Scientists treated men with testosterone and assessed their ability to empathize.
The research adds to the evidence that tests don't only measure how smart individuals are, but also other skills like perseverance and motivation, an expert told "Newsweek."
"Artificially sweetened beverages are often considered by the consumers as safe alternatives to sugary drinks since they provide very few calories but their effects on long term health remain very uncertain," an expert told Newsweek.
Officials said the man was in his 60s.
"Nutrition does not just depend on how much you eat but what you eat and this case illustrates that fact," his doctor told Newsweek.
Scientists studied the feces of people from around the world.
"I think it's pretty profound that our species has shaped the brains of another species on the planet," a scientist who worked on the study told "Newsweek."
"Limiting the temperature increase during the 21st century will help to avoid it," an expert told Newsweek.
"This case demonstrates that even relatively small domestic animals may be able to inflict lethal injuries," an expert said.
It is illegal to interfere with the animals in Australia.
The brains could be used to develop treatments for conditions including epilepsy.
Hernán Olave is unable to move his legs and relies on his parents' care following the procedure.
The president of the Volusia United Educators union acknowledged Brian Wheeler had made a poor decision performing the chore naked.
The study comes as 1,215 people have been diagnosed with measles due to an outbreak in the U.S.
A dietitian told Newsweek that competitive eating can carry long-term risks including developing cancer.
Scientists used the groundbreaking CRISPR technique to create the lizards.
An investigator said the children's cribs at the couple's home were stained with blood and urine.
The infants took a batch specially prepared for babies.
Scientists fed pregnant mice high-fat diets, and observed their children to see if it affected their chances of developing Alzheimer's-like symptoms.
"Even marginal increases in handgun prevalence may be impactful," researchers said.
The father of two is in a critical condition after catching the bug.
"Our findings underscore the importance of taking time when making important decisions, as you might make a different decision if you just wait a few minutes," an author of the study said.
Scientists studied tissue and mice to find out more about the link between the conditions.
Scientists studied hundreds of athletes across sports including swimming, cycling, soccer, rowing, hockey, sailing and athletics.
The boy's mother put her boyfriend in charge of disciplining him, according to police.
Researchers compared cardiovascular risk factors in people who did and didn't own dogs to find out if owning a pooch was beneficial.
Scientists have predicted which years could be the most dangerous for worshippers.
Researchers looked at the relationship between the fat and compounds linked to diabetes and obesity.