A new study may make you think twice before posting romantic relationship content via social media; it suggests those who do so are trying to brag and mitigate fears of rejection.
A new study led by a researcher from the CDC finds that 2 in every 5 American adults are expected to develop type 2 diabetes during their lifetime.
Low-cost antenatal steroid injections can prevent death and disability in newborn babies, but a new study finds only half of eligible women are able to access these drugs.
Although exercise is beneficial for patients who have survived a heart attack, new research finds that running more than 30 miles per week can increase risk of death.
Focusing on brain areas involved in threat processing and aggressive behavior, researchers have found a neural circuit in the brain where testosterone influences male aggression.
Using a silk protein and a collagen-based gel, scientists form Tufts University have created a 3D tissue model that can simulate brain functions.
The experimental drug administered to two American missionaries infected with Ebola has been compared to treatments developed in the 1880s and 1890s for diphtheria and pneumonia.
A quick and inexpensive method to make anti-cancer molecules - already proven to be effective against colon cancer cells - has been created by researchers from the UK.
A new study from the American Heart Association details how the impact of risk factors related to cardiovascular disease are greater in women and black people.
A novel molecule named Myheart prevented heart failure in mice by blocking a damaging protein, according to researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine.
According to a new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics, concussions arising from a blow to the top of the head are more likely to make young athletes lose consciousness.
A new 'smart' baby monitor is designed to track, learn and predict a baby’s sleep habits, optimal sleep conditions and well-being, giving parents mountains of data.
A new study finds that among patients with the most common form of lupus - systemic lupus erythematosus - 1 in 6 are readmitted to the hospital within 30 days of being discharged.
Researchers from the National Cancer Institute have found that lung cancer incidence rates are falling in the US, varying between different demographic groups and cancer subtypes.
Researchers from the Netherlands find that delivery by elective C-section significantly reduces the risk of death for breech babies, compared with vaginal delivery.
A new study finds that - despite the improvements to physical health - there is no clear psychological benefit associated with losing weight.
Music can give us a sense of power, particularly if it has high levels of bass, according to a new study by researchers at Northwestern University.
A study from Rutgers University finds that anorexia is not only fueled by negative emotions; skewed positive emotions - such as pride about weight loss - can encourage the illness.
Graduate psychology students receive little teaching on military medical ethics, despite the American Psychology Association's ties with the military, according to a new study.
A long-term US study of over 65,000 women finds the more coffee women drink, the less likely they are to report symptoms of tinnitus or ringing in the ears.