The rate of reported suicide attempts was higher for transgender people who said they had been denied access to bathrooms than it was for those who said they had not been, claims a new study.
A study shows the children's reading rates increased by 13 percent when they were given mild electric shocks.
Potential adopters consider them to be as attractive as other dogs if labels are removed, the study says.
More than 40 of the top 50 cities are in Latin America, with four in the U.S.
Researchers say the 2015 Nepal earthquake and the landslides it caused paint a picture of what may happen in the Pacific Northwest, from California to British Columbia.
Researchers have identified 139 U.S. counties where crops could suffer most from the declining population.
Researchers see the disease accelerate in mice that received antioxidants.
Investigation shows 6.2 million tons of discarded electronics went missing in 2012.
Researchers matched cave wall inscriptions dating to the 1500s to stalagmite analyses.
The GOP presidential candidate recently said there's "nothing that can't be done without fetal tissue."
The study found a large drop only in killings involving guns, not in homicides carried out in other ways.
Study finds radiation effects from cosmic rays could result in cognitive impairment in astronauts.
The report's authors warn that their findings may have been exacerbated by the Coalition government's cuts.
The study identified households where sewage was being misdirected into waterways.
If confirmed, the study would bolster the theory that Mars at one time possibly sustained life.
The report has found that people are far more likely to overdose from alcohol than from smoking cannabis.
The City of Light's tourist, leisure and catering industries have taken a hit in the month since deadly attacks.
Researchers say powerful individuals self-prioritize, and may even be inhibited by others' inspiring stories.
A study of older cyclists found that living an active lifestyle makes your body appear younger.
Medics at the University of Abderdeen found that the heart does not heal itself as quickly as previously thought
Researchers found baby blankets and other soft bedding are still commonly used, despite a suffocation risk.
A new study links kinds of toys related to injuries, and suggests how to prevent emergency room visits.
A British study has found that the poor have on average eight fewer teeth than the wealthy by the time they're 70
Research published Monday in the 'Microbiome' journal examines how intimate kissing shapes oral microbial communities.
Though turnout was dismal, a study shows the "I'm a Voter" app may have brought more people to the polls