A British health campaign aims to get men's attention about obesity by appealing to penis-centric psyches.
Not just while high
Parents-to-be can now safely determine their baby's gender, father, and certain chromosomal abnormalities during the first trimester.
The brain registers the anticipation of math -- but crucially, not math itself -- as physical pain.
A small research project "deem[s] possible that exercising at a moderate pace may result in a more proper environment for the sperm production processes."
Mystery and misconceptions continue to surround the biblical scourge contracted by at least 250,000 people each year.
How chronic illness, lifestyle, and access to care differs above and below the poverty line
People living in poverty are twice as likely to be depressed. How chronic illness, lifestyle, and access to care differs above and below the poverty line.
How we process the damages caused by the storms, both super and media
An intensive program was shown to cause lasting changes in the way young children with autism react to social cues.
The benefits of quitting are greater than we thought.
Blood alcohol levels of .08 are enough to affect the brain's plasticity.
Learning how to find a mental "safe place" cut hot flashes by 75 percent.
The Grandmother Hypothesis says our mothers' mothers are why we live so long.
Physical activity correlated with less brain shrinkage in old age. Mental activity did not.
You can still turn this meeting around.
Six simple talking points for preventing undue panic
Adoption is an effective intervention for at-risk kids, and this holds true for those placed with gay and lesbian parents.
A new psychiatric diagnosis for those suffering (yes, suffering) from hypersexuality
Substantiating the popular notion linking creativity and mental illness