A new phone application in Iceland can help prevent residents from having sex with a close relative.
New research brings computerized fabrics that actually change their shape and color in response to movement.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration just blocked the generic version of crushable OxyContin, a drug that was widely abused throughout the nation by both politicians and celebrities.
Part of our sense of well-being stems from sexual frequency.
Migraine headaches in children and adolescents belonging to the age group of 6-18 were more likely to have had colic as infants.
A study conducted by Hollis Karoly, a doctoral student in CU-Boulder's psychology and neuroscience department, links aerobic exercise with less damage to white matter in the brain among heavy alcohol drinkers.
There are several health benefits of fish oil. The main benefit lies in the properties of Omega 3. A study conducted by researchers at the University of Adelaide states that premature births can be avoided by consuming fish oil supplements.
Vitamin A turns particular genes within prostate cancer stem cells back on, thereby lowering the chances of the cancer to invade the tissues surrounding it. This retinoic acid is supplied in our diet by green vegetables, liver and carrots.
A recent study states that light drinking during pregnancy does not cause any adverse behavioral or cognitive outcomes in childhood.
A high-tech "anti-rape" lingerie garment developed by three engineering students in India who were fed up with the culture of rape in their country wanted to make a change, for the better.
A research team from the University of Missouri has developed a method of creating and controlling plasma that could potentially revolution American energy generation and storage.