Who sleeps in our beds and bedrooms seems to depend on when and where you live.
Heart disease and stroke cause one-third of all deaths around the world.
When couples are allowed to hold hands during stressful times, their heartbeats and breathing synchronized.
The discovery of a 3000 year old prosthetic toe sheds light on life during the early Iron Age.
Research at UNC's School of Medicine uses the effects of one of the world's most dangerous chemicals to show the way to protecting the body's DNA.
This isn't a new crisis.
The enormously popular fidget spinners are deceptively simple. If one breaks, dozens of small parts can present a choking hazard to children.
In fatal two-car collisions, the driver who caused the incident is more likely to have recently used alcohol, marajuana, or both than the innocent driver. This raises traffice safety questions in an era of relaxed marajuana laws.
People with osteoarthritis show signicant physical improvement it their spouses treat them with empathy.
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.