American Academy of Pediatrics warns parents about the possible effect of virtual violence exposure to their children
A new study suggests that children who are often hungry are more likely to become impulsive and violent later on in their life.
New study shows that adding omega-3 rich diet in any known treatment of childhood aggression can lessen the negative behavior in short term.
Violent, attacking rage in mice could be turned on and off by brain adjustments in a recent study. Researchers say that learning more about brain circuitry regarding aggression in male mice could lend clues later to what drives human actions.
Vikings are infamous for their plundering and pillaging, but new research finds that the Viking Age may have been triggered by trade, and wasn't as violent as previously thought.