Though obesity and type 2 diabetes negatively affect bone health, exercise can work to combat risk fracture, according to a recent study.
Losing excess weight before pregnancy may help reduce the risk of infant mortality, according to a recent study.
Men eat more food when dining with women, according to a recent study.
The evolutionary roots of language show that both humans and monkeys recognize when sequences of sounds occur in or out of order, according to a recent study.
Women who give birth at 30 or older are more likely to have daughters, but not sons, who may experience symptoms of depression as young adults, according to a recent study.
In some cases, a genetic mutation may be to blame for particularly impulsive and reckless behaviors when drunk, according to a recent study.
Fear of infection may prevent some from seeking testing for HIV, according to a recent study.
A study from Cornell University revealed that eating habits are sometimes altered based on who you're dining with.
What makes our brain human? Scientists are beginning to unravel the genetic code underlying its function, and have found a small set of molecular patterns that dominate gene expression in the human brain.
Without us, pumpkins and squashes may have gone extinct in North America.
It isn't only vegetables that are being grown in space. Flowers are also having a turn. NASA has announced that flowers could be blooming on the International Space Station after the New Year.