Young girls who were diagnosed ADHD have a higher risk of adult obesity, a new study said.
When surgical trainees choose to work longer hours, the quality of patient care does not decline, a new study reported.
A startling report by the Nordic Cochrane Center and University College London (UCL) revealed a startling conclusion linking anti-depressants with doubled suicide risks in children and teens.
A promising new treatment known as proton treatment for children with brain tumors offer the same level of efficacy as the conventional photon radiotherapy but with significantly lower IQ loss and fewer side effects.
A breakthrough study has revealed how some genes can affect the development of Schizophrenia, a complicated psychiatric condition that the scientists have spent years in understanding
A landmark schizophrenia research published in the scientific journal Nature offers promising results that would finally de-mystify the psychiatric disorder and its causes.
A new study shows how intelligence and good health are related.
A new study has made researchers create monkeys with a rare human gene related to autism.
Are you addicted to junk food? According to a recent study, this happens because a habits leaves an indelible impression on certain circuits of our brain
As per the researchers, ten is claimed to be an ideal number of lovers for both men and women
A new research shows that improperly managed deliveries may not be the main reason for brain-damaged babies.
Empathy is a classic trait of humans where we commonly offer comfort to friends and family members that are hurt or sad. However, a new study reveals that humans are not the only animals with empathy in their system. Prairie voles are also known to console each other in their tough times, just like humans do
If you are a kind and considerate driver, chances are you will live longer, says the new study conducted by Queensland researchers. They are the first study to show how aggressive driving can have a poor long term impact
Scientists find that Alzheimer's disease tends to affect areas of the brain involved in memory, mainly because of activities akin to "load-shifting" in the brain.
Teens who text late at night after the lights are out might suffer from academic setbacks and sleeping problems, a new study reported.