Most parents equally love their children. Yet recent findings published in the The British Journal of Development Psychology show that mothers could be partial to their daughters.
Love your cell phone a little too much? While previous studies have questioned the health risks of being glued to your mobile device, recent findings published in the journal Pathophysiology show that for some users, there may be a higher risk of developing a specific type of brain tumor.
Recent findings published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine reveal that a triple drug combination was proven successful in alleviating many symptoms associated with the health issue.
Researchers at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine have found a potential link between zinc and diabetes.
Environmentalists are fighting the U.S Navy in court I order to protect animals from war games in the Pacific Ocean.
It turns out that chemicals may not only be in our environment--but also in our bodies. Scientists have discovered that several toxic flame retardants, called TCEP, can be found within Americans.
Scientists have made some surprising findings among chimpanzees. It turns out that when food is scarce, tool use among non-human primates doesn't increase.
Recent findings published in The American Journal of Medicine show that beta-blockers do not offer any mortality prevention; this is contradictory to previous findings illustrating that these drugs can help fight against heart attack.
Researchers at City University London have discovered that the way we watch television could ultimately determine much of our eye health. In other words, the research mapped out individual eye movements while people watched a film, helping to diagnose the risk of glaucoma.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology show that fish oil could be helpful in reducing nicotine cravings. This omega-3 supplement was found to boost omega-3 deficiencies in many smokers--making it easier for them to chuck the habit.
Ever heard of the phrase "tears of joy?" Well turns out, there's a bit of science behind this story. Yale researchers studied seemingly incongruous expressions to discover why some people do cry when they're happy.
Statistics show that the cost of skin cancer treatments have rapidly increased over the past few years. Researchers note that rates have soared five times faster when compared to the costs of treatments for other kinds of cancers, according to recent findings published in the American Journal of Pre...