Statistics show that for children living in the United States, life may not be quite as satisfying compared to those living in other industrialized countries.
Ovulation makes a strong impact on a woman's mating preference.
A new study regarding mothers who are HIV positive and fed their babies exclusively with breast milk in sub-Saharan Africa show that during the first four months of life, they had the lowest risk of transmitting the virus to their babies through the milk.
There may be a way to reverse memory loss--at least in snails. Neuroscientists have taken a major step in their efforts to help people with brain disorders such as Alzheimer's disease by helping cells compensate for memory loss.
Accepting a boss, manager or annoying work colleague as a friend on Facebook may make some employees nervous.
Police confirmed that poisonous bread was left in Germany on the doorstep of a company. So far, it is believed that roughly 25 workers have consumed the bread.
A little robot frog may be able to lend a hand during some surgical procedures.
According to a study that is published in The Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, the drug zoledronic acid not only slows bone deterioration in those who suffer from osteoporosis, it also boosts the levels of a biomarker that prevents bone formation.
Runa Begum of India, an 18-month-old baby, is suffering from a rare medical condition 'Hydrocephalus' that causes fluid build up inside the skull
The old saying about putting down your fork to help lose weight may not necessarily be true, at least, in all cases. As a new electronic fork that vibrates when you eat too quickly just hit the marketplace, reports show that this may revolutionize the way many not only eat their meals, but possibly ...
Stress can make your hair fall out. Stress can make sleep poorly. Stress is, presumably, always bad--or is it? New research reveals that some stress can be good for you.