New research shows that men who eat more omega-3 polyunsaturated fats found in fish and plant oils have better formed sperm.
Charlie Sheen would be so proud. In a recent experiment, those who beat their peers became more hostile after a win and really rubbed it in.
New research shows that undergraduates who binge drink or have lower grades are more likely to engage in unsafe sex freshman year.
Around one in 13 teens are abused on dates. Here, Psychology of Violence editor Sherry Hamby shares how parents can intervene.
New research from Tel Aviv shows that starting the day with a full meal that includes a sweet dessert contributes to weight loss success.
A new survey out of Colorado suggests that a different approach to smoking cessation might be necessary for the LGBT community.
Research shows that employees who regularly exercise don't just bolster physical health, but also safeguard psychological well-being.
Forget brain food. Research from Northumbria University suggests that exposure to the aroma of rosemary improves cognitive performance.
New research from a team at the University of Michigan shows that simply saying something is the final one makes people enjoy it more.
Yes, it gets better. But research by clinical psychologist Brian Mustanski shows love and support from family can help in the meantime.
Teammates in a dieting challenge significantly improved each other's outcomes, suggesting that shedding pounds can have a ripple effect.
New research from the University of Melbourne shows employees with easier-to-pronounce monikers are more likely to get promoted.
The rewards of a vibrant small business sector go beyond economics: Research shows places that rely on large retailers have more problems.
Common hypnotic drugs like Ambien, Sonata, and Lunesta may significantly increase mortality and cancer risk, new research suggests.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins estimate that nearly 23 million Americans should start using hearing aids or risk poor cognitive functioning.
Chinese mom and human development scholar Desiree Qin discusses healthful ways to build expectations and manage an acculturation gap.
New research underscores the need for early diagnosis of depression, as it leads to peer aggression and social exclusion in school.
A new meta-analysis of nine studies suggests that the consumption of cannabis impairs motor tasks that are important to safe driving.
Even if you're not yet thirsty, a lack of water may be affecting your disposition, energy level, and ability to concentrate, according to a new study.
New research suggests that a traditional points system may not be the best way to measure learning progress and encourage engagement.