With the rise in the consumption in caffeinated beverages, Jennifer Temple of the University of Buffalo thought it would be appropriate to document differences among boys and girls following caffeine intake.
New research finds that after puberty, both boys and girls experience different changes in heart rate and blood pressure.
NASA has shifted their focus of the space program and is preparing for long-duration and deep space missions. The six-person ISS Expedition 40 crew wrapped up the week after completing plentiful medical research for these types of missions.
Are you stressed? Then your children may have a higher risk of obesity as adults.
Scientists have found that alterations in the development of the "fear center" in the brain during childhood may have an important influence on the development of anxiety problems.
Bike-share programs are an effective way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions while also getting people around a city conveniently. But researchers found that brain injury rates in cities with these programs were higher than those without.
The risk of type 2 diabetes can be prevented by simply improving the overall quality of diet, a new study reveals.
A recent study published in the Journal of Neuroscience shows that a copper compound may be able to treat Lou Gehrig's disease, also known as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Canola oil is often times used to cook and flavor certain foods. It is also used as an oil substitute that's deemed more heart healthy than others. A recent study conducted by researchers at St. Michael's Hospital confirms the benefits of the product. For patients suffering from type 2 diabetes, fin...
The risk of developing severe scoliosis is much more in children with rare mutation in two genes, a new research reveals.
The Aboriginal Australians experiencing racism in a health setting is known to have a stronger negative influence on the mental health, a new study reveals.