Previous studies have shown that puberty begins in the brain, not the body and researchers now posit that the parts of the brain that control puberty are activated during slow-wave sleep, or 'deep' sleep
The easiest targets in cyberspace are children and the elderly, who have unlimited access to the web and no protection (accept for perhaps child-lock systems) from predators and other persons that only seek to take advantage of their ignorance.
New Research from fro Northumbria University now claims that memory-loss can be added to the list of second-hand smoke related health problems.
Could counting the number of swallows it takes to finish a meal be more effective than counting calories?
The Journal of Traumatic Stress found that 47 percent Of Veterans who fought in Iraq had had suicidal thoughts before seeking treatment and 3 percent had attempted to kill themselves. Many more have succeeded.
An analysis of more than two dozen of reports consisting of randomized controlled trials claims that Acupuncture, the practice of inserting and stimulating needles at specific points on the body, may be better than pills or mockupuncture for treating some forms of chronic pain, particular, back, shoulder and head pains and arthritis.
Adolescents suffering from anger issues and slightly higher blood pressure than normal can be offered a 10-week-long Lifeskills program designed to fit into the high school curriculum which could help them manage anger and stress for the rest of their lives.
A compound extracted from a mushroom has shown to help dogs with cancer, a report from the University of Pennsylvania reveals.
Researchers at Perdue University have conducted a study which proved a link between these two factors. That link is that the heavier the person is during their hospital stay, the longer is the stay itself
A new study just published in the journal Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism(APNM) confirms that swimming and dieting could help fight and may even prevent Hepatocellular Carcinoma, the fifth most common type of cancer worldwide and ranked third in cancer related deaths.
researchers from Southampton University reveal in a study that finishing full-time education and training at an older average age is the main reason why people are having their first child later in life.
According to a new paper published by Jaye Derrick, PhD, research scientist at the University at Buffalo's Research Institute on Addictions, "watching a rerun of a favorite TV show may help restore the drive to get things done in people who have used up their reserves of willpower or self-control."
According to a new study published in the peer-reviewed journal CANCER, researchers have discovered a link between marijuana use and an increased risk of "developing subtypes of testicular cancer that tend to carry a somewhat worse prognosis," as stated in a report from Wiley science news room.
Tailgating can build a community, nurture tradition, and actually contribute to a school's brand for the fans.
Researchers from Georgia Health Sciences University announce that about 30 percent of blacks hold onto approximately 160 milligrams of salt when they are stressed, the equivalent of a medium order of fries or bag of chips
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.