According to a new study, Facebook encourages its users to only consider the information that confirms their beliefs and ignore any incompatible ideas
The DEA has eased up on some of the protocol restrictions for researchers who are studying the medicinal effects of cannabidiol.
Most Americans these days are known to pop pills for conditions like blood pressure or inject insulin for diabetes
Anti-vaccination websites are tricking people into believing that vaccines are dangerous, a new study reported.
If you are amongst those people who had sex in a hotel room and thought, it was better then you are not alone
In a new study, it was revealed that only a handful of students smoked cigarettes or cigars. Most of them were seen smoking marijuana suggests a recent study.
People with tooth loss do not have their quality of life interfered with provided they still have a certain number and type of teeth left, a new study has found.
Researchers have discovered how feedback between cells, as well as molecular factors, helps shape cortical development during mouse embryogenesis, according to a new study.
Current treatments for breast cancer are more effective than previous therapies, according to a new research involving comparison of recurrence and outcome patterns.
The nervous system may play a bigger role in infections and autoimmune diseases than previously known, according to a new study.
External artificial pancreas improves glucose control and reduces the risk of hypoglycemia compared to conventional diabetes treatment, according to world's first clinical trial that compared three alternative treatments for type 1 diabetes.
Brains of some people may be pre-wired to acquire a second language, a new research suggests. The research added that anyone who tries to move beyond their mother tongue will likely gain a brain boost.
Deaf teenagers have better reading skills if they were identified as deaf by the time they were nine months old, a new study has found.
Monkeys can lean simple brain-stimulation patterns that represent their hand and arm position, and can then make use of this information precisely to execute reaching maneuvers, a new study has shown.
A well structured education intervention improves knowledge and emergency management for patients at risk for anaphylaxis and their caregivers, a new study has found.
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.