New findings published in the journal Cognition show that children can actually do a bit of picking and choosing when it comes to deciding what they want to learn.
New findings published in the journal Nature Communications reveal that a fish toxin could work as a future medication to treat cancer.
New findings published in the journal Chemistry and Biology reveal that a new molecule may be used to help treat type 2 diabetes and obesity.
New findings published in the journal Cortex reveal that adequate rest may help the body recall facts that they could not remember later.
Overeating may be the result of a brain hormone deficiency, according to recent findings published in Cell Reports.
New findings conducted by researchers at the Karolinksa Institutet in Switzerland examined the brains of individuals who are unable to properly regulate their emotions, which can have a serious impact on work, family and social life. For many, this emotional instability may be the result of a border...
New findings published in the American Journal of Psychiatry reveal that a computerized attention-control program could significantly help reduce combat veterans' preoccupation with threat and attendant PTSD symptoms. However, researchers also found that another type of computerized training, known ...
New research published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal & Neonatal Edition via BMJ reveal that a premature birth may also be linked to a withdrawn personality.
New findings published in the American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology found that beet juice may help to lengthen a workout.
Findings revealed that men who performed worse were more likely to make negative comments than counterparts who performed better.
New findings published in the journal Neurology reveal that older smokers who also experience migraines may be at an increased stroke risk.
New findings published in Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy reveal that a compound found in drugs used to treat glaucoma--known as ethoxzolamide--may also be helpful in turning off tuberculosis bacteria's ability to sense immune system attacks, making them shorter and more effective.