If notebooks, guidelines and lectures aren't a few of your favorite things, don't blame sheer laziness, alone. Could your genes actually have something to do with a distaste for school?
An ancient human skull and jawbone discovered a few meters apart in a cave in northern Laos suggests that early modern humans were physically diverse, possessing a mix of modern and archaic traits.
Researchers at the Kessler Foundation have now linked the inability to recognize certain facial affects with white matter damage following a traumatic brain injury (TBI). This could potentially be the first step in understanding emotional deficits that are linked to patterns of white matter damage a...
How can people justify killing? Scientists have taken a closer look at the brain activity associated with killing and have found that it varies depending whether or not the killing is seen as justified.
Members of the military oftentimes return with physical and/or mental health issues.
Having some fast food after you work out may not be such a bad idea. A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Montana shows that eating fast foods after an intense workout can be just as effective for recovery as sports supplements in some instances.
New findings published in the journal Nature Cell Biology show that researchers at the Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute discovered how to stimulate muscle regrowth in the heart of a mouse, which could be particularly important in looking at new treatments for those who suffer future heart att...
New findings published in the journal Circulation show that playing sports can help reduce the risk of mortality in middle-aged athletes.
New findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) show that researchers are making continuous headway in the fight against cancer.
New findings published in the journal Nature Communications show that a 200 year-old Hungarian crypt holds some secrets to how tuberculosis (TB) took hold in 18th century Europe.
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School found that as the body slows down just before it dies, there's a "storm" in the last moments of brain activity just seconds before the heart stops, as well.