Researchers found that when obese male mice reproduced, their children had higher levels of body fat in comparison to the offspring of normal weight mice parents.
Researchers found that the number of hours a child sleeps could be tied to genetics.
Researchers found that people who suffer from migraines and depression tended to have smaller brains.
A blood test may soon become available that determines the risk of postpartum depression for pregnant women.
As many as 10 percent of suicides occur in people who have no history of mental health problems.
Using the genetic sequencing firm Illumina, the test will provide information about 97 genes that influence the risk of cancer.
Got bunions? A new study reveals that people should blame their family and not their shoes for their deformed toes.
Yesterday, actress Angelina Jolie came forward with a confession that startled many people: earlier this year, she had chosen to undergo a double mastectomy to remove her breasts, and is planning on having another surgery to remove her ovaries.
Congenital heart disease is one of the most common abnormalities in babies, affecting nearly 1 percent of all newborns.
The school has a strict “long hair rule” forbidding boys from having long hair.
The study has caused an outcry among many members of the scientific community, many of whom call the work dangerous and irresponsible.
Anyone who practices yoga knows that it is good for you – and may even constantly tell their friends so.
Iceland has created an incest app that will inform people of their genetic ties in order to prevent accidental incest.
Despite the fact that a solid 10 percent of people are left-handed, researchers have no idea how they exist.
Will you survive chemotherapy? A new study suggests that it all depends on your genes.