A new study will test the effects of taking a chocolate capsule on health.
Contagious yawning might decrease with age but is not at all related to variables such as empathy, tiredness and energy levels, a new research has found. The findings of the study are contrasting with previous studies that suggested a connection between contagious yawning and empathy.
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.
African elephants are able to spot the different ethnic groups after hearing them speak just a few sentences, according to a new study. They are also able to distinguish between men and women and between adult and child.
Contacts - whether romantic or sexual - at places like bars is not positive and consensual in every case, a new study that examines bar-based sexual aggression has found.
Firefighters who died of heart attacks and other problems such as stroke were doing vigorous physical activity before the attack, a new study has found.
According to a new study, secondary thyroid cancer is more deadly than a primary malignancy for young adult patients.
Researchers found that humans and dogs process sounds similarly.
A new study tied antidepressant Paxil to promoting breast cancer.
If a woman loves his mate and suddenly she stops it, evolution has to be blamed. A new research has come up with the findings that explains how woman's preferences for mates changes according to the menstrual cycle.
Researchers reported that over 14 percent of American women are prescribed narcotic painkillers during pregnancy.
A new study reported that giving pregnant women advice on diet and exercise can reduce the likelihood of giving birth to an overweight infant.
A new study found that in married couples today, wives tend to have higher education levels.
Researchers reported that under-nutrition can be a serious problem for dementia patients.
A new study reported that firstborn males might have a greater risk of obesity due to poor insulin sensitivity.
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.