Obese people are not physically active, not because they are lazy but because their mind does not allow them to.
A new study suggests that smoking weed does not enhance your creativity. In fact, it kills it.
A research team has found that for people with obesity preferences for sweet foods don't really change.
As a person grows older, they grow wiser. That includes taking less risks which could be a result of their preference not to embark on gambles that will not reap positive rewards.
Researchers say that certain gene and a healthy environment are factors in achieving long life.
Researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center have found a liver hormone that helps reduce cravings for sweets and alcohol through the brain's reward pathway, according to a new study.
Science World Report spoke with Loretta Graziano Breuning about her most recent book "Habits Of A Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, & Endorphin Levels." Breuning has written multiple books that examine brain chemicals associated with negativity and happines...
Olga Peñagarikano and Daniele Piomelli have recently made advancements in finding out if oxytocin levels could have a positive effect on those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Scientists have identified a malfunctioning enzyme as a possible reason that binge drinking increases the odds of alcoholism.
Scientists located neurons in the brain that influence whether we have one drink or two, and it could lead to a cure for alcoholism and other types of addictions.
New findings published in the journal Biological Psychiatry show that Dopamine, a chemical messenger in the brain that is most closely associated with pleasure and reward, showed just how much people push for instant gratification.
A synthetic gene module controlled by the happiness hormone dopamine produces an agent that lowers blood pressure. This opens up new avenues for therapies that are remote-controlled via the subconscious.