Yes, you heard that. Not only swearing in the office is perfectly fine but might even "boost your career," and there are studies to back the claim.
Snow has thinned significantly in the Arctic, particularly on sea ice in western waters near Alaska, a new study has found.
Human milk is an infant food, but for sick and hospitalized babies it's also medicine, suggest a series of articles in a neonatal nursing journal's special issue focused on human milk for sick newborns.
Oceans are on the brink of collapse, according to a new report by the Global Ocean Commission.
The APP's latest guidelines urge parents to start reading aloud to their children beginning at birth.
Dreaded bugs are stronger than ever, according to a new research. In the study, researchers have warned consumers about the prevalence of head lice that have become resistant to insecticides found in commonly used anti-lice shampoos and ointments.
Smoking hookah is certainly addictive and harmful but people might not realize the associated dangers, asserts a new study.
In a new review of published studies, researchers concluded that depression is the second most common cause of disability in the world.
Experts are considering a change in the guidelines set for food allergies.
In a new report, experts outlined why cancer care in the U.S. in in crisis.ca