Researchers found that sleeping-in on the weekend will not restore cognitive functions that were affected by sleep deprivation during the weekdays.
Researchers found that in mouse models, the brain does not register artificial sweeteners as a reward, which could prompt the brain to want more sugar later.
In near future, a promising new AIDS vaccine may be able to completely eradicate HIV viruses from the body, a new study has claimed.
Hand gestures may significantly improve problem-solving skills in children, according to a new study.
A new study reports that participants who wrote about their emotions and thoughts were more likely to recover faster from physical and mental wounds.
Even though Chris Hadfield and Star Trek may make space seem somewhat relatable, space still does seem pretty weird things to your body.
Researchers found that the body's circadian system might be responsible for late night cravings and snacks, which increase the risk for obesity.
Past studies found that newborn babies prefer to look at attractive faces. When shown two photographs of faces, babies as young as a day old consistently spent more time looking at the more attractive face. However, a new study has revealed that babies' preference for physiques might not match their affinity for beautiful faces.
Researchers demonstrated how a gene in HIV prevents the human's immune system from naturally fighting the virus.
In recent years, gluten-free foods have proliferated shelves.
The world’s “ugliest woman in the world” was finally laid to rest today in her native Mexico, finally putting a sad chapter to rest in human history.