Washington D. C, Feb 12 : While "vaping" has been seen as a healthier alternative to smoking, a new study has provided more evidence on the potential harmful effects of e-cigarettes.
A University of Louisville researcher Daniel J. Conklin will discuss his early research at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting.
Washington, Feb 12 : Why some men think that all women want to sleep with them comes down to their "attachment style," according to a new study.
Research has shown that in general, men have a tendency to misjudge a woman's sexual intent, often based on individual or situational factors such as alcohol intoxication.
Washington D. C, Feb 12 : Due to their cholesterol content, their reputation has been perceived as "bad" for quite some time, but now eggs are back in the game with a new study revealing that they don't increase the risk of heart attack.
Washington D. C, Feb 11 : Fighting depression can really be tough, but if you combine meditation and aerobic exercise together you can beat it, according to a new study.
The study found that this mind and body combination, done twice a week for only two months, reduced the symptoms for a group of students by 40 percent.
Washington D. C, Feb 11 : A team of researchers has developed a new malaria treatment that offers hope in the global race to beat the parasite's deadly new resistance.
The team from Stanford University, collaborating with the MRC in Cambridge, the University of California, San Francisco and the Universities of Melbourne used cutting-edge technology to design a smarter drug to combat the resistant strain.
London, Feb 10 : Smoking pot isn't the same today as it was 20 years ago, according to a new study that suggests marijuana potency is on the rise.
Washington D. C, Feb 10 : To be a successful group, coordination is important and for that, you need to find companions, who march to the beat of your own drum, according to a new study.
The McGill University finding has the potential to help us predict for each person how successful they will be in a group task, depending on how similar their partners are to them in their internal rhythms.
Washington D. C, Feb 10 : Barley has come to our rescue as a recent study reveals that it can rapidly improve people's health by reducing blood sugar levels and risk for diabetes.
The Lund University study found that the secret lies in the special mixture of dietary fibres found in barley, which can also help reduce people's appetite and risk for cardiovascular disease.
Washington D. C., Feb. 9 : Researcher claim that their recent research on the brain and memory can help in developing therapies for people suffering from schizophrenia and Alzheimer.
Researchers from the University of Guelph said that their work sheds new light on the internal workings of the brain, specifically regions involved in recognising and remembering objects.
London, Feb 8 : Your positive or negative thinking is more than just a personality trait. If you consider yourself an optimistic person, bad news: your sunny outlook makes you more prone to depression, according to a new research.