DNA might be responsible for Danish happiness, according to a new study.
Can't get rid of your poker face? New research you might have serious heart and lung conditions.
A new study reported that an educational preparation program can reduce the risk of complications for pregnant women dealing with high levels of stress.
According to a new study, emotions, in general, could spread rapidly between social network users.
Researchers at Clemson studied how emotions like happiness, pain, stress, sadness and fatigue vary during travel and found that people are in best mood whilst they are bicycling, compared to other modes of transportation.
A new study found that narcissists can feel empathy when instructed to do so.
A new study found that cancer center advertisements use emotion more than facts.
A new study found that cerebral blood flow levels increase for girls and decrease for boys after puberty.
A new study reported that a computer system was more accurate in detecting falsified expressions in comparison to humans.
A new study found that emotionally charged scenes can affect heartbeat and blood pressure.
A new study found that NCAA football players had a smaller hippocampus in comparison to non-playing peers of the same age and education level.
Anger may be more effective than sadness when it comes to persuasive anti-smoking commercials. New research from researchers at Dartmouth and Cornell University said that the latest findings suggest that anti-smoking advertisements should appeal to viewers' anger rather than sorrow.
A new study found that false-positive mammograms did not discourage women from getting future breast screenings.
Feeling less emotional may indicate a shrinking brain, according to a new study.
According to researchers from Ohio State University, there are 15 additional facial expressions.
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.