New findings published in the journal Science reveal the power of sleep and "un-teaching" prejudice. While it's not quite that simple, researchers at Northwestern university found that both conscious and unconscious biases could be "unlearned" as a result of what's called "counter-stereotype trainin...
New findings published in the European Registry Journal show that smoking legislation could help lead to fewer hospital admissions.
New findings published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology reveal that cynics are less likely to do well when it comes to earning money. In other words, to significantly boost income, it's better to keep a positive mental attitude at all times.
Migraines can be excruciating. Sometimes they can even prevent you from going through your regular routine.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning health care providers and consumers about potential dangers associated with soft tissue dermal fillers. Research showed that they can accidentally be injected into blood vessels located anywhere on the face, resulting in serious harm.
New findings published in the journal BMC Public Health reveal that smoking puts over 400,000 children in poverty. Researchers found that this nasty habit caused many families to have financial difficulties. Findings revealed that some people were even be likely to forgo basic household and food nec...
New findings published in the Journal of Eating Disorders links impulsivity to binge eating.
What causes some people to be so creative? Scientists have discovered a surprising link between creative problem-solving and heightened activity in the cerebellum.
When did human first migrate out of Africa, and where did they go? Scientists have long wondered about the human route out of Africa and now, new genomic analyses may tell them exactly where ancient populations tread.
New findings published in the journal PLOS Computational Biology demonstrate just how important sleep really is. It triggers synapses in our brains that strengthen and weaken, which prompt the forgetting, strengthening or modification of our memories, otherwise known as long-term potentiation (LTP).
Two new therapies have just been approved to treat IBS, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) news release.