New research shows how blood from the expectant mother and saliva from the father are enough to safely sequence the whole fetal genome.
New research shows that the direction of a person's gaze has nothing to do with his or her honesty.
New research estimates that one in 12 adolescents have persistent bouts of rage that involve property damage and violence toward others.
Results of a new randomized controlled trial show that adding a physical activity intervention to usual care does not reduce symptoms of depression.
New research from Carnegie Mellon University finds that parents are 52 percent less likely to develop colds compared to non-parents.
New research in Nature Neuroscience shows that stimulation during sleep can reinforce memories and enhance your skills.
New research suggests that dissonant rock music arouses listeners because its sound is similar to the ones made by animals in distress.
New research from Norway shows that women who were afraid of delivery spent an hour and a half more in labor than those with no such anxiety.
The first study to map food allergies across the U.S. finds that children in urban areas are at greatly reduced risk of dangerous peanut and shellfish allergies.
Shopaholics, rejoice. New research from Northwestern shows that it's possible to proactively curb stress from an expected setback.
Regular, moderate coffee consumption may reduce the risk of heart failure, according to new research from the American Heart Association.
A single intravenous injection of a lipid-based gas-filled solution brought 15 minutes worth of life-saving oxygen to rabbits with completely blocked airways.
UCLA researchers look at crime locations in Sacramento and find that, contrary to what many assume, they don't revolve around medical marijuana outlets.
Preliminary findings by USC researchers suggest that, the more we indulge in sweets, the more we can't live without them.
An analysis of the breast milk of 83 less fortunate moms shows that they produced richer, more nutritious milk for their little girls.
After eight months of this mild exercise, healthy Chinese seniors in a recent randomized controlled trial boasted major brain-related benefits.
New research shows that older women aren't immune from the body dissatisfaction and weight issues that are often only associated with young girls.
Yes, caffeine helps. But new research shows that the moderate noise level in cafés also perks up your creative cognition.
A small, exploratory study suggests that social media may be a new way for parents to get the support they need during this stressful period of transition.
New research suggests that, to get rid of these disgusting urban pests, it's best to go straight to the professionals.