A two-fold increase in the percentage of gun deaths has been reported among African-Americans as compared to that of whites in the United States.
Parents' education level and their socio-economic status determine the eating habits and healthy nutritional choices of the children, but researchers of a study say this is still not enough.
Children who are college educated are more likely to pick healthier food choices, according to recent findings published in the journal Public Health Nutrition.
Expectant mothers should make getting a flu shot a top priority.
Contrary to previous findings, a new study published in the journal Current Biology notes that a single dose of an antidepressant can create changes in the brain within just a few hours.
Research shows that a blank stare may mean more than distant thoughts. Lack of facial expressions could actually be a sign of unhappiness.
Researchers have found that post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may increase the risk of food addiction.
Recent findings published in the journal Neurology show that migraine sufferers could also be at an increased risk of Parkinson's disease.
Parental spats can mean serious consequences for children, according to recent findings published in the journal Development and Psychopathology.
It turns out that smart teens rub off on each other. Scientists have found that joining an extracurricular team or club with members that get good grades can actually double a high school student's odds of going to college.
About 7,500 years ago in Europe, two ancient populations of people mixed, forming the genetic combination that still persists today. Now, researchers have found that there's more to the story.