New research finds another reason to thank your dad this coming Father's Day for nagging you to work hard and not give up.
New research finds that obesity and depression are actually the leading reasons we're yawning incessantly while we're awake.
University of Michigan researchers find that gender disparity in medicine remains, even after controlling for specializations and work titles.
New research from Berkeley shows that sleep deprivation affects brain areas tied to decision-making and not basic reward networks.
New research in Psychological Science suggests that certain group compositions may lead to elevated levels of conflict and inefficiency.
New research in Communication Research uncovers a surprising exception to the typical correlation between TV viewing and decreased self-confidence.
New research from Michigan State University shows that leading by example promotes healthier diets among children than explicit food restrictions.
An eight-week yoga rehabilitation program led to significant improvements in strength, flexibility, balance, and endurance.
A team of archaeologists finds the earliest evidence of differential land access among European farmers in the Neolithic era.
New research shows that shedding the unwanted pounds doesn't erase the prejudice against women with a history of weight issues.
New research in the Journal of Physiology suggests that fructose disrupts learning and memory, but omega-3 fatty acids can help.
In traditionally masculine industries, such as construction, subordinates don't judge female leaders as harshly as their male counterparts when they slip-up.
New research uncovers the lasting changes in the brains of arachnophobes who underwent a two-hour exposure therapy session.
New research suggests that people whose office are 15 miles away from their home get insufficient exercise and are at greater risk of obesity.
New research on food-beverage pairings highlights yet another reason parents should encourage their kids to choose water over soda.
Both male and female subjects in a recent experiment perceived near-naked men in sexualized ads as human beings, but could only see attractive women as objects.
Northwestern University trial provides new biological evidence that dual language speakers have enhanced auditory nervous systems.
A new meta-analysis shows that, even though athletes' pain threshold is similar to that of other active adults, their ability to withstand the agony is superior.
New research shows that, just like in the movies, characters who swear in adolescent literature are presented with more positive attributes.
New research in Psychological Science suggests that mothers and fathers experience greater levels of joy and derive more meaning from life.