Damaged man or alpha male? A book explores the perception of women when it comes to the man they want.
Research uncovers the parts of the nervous system that lead to depression.
A research team has created a novel prochlorperazine nasal spray formulation that shows promise in treating migraine pain.
A new study found that bad video game behaviors can boost moral sensitivity.
A new study found that many people who give up gluten have not been tested for gluten sensitivity.
A new study aims to uncover the link between a child's allergies to the mother's diet.
A new study found that teens with fibromyalgia continue to have pain as adults.
In a new study, researchers found that a placebo could be as effective as the drug, Maxalt in treating migraines.
Researchers found that breast milk production was tied to an increase in insulin sensitivity during lactation.
A new study confirms previous findings linking colic to migraines, explaining why certain infants might cry excessively despite being healthy.
A new study reports that maternal sensitivity can help deaf children with cochlear implants develop language faster.
Circumcision really does take away bedroom pleasure, according to a new Belgium study.
The next time you want to sleep a little extra, don't feel guilty about it, just tell yourself that extra sleep is only going to help reduce your sensitivity to pain. At least that's what a new research claims. The new study, by researchers at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, claims that sleeping for 10 hours at night instead of the recommended eight hours can help people reduce pain sensitivity, and is even more effective than strong painkillers like codeine. For the study, researchers observed 18 volunteers for four nights and found that those who slept for 10 hours could stand keeping their finger on a heat source for 25 seconds more than those who slept for 8 hours or less.
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.