Babies conceived in May are 10% more likely to be premature, a new Princeton University study finds.
Scientists investigate olive oil and mouse brains.
Red wine, or white? Your preference in wine (and drinks) says a lot about your social habits and personality, reveals new research.
Doctors are on the front lines of medical cost containment. So the recent finding that younger, less experienced doctors “cost” us more money than older, more experienced ones may offer some clues to what it takes to cut medical expenses.
Tracie Afifi, PhD and her colleges knew that there hasn’t be a study quite like theirs—on the effects physical punishments as children and their mental state as adults—so they set out to find out just how much of a correlation could be drawn between the two.
An economic downturn isn’t good for homebuyers, retailers and now, according to a study out of the University of Kansas, women in committed relationships.
New weight loss studies pop up every day. But here’s a different take on the same old story. It’s not the food you eat, but rather how many times you chew each bite of it.
Most women yearn to be tall, with the long legs of a supermodel. However, a new study conducted at Oxford University and published in The Lancet Oncology could make shorter females content, and even happy, with their lesser stature.