Sociologist Tim Wadsworth recently discovered a component that factors into a person’s satisfaction with their sex life – the sex lives of others.
A new study has found that freezing nerves could help to alleviate pain in people who chronically suffer from it.
A new study suggests that singing lullabies to premature children staying in the neonatal intensive care unit may have beneficial effects on the baby’s sleeping, eating and heart rate.
U.S. doctors are prescribing enough antibiotics to give them to 4 out of 5 Americans every year, an alarming pace that suggests they are being overused, a new government study finds.
A new study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and prevention found that one out of every five teenagers who gives birth is not a new mother.
Researchers at the Guttmacher Institute have found that younger teens are engaging in sex far less frequently than the general public may think.
While buying unhealthier foods might save time, and consuming them may feel good in the moment, new research suggests that the practice could be emotionally detrimental in the long run.
Two new studies have found that mercury emissions are on the rise all over the planet, resulting in contamination for a vast majority of the world’s fish population.
A new study has found that a significant portion of women who are diagnosed with breast cancer suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder after finding out the devastating news.
According to a new study out of the University of Edinburgh, there may be a newly discovered benefit to limiting one’s food intake – curbing the spread of infectious diseases.