A new study probes into the rising trend in the use of sedatives.
Just sound waves can be safe alternatives to drugs in treating erectile dysfunction, once the protocols become standard.
Yo-yo dieting is as unhealthy for your gut as regular intake of junk food, show studies.
Archaeologists discovered Britain's wheel of the Bronze Age, 3,000 years old, at what is being called the 'Pompeii of Britain'.
Historical hunter-gatherers preserved food sources due to their special relationships with the ecosystem.
The effect of salt on health might not be objective, but seems to be guided by diverse studies and conclusions.
Pope advises that contraceptives, which have been traditionally opposed by the Catholic Church, can be used to fight the outbreak of Zika virus.
January temperatures have risen to make it the hottest month on record, warming the globe by 2ºF everywhere.
Organically produced dairy and meat products show a greater content of omega-3 fatty acids than the average dairy product.
The Calgary Zoo probed into the death of a 12-year-old otter when it was given a pair of trousers to play with.
Rodents show that aerobics are the most advantageous to the brain.
Increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide has made dryland grasses greener, shows a study.
Scientists discover the first brain structure affected during the late onset of Alzheimer's disease.
Scientists used pressure to create a new ice form.
The first-ever successful prosthetic arm that can control fingers with thoughts has been discovered by researchers.