver disease, could address a mutation of the LRRK2 gene, ...
New findings published in the Journal of Proteome Research examine how to tell the difference between major depressive disorder (MDD) and bipolar disorder. Researchers note how the two are very commonly misdiagnosed.
New findings published in Springer's journal Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics found that the birthing procedure slowed spatial attention in some babies, which may play a role in how well they are able to prioritize and focus on a particular object or area of interest.