Scientists have discovered exactly how the brain tracks a speeding baseball or 120 mph tennis serve.
About two million years ago, our ancient ancestors roamed Africa. Now, scientists have discovered how these early humans hunted and scavenged.
Researchers have examined ancient DNA from the skeletal remains of plague victims from the 6th century AD to learn a bit more about the phylogeny and the origin of the Justinianic Plague.
Personality isn't just nature--it's also nurture. Now, researchers have discovered a bit more about how different personalities develop even among identical twins in similar environments.
A study from the Michigan State University reveals that men who experience high levels of sexual harassment are more likely to induce vomiting and consume laxatives and diuretics to control their weight, when compared to women
A natural remedy has been discovered to fight against Parkinson's disease. According to a study published in the journal Annals of Neurology, eating food that contains traces of nicotine such as tomatoes or pepper helps in lowering the risk of developing Parkinson's.
Most women are deliberately trying to lose weight. But not Tammy Jung, a fetish model who is hoping to be the fattest in the world. In fact, to gain as much weight as possible, she's force feeding herself with a funnel at a diet of 5,000 calories a day.
A latest scientific statement by the American Heart Association suggests that having a pet reduces the risk of heart diseases. The study is published in the journal Circulation.
A large number of women 18 and older prefer to delay or miss out their monthly menstruation by missing out on the instructions of birth control pills and other hormonal contraceptives, according to the study published in the journal Contraception.
Most women are dissatisfied with their figure, and feel self conscious of their body type. Unlike men who are sensitive of their body shape and don't talk about it openly, women, on the other hand, often engage in 'fat talk'.
Researchers from Monash University looked into a phenomenon known as somatic contagion, which is present in one in three people, who could feel pain by watching others experience pain.