By Anthony Rivas | Mon, 07/28/2014 - 18:51
Ask men what feature they look at first on a woman, and many will say her eyes. Well, a new study shows that facial features are the key determinant of first impressions.
By Dana Dovey | Mon, 07/28/2014 - 16:44
A new study suggests babies learn fear in the first few days of their life by smelling it in their distressed mother.
By Dana Dovey | Mon, 07/28/2014 - 14:02
At a recent pheromone party in East London, attendees were asked to pick out a potential date based on nothing but the scent of their three-day-old t-shirt.
By Samantha Olson | Sun, 07/27/2014 - 12:13
Obesity has been found to cause hearing loss in mice, confirming previous assumptions between the two health conditions.
By Lecia Bushak | Sat, 07/26/2014 - 17:06
Trees, especially ones in urban settings, can improve human health by reducing air pollution and preventing respiratory disorders.
By Shweta Iyer | Sat, 07/26/2014 - 13:11
Though nanoparticles are widely used in cancer therapy, a new study shows that they could be used for reawakening the immune system so that it can spot tumors and fight them.
By Shweta Iyer | Sat, 07/26/2014 - 12:28
Researchers may be one step closer to stopping early progression of Parkinson’s disease by targeting the inflammation that kills neurons.
By Matthew Mientka | Fri, 07/25/2014 - 13:40
Google is searching to define optimum human health for the individual by analyzing the genomes and medical records of hundreds, and then thousands, of study participants.
By Dana Dovey | Fri, 07/25/2014 - 11:46
Study suggests that although men view niceness as a clearly attractive trait in potential partners, women are more cautious around overly friendly strangers.
By Shweta Iyer | Fri, 07/25/2014 - 11:28
With 700,000 Americans currently living with brain tumors, researchers at the American Brain Tumor Association's annual conference share their findings on possible causes of the condition.
By Dana Dovey | Thu, 07/24/2014 - 17:54
A recent study from Washington State University has found that the health risk from pesticide exposure can stay in your DNA and be passed on to your offspring for up to three generations.
By Chris Weller | Thu, 07/24/2014 - 17:19
A smarter biomaterial that acts as a natural antioxidant could pave the way for minimal scarring after surgery.