Teens frequently exposed to movies featuring liquor consumption were apparently twice as likely to have alcohol-related problems in real life.
Forty really is the new 20.
“The infants’ behaviors are not merely reflexive responses to the novelty of surprising outcomes but instead reflect deeper attempts to learn about aspects of the world that failed to accord with expectations,” said Aimee Stahl, the study’s lead author.
According to a team of researchers from Saarland University in Germany, an hour long nap can greatly improve memory performance.
Perhaps it’s time to rethink the stereotype of the cranky old man.
The researchers say this study is a step towards identifying specific foods that can trigger an addictive response.
The research, out of King’s College in London, reveals that nearly a quarter of new cases of psychotic disorders are linked with the use of “high potency ‘skunk-like’ cannabis.”
Health: New Study On Successful Online Dating Finds Certain Words Are More Likely To Lead To Love, Others Are A Turn-Off
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, a new study on successful online dating. Certain words are more likely to lead to love, others are a turn-off – the Internet’s ABC’s of love.
The one thing you do at night that could derail your diet, there’s new research on the sleep connection.
If you’ve ever wondered whether those Sundays you spent binge-watching Downton Abbey or Homeland are a sign of something more serious, stop and take a breath: They might be.
If you’re like many people, you might read an entire book or sit through a whole television show only to realize you recall basically nothing about it.
Researchers say use of birth control pills or other hormonal contraceptives did seem to up the risk for glioma, and that risk appeared to rise with duration of use; however, the findings should be taken with a grain of salt.
Looking to start 2015 off by eating healthy? You might want to pick up some whole grains, such as oatmeal.
If you tend to feel intense guilt over things that happened in your past – and replay them over and over in your mind – you might want to read this.
Health: Study Finds Using Light-Emitting Electronic Devices Before Bedtime Could Be Keeping You Awake Longer
Many of us spend hours in front of our electronic devices in the evening hours. Now, a new study finds that could be the reason you’re not getting enough sleep.