A new Welsh study says that 76 percent of girls who self-harm will end up hospitalized, compared to only 49 percent of boys. But the ultimate goal is early intervention, say doctors.
A new study from Spain's University of Cordoba suggests that young people who display a competitive or hostile personality are more likely to use illegal drugs.
The U.S. Department of Education's National Center for Educational Statistics released a report that noted "no measurable differences" in the students' average reading and mathematics scores.
Relating the memory research to humans could help us understand conditions such as Alzheimer's and dementia in which memory breaks down.
Replicating findings of many studies is much more difficult than it seems.
A new statistical model anticipates run and pass plays in real NFL games, and could become an indispensable tool for coaches.
A new study found that the order of search engine results can sway voter preference enough to significantly affect elections.
New research failed to link teenage marijuana use to depression, cancer, and other ailments
Liberal or Conservative? How Your Brain Reacts to Disgusting Images Reveals Your Political Affiliation
Want to tell whether someone's conservative or liberal at heart? Wire them up and show them horrible pictures, say scientists
Mostly, that we were right about weed back in 1993—it's not great for you.
The method could provide clues to the Earth's climate in the past and predict future climate patterns
Doctors found changes in mitochondria of veterans of the first Gulf War suffering from a variety of mysterious aliments
A new tally of deaths from the degenerative disease would put it just under cancer and heart disease