Tangles in the brain are believed to be a sign of Alzheimer's disease.
Scientists found that students in dorms who have air conditioning in heat waves do better on cognitive tests than students who live with the hot temperatures.
Intense sports fandom has given some people heart attacks and others a sense of national identity.
Digital motion sickness, or cybersickness, creates a dissonant response in the brain that leads the body to believe it’s in motion, this time after watching moving digital content.
“It's yet another good reason to pack the condoms for the summer holidays—and actually use them,” one doctor said.
Our experiences and genetics shape our brains, according to neuropsychologists
The accessory might be more dangerous than you thought, according to a recent study.
The five-month-old sisters will undergo medical examinations to determine if they're suitable candidates for separation depending on which organs they share.
Since it is possible that some hormone combinations or doses pose a lower risk than others, more research is needed to look at specific hormone regimens more closely.
Phenolic acids are believed to protect against such diseases as coronary heart disease, cancer, and stroke.
“It’s a heavy cost for patients, their families, and society itself.”
The study identifies a link between environmental temperature and children's metabolism.
A growing body of research is questioning the benefits of multivitamins.
The man was left with second- and third-degree burns after the explosion.
Three assisted living center employees were arrested by Georgia police after the trio appeared in a profanity-laden Snapchat video titled "The End" while standing over a dying elderly woman.
Scientists investigated how a baby’s diet could affect their sleep.
The test measures nine factors that can calculate a person's biological, rather than chronological, age.
Angela Wright's apartment was sprayed, but the brown recluse spiders remained.
Knowing your heart rate isn't as simple as you'd think—but it's a crucial indicator of health.
High testosterone does more than boost your sex drive.
An experimental HIV vaccine triggered an immune response in a clinical trial.
The researchers showed that not offering mammograms to women at low risk could reduce the harm associated with screening.
Hundreds of deaths are caused by drowsy driving in the U.S. each year. And changing the design of car seats could prevent drivers from dozing off, researchers believe.
Researchers believe ex-smokers not only relapse because of the physical cravings of cigarettes, but also psychological ones.
Tuberculosis is a highly contagious bacteria that can be spread through the air.
Researchers say shedding some pounds might ease loneliness.
The disorder can stop a person from breathing, which reduces levels of oxygen in the blood.
An estimated 100 trillion microbes live in and on our bodies—and scientists believe their makeup could impact our overall health.
Having high levels of body fat and low muscle mass could pose a double threat to cognitive health, scientists fear.
Following these habits appeared to slash the risk of becoming obese by 75 percent, scientists found.