A new study claims that kind children are happier and more popular with their peer groups.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug called Eliquis, developed for treating patients suffering from atrial fibrillation.
Chronic use of alcohol and marijuana during youth is associated with poorer neural structure, function, and metabolism, as well as worsened neurocognitive abilities into later adolescence and adulthood.
A new study sheds light on the evolution of bats' flight, their resistance to viruses and their long life span.
Researchers have solved the mystery shrouding the death of Egyptian king Ramses III, who ruled from around 1187 B.C. until his death in 1156 B.C.
Scientists have found an explanation as to why Rudolph, Santa's lead reindeer pulling the sleigh through the night on Christmas Eve, has a red nose.
A scientist has created a gel based on mussels' ability to adhere to objects like rocks and boat hulls.
In a first, scientists have found clear evidence suggesting that cheese was made more than 7,000 years ago in Northern Europe.
Auditory systems of male and female house sparrows differ depending on the seasons, finds a new study.
A nostalgic feeling is an effective way of keeping oneself warm during cold nights, reveals a new study.
A new study has debunked the popular myth which suggests a link between lunar cycles and the prevalence of psychological problems in humans.
Subterranean rodents have evolved different mechanisms to fight off cancer.
Nail biting has so far been considered a plain habit that relieves the stress in oneself.
Researchers have discovered that the female African white-browed sparrow weavers can sing the male-typical solo song via an increase in testosterone hormones.