"Social class shapes the attitudes that people hold about their abilities, and that in turn has important implications for how class hierarchies perpetuate from one generation to the next."
Use the internet for food recipes, not for products to protect the skin, an expert has warned.
Poor sleep is linked to conditions like obesity, diabetes and heart disease.
Dr. Yashica Robinson said she was "appalled" that rapists could receive a lesser punishment than she would for completing an abortion.
Scientists believe there are more pieces of plastic in the ocean than stars in the Milky Way.
A baby's head can change shape so it can fit through the pelvis during birth.
"Increasing your walking pace in everyday life is a good way to increase fitness levels, particularly in those who are slow walkers," Professor Tom Yates told Newsweek.
Thousands of people each year continue to show symptoms after treatment.
"The public health consequences of these very contentious and media-driven discussions are more important than we knew," according to t recent study.
Some 18 million people in the U.S. alone mediate, but it's hardly not a panacea for all ills, and its benefits may have been exaggerated.
Men have suffered complications including disfigured genitalia.
The day before Randy Herman Jr. killed Brooke Preston, he had got drunk and hid naked in her closet.
“The main joy of being a biologist is that we are continually surprised and this paper certainly did that," an expert told Newsweek.
The global climate underwent “such rapid and unpredictable change that it limited the ability of some people to adapt quickly enough,” a new study argues.
Most people who took part in a survey about attitudes on death said they were worried their loved ones were frightened or in pain.
The latest deaths sparked a six-day-long quarantine in the western Mongolian province of Bayan Olgii.
Fireworks displays were previously stopped due to fears that a pine beetle infestation in the area would cause a fire.
Researchers loaded drones with radiation detectors to investigate the area devastated by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
The risks of using sunscreen are far outweighed by the benefits of protecting your skin from cancer, experts said.
One patient needed 17 trips to the operating theater to be treated for a genital infection.
After hitting the baby, the father then dropped him on his way to fetch some milk.
"Five centuries after his death, during which thousands of scholars have read his works, have discussed his discoveries and have investigated his life from every point of view, there is still a lot...
“The bacteria explosively eats away at the patients cornea in a matter of days,” the doctor warned.
Doctors struggle to remove the bug from the boy's ear because its mouthparts were buried in the eardrum.
“The human consequences of this, particularly drying over large parts of North America and Eurasia, are likely to be severe,” the authors warned.
"We now have the freedom to build many of the intricate structures found in the body," said one of the authors of a new study.
Police believe the "blue bonnet baby formula bandit" stole hundreds of dollars worth of products.
Being Machiavellian doesn't necessarily mean you're a "bad" person, a psychologist told Newsweek on the anniversary of the statesman and writer's birth.