Ambien, sold as zolpidem, helped to reduce stroke risk in mice, according to a new study.
The U.S. Food and Drug (FDA) recently proposed a rule that would ban minors from using tanning beds-requiring anyone under 18 to sign a waiver regarding health risks at the first session and then every six months following.
Scary movies really are blood-curdling, according to a recent study.
Low-intensity electromagnetic waves prolonged survival in brain tumor patients--particularly those with glioblastoma--who were already treated with chemotherapy, according to a recent study.
Previous studies have boasted the benefits of drinking coffee. Now, a 10-year U.S. study on regular coffee drinkers reminds us, again, of its benefits. (And yes, caffeine-free coffee drinkers, this benefits you, too.)
A study from the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History's ETE program revealed that humankind caused a major ecosystem shift roughly 6,000 years ago.
New research published in the journal Nature found that between 70 and 90 percent of cancer cases are linked to avoidable lifestyle choices.
Researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia have discovered that binge drinking and alcohol use are more damaging to the liver than scientists previously believed.
The location of a historic battle fought by Roman general Julius Caesar and his army was discovered in Dutch territory, where they had wiped out two Germanic tribes in the year 55 BC.
A new study examines how genes and environment both play a critical role in shaping an individual's intelligence. The findings are published in the journal Psychological Science.
When it comes to buying children presents for the holidays, you may automatically reach for the latest "hot" toy. But what about giving children something that's fun that they can also learn from?