A new study reveals that mothers need more support to overcome their breastfeeding worries.
A new study on murderers reveals that they are not all the same. The findings reveal that the minds of those who kill impulsively or out of rage are very different than the minds of those who carefully carry out premeditated crimes.
Babies who were breastfed grow up with more potential and social mobility, according to a new study,
Researchers from the University of Adelaide found that babies with the most weight gain during their first month of life had higher IQ scores by the age of six.
Scientists have found numerous characteristics that set brilliant geniuses apart from ordinary Joes. Besides a high score on a math test, studies have linked certain personalities and physical traits to higher intelligence. Here are five bizarre traits scientific studies have linked to intelligence.
Researchers report that pregnant women who were iodine deficient gave birth to children with lower IQs.
Will your kid strike it rich? Scientists say parents might be able to find out their children's future salary just by looking at their kid's math and reading test scores at age seven.
A new study has linked mild iodine deficiency in the womb to lower scores on literacy tests.
Researchers found that women who perform as well as men on the SAT do not go into a career in sciences due to gender barriers and stereotypes.
It goes against everything our parents have told us, but new research on teenagers suggest that those who burn the midnight oil are more likely to be healthier, wealthier and wiser than early risers.
Newborn mice implanted with human brain cells grew up to be significantly more intelligent than normal mice, according to a new study. Besides providing insight into the development of the human brain, investigators believe the latest findings could also have major implications for the treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders in humans.
Women have smaller but more efficient brains than men. Based on the latest findings, bigger doesn't always mean better. The study found that even though a woman's brain is slightly smaller than a man's, her brain uses less energy and fewer brain cells to achieve the same or even better results
Rubbishing the current methods of calculating a person's Intelligence Quotient or IQ, researchers from Western University, after conducting the largest online intelligence study on record, conclude that the notion of measuring one's IQ by a singular, standardized test is highly misleading. The study had included 100,000 participants and their test was open to anyone in the world.