Green spaces are important for clean air and room to roam freely, particularly when it comes to children. Unlike excessive exposure to urban environments, previous studies show that increased air pollution and little greenery can not only be bad for your lungs and in some cases, increase the risk of...
For the first time, scientists have used sound waves to control brain cells.
Scientists at Duke University have created a map that may unlock the origins of mental illnesses and new insights into the brain.
Is it ethical to have sex with a sex robot? Two scientists from the United Kingdom and Sweden say no.
Children who spend more time outdoors during the day may have a reduced rate of nearsightedness, also known as myopia. The findings are published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
This foam, gel or liquid solution that's concoted out of isopropyl alcohol is dangerous, and consuming it can be poisonous.
New findings published in the Journal of Hematology reveal that sitting all day could be contributing to an early death.
New findings published in the Journal of Rheumatology reveal that yoga may help improve symptoms of arthritis.
A healthy body and good exercise regimen can help you become resistant to other health issues, according to findings published in the 25th edition of Cell. The findings revealed that having strong, tight muscles helped individuals become more resistant to tress and filter a depression-causing toxin ...
As monocultures become the norm in farming, crop diversity is dropping. Now, scientists have found that in just 34 years, farmers are growing fewer types of crops, which may be impacting the general ecosystem.
It turns out that our early ancestors were ambush predators. Researchers have discovered that about one million years ago, early humans used landscape features to ambush and kill their prey in groups.
Humans aren't the only ones who can fall in love. Scientists have found that other species can fall in love, as well. A new cost/benefit analysis of love reveals a bit more about why we're so choosy when it comes to finding a companion.