Statistics show that as many as four in every ten American children live in low-income families, according to new research from the National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) at Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health.
When it comes to emotions, men and women act differently. Now, scientists have discovered that men and women may actually process emotions differently.
Researchers at Concordia University found that social integration can influence mental and physical health.
Genetics studies are moving forward by leaps and bounds and now, we may just be entering the age of "designer babies." Tony Perry, a pioneer in cloning, has announced that he's managed precise DNA editing at the moment of conception in mice.
Male stroke patients who live alone have a considerably greater long-term risk of dying prematurely than other patients, according to recent findings conducted by researchers at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.
Want to remember something? Try closing your eyes. Scientists have found that people remember more accurate details when they close their eyes, which could help investigators who interview witnesses to crimes.
A lack of exercise may actually be responsible for twice as many deaths as obesity.
The Japanese VR headset manufacturer Fove has created Eye Play the Piano, a type of VR application that allows children with physical disabilities to play the piano.
Human activity is now the prime driver of change in the Earth System, which is the sum of our planet's interacting physical, chemical, biological and human processes.
It's not actually that hard to make some people believe they committed a crime that never happened. New findings published in the journal Association for Psychological Science found that many developed a false memory of the crime.
Children are certainly known to have a temper tantrum or two as they transition into adulthood. Yet researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis believe that kids who have trouble growing out of these fits may also be more prone to certain antisocial behaviors.
Statisics show that autism spectrum disoders (ASD) affect 1 to 2 percent of children in the United States. With no cure for the problem, various therapies and medications can help many dealing with the behavioral health issue live a normal life.