It may sound like a fairytale, but experts are claiming that simply thinking about your romantic partner can give you a "rush of good stress" that seems to both unlock new reserves of energy and improve mood.
As people grow older, they lose brain cells that act as "sleep switch". The researchers say that this reduction in a certain kind of cells reduces quality of sleep in seniors.
Obese postmenopausal women react differently to breast cancer treatment, a new study has found.
Regular consumption of instant noodles, including ramen, can increase cardiometabolic syndrome risk, a new study suggests.
Teenagers who get fewer hours of sleep each day hare at a higher risk of developing obesity by the time they are 21 years old, a new study shows.
Children with autism have higher number of synapses than their peers, a new study shows. The extra neuronal networks are due to the decreased pruning.
New research has shown that common ingredients in sunscreens can become toxic after washing off in the ocean, threatening essential marine and harming ecosystems as a whole. These same toxins could be seeping into users' skin, causing some to worry that this tool of cancer prevention is actually raising their risk.
Polio is considered nearly eradicated worldwide, however, new disturbing research shows that a mutated virus was able to resist the vaccine protection, potentially leading to future outbreaks.
A majority of teenagers in Britain report that access to pornography online leads to unrealistic and often, damaging views about sex.
A new study suggests that antioxidants in coffee can help lower gum disease risk.
Being obese in the thirties is associated with higher dementia risk in old age, a new study suggests.
The deadly Ebola virus that is sweeping across west Africa, infecting and killing thousands of people, is thought have had originated in small and unassuming animals. Researchers have stumbled upon a number of carriers of the disease in the animal kingdom, where it is just as much an epidemic as it is in urban Africa. Some hope that finding the source of the disease will help them understand how it suddenly became so prevalent among humans.
Seals and sea lions may be behind human cases of tuberculosis, one of the most persistent and deadliest infectious diseases in the world, according to new research.
Breastfeeding is associated with lower risk of postnatal depression, a new study by the University of Cambridge has found.