Researchers reported that unpaid rent and utility bills could increase women's chances of becoming obese.
Black holes, which are formed from the first stars in our universe, used to heat the gas throughout the space later than earlier belief, according to a new study.
A new study has supported the fact that religiousness is related to love of neighbors.
Pancreatic cancer is rare to get diagnosed without any screening test. It has also become the fourth-leading cause of cancer deaths in the US.
A new UCLA study found that men who married at age 25 or older have better bone health.
Having an irregular and topsy-turvy sleep cycle causes havoc deep inside our DNA, according to new study.
A new groundbreaking study that provides new insight into galactic evolution has found that our milky way galaxy might have formed the inside-out.
Effects of supplements and multivitamins on cardiovascular disease, cancer, mortality and cognitive decline is not as significant as they promise, a new study has find.
A new study examines the consequences of feelings that are inspired by physicians. The study explores the reasons behind patients' reaction to the shame- or guilt-provoking experience that promotes health as well as avoidances.
The cost of giving birth at hospital might vary by tens of thousands of dollars, a new study has found.
A new study has challenged the notion that Y chromosomes are largely unimportant and will no longer exist in the next 5 million years. The study has based its findings on a comparison of Y chromosomes in eight African and eight European men.
Nestle SA is all set for a biotechnological partnership with Cellular Dynamics International (CDI), according to a report from Wall Street Journal.
People put most of their efforts in communicating and staying in touch with just handful of close friends and family, according to a new study. They also follow operating unconscious 1-in, 1-out policies that keeps the communication pattern remain same even when their friendship changes.
Four billion years ago, the Earth’s mantle was hotter than that of today, a new study finds. The temperatures were so high that the crust simply melted back into the mantle.
Vitamin E may slow functional decline in patients suffering mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease, a new study reveals. Functional decline includes problems with everyday tasks such as shopping, cooking and traveling.
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.