A recent study suggests that being generous not only makes you feel good, it changes the region of the brain associated with happiness and altruism.
According to a study, teens who go from smoking marijuana occasionally to using it every week or every day, significantly increase their risk of psychosis.
A new study is the first of its kind to back many migraine sufferers’ claims that marijuana both prevents and treats these agonizing headaches.
Researchers say a molecule found in the brain associated with immunity has been found to play a large role in social interaction, giving us insight into autism.
The rate of diabetes worldwide quadrupled between 1980 and 2014, and the WHO says things will get worse if we do not tackle the issues at hand.
A new test developed by Cornell University researchers may help diagnose stroke within 10 minutes…as long as people know the symptoms.
A study has uncovered a link between gut bacteria and the onset of Parkinson’s disease, and could lead to a new way of treating one of the world’s most debilitating diseases.
Scientists have created genetically engineered microalgae that have the potential to spread and to cause health and environmental problems.
A new study claiming dietary guideline limits on sugar are inaccurate is the food industry’s latest attempt at planting doubts in buyers’ minds.
Resveratrol, an antioxidant found in foods like grapes and blueberries, was shown in a new study to reduce aortic stiffening in people with diabetes.
Everyone loves a cold, refreshing glass of fruit juice. But does it cause weight gain in children? Here is what one study has to say.
A brain scan study shows that using GPS devices apparently “shuts off” the planning and navigational activity of the hippocampus and prefrontal cortex.
After 1000s of parents said that MiraLAX laxative caused their children “neuropsychiatric issues,” Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia studied the matter.
When a Rush University assistant professor rigged vending machines to make people wait 25 seconds for unhealthy snacks, more people chose healthier foods.
A Canadian study shows that many patients with gastrointestinal problems, mental health issues, and/or chronic pain choose cannabis over prescription drugs.
Americans’ stress levels have increased measurably for the first time in a decade, and the future of the country is one of the biggest stressors.
A federal lawsuit accuses the maker of the Prevagen memory supplement of making false and unsubstantiated claims about the efficacy of the pills.