Stem cells may be able to repair damaged hearts, a small new study in monkeys finds.
New data strongly suggest that the maximum duration of life is limited, and may have already been reached, researchers say.
Kids who get alternative medicine treatments may not get their flu shots as recommended, new research shows.
People with Crohn's disease have a higher level of a certain fungus in their gut, new research finds.
The relationship between people's religiousness and their views on marijuana legalization is quite complex, a new study finds.
Smoking marijuana may increase the risk of experiencing an episode of psychosis, or a break with reality.
The majority of people fall into one of four personality categories, a recent study from Spain finds.
The mental associations that people with synesthesia make between the sounds they hear, and the images those sounds conjure up, may hold clues to what causes the condition.
Does Fido love you because you feed him, or because you share a special bond? New findings hold clues.
People who think they can get by on very little sleep may be more tired than they realize, a new study finds.
Daydreaming may get a bad rap, but it's actually a useful process for our brains. Here are five interesting discoveries about daydreaming.
Researchers wanted to know what's going on in a dog's brain when its owner is talking. So, they scanned dogs' brains.
When you find a topic really interesting, you might be more likely to have false memories related to tha topic, a new study finds.
A study of pediatricians suggests that more parents are refusing to vaccinate their children, compared with a decade ago. But their reasons are different now.