Are you sure your heart can handle the strenuous long distance run that is necessary for marathons? Proper preparation for these runs proves to be vital for less fit athletes according to a new study.
As humans, we know we aren’t expected to life forever, but recent studies say there might be a correlation between our longer life expectancy than those of endangered birds and mammals.
New research on the brain anatomy of young children gives us details that let us advance in comprehending just how long it takes to retain languages.
Children between three to five are prone to developing poorer health when their lives at home surrounds them with noise, messiness, a mother with a busy schedule and a lack of order in daily routines, according to new research.
Memory problems in middle age may be a result of high amounts of abdominal fat suggests a recent study, which takes a further look at the control of fat metabolism in the liver and the hippocampus, a center of the brain that controls memory and learning.
Earlier today the human rights groups Bureau des Avocats Internationaux and the Boston-based Institute for Justice and Democracy Haiti, in partnership with attorneys from Kurzban's law firm, filed a lawsuit against the United Nations at the Federal District Court in Manhattan.
Mothers who suffer from high levels of social stress result in impairing their own ability to take care of their children. However, they may also impair their daughter’s ability to provide care to future offspring says a recent study.
The origin of dizziness in the human brain, playing an important part in subconsciously recognizing which way is straight up and down and determining when we see funny, has been discovered by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers.
The elderly might have to think twice before choosing where they want to live in regards to reducing their risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
Maltreated persons are more prone to depression, anxiety and substance abuse disorders than those who are not maltreated during childhood, says a review based on the examination of a literature, exploring the risk factors of these disorders.
Acute hepatitis and liver failure of 29 persons in Hawaii is said to be linked to the usage of OxyElite Pro products, a company that supplies weight loss and muscle building supplements.
Introducing gluten in baby's early months may be the secret to preventing celiac disease, a digestive disorder.
Have you ever seen the television commercial for Luminosity? And wondered if brain training programs alike actually worked?
Academy Awards winner, Tom Hanks, revealed his diabetes diagnosis last night on CBS's David Letterman's "Late Show".
The Human Brain Project, a neuroscience project experimented by 135 scientists in Europe aims to further research the understanding of the human brain.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.