A "mismatch" between an employee's inner needs and the characteristics of his or her job can be a recipe for burnout, a new study finds.
Hypnosis may help kids with certain health problems, such as stomach pain or anxiety, say research scientists who have studied hypnotherapy in children.
As the expectations for husbands and wives have changed over time, so have the factors that may affect a couple's risk of divorce, a new study shows.
A molar pregnancy, also called hydatidiform mole, is an abnormal growth of placental tissue in a woman's uterus.
About one in 10 American adults has a persistent ringing in the ears, a condition called chronic tinnitus, a new study suggests.
Users of increasingly popular street drugs called synthetic cannabinoids are showing some incredibly strange behaviors.
Women who wear a sexy outfit in a job application photo may have a much better shot of landing an interview, a new study that involved mostly male job recruiters finds.
Some skin flaws are harmless and purely cosmetic concerns, while others should be looked at by a doctor. Here's a guide to treating both types.
If you want to remember something you just learned, you may want to exercise 4 hours after learning it, a new study suggests.
Kids who frequently get migraines may be more likely to have low levels of certain vitamins, a new study finds.
In a new study, researchers reviewed all the science on the five drugs approved in the U.S. for people who want to lose weight.
But sometimes, bugs get a bad rap -- most are beneficial to people. But a small percentage of them can affect our health.
More evidence shows there may be a link between migraine headaches and heart disease in women, researchers say.
People can use their intuition to made decisions faster, more accurately and with more confidence, a new study finds.
Researchers turned to Chile -- the longest country in the world -- to investigate how latitude effects blood pressure.
With the recent increase in e-ciggs' popularity, evidence is beginning to emerge on what they do to people's health.
Women who have high levels of certain B vitamins during pregnancy may be more likely to have a child with autism, a new study suggests.
The feel of soft grass or warm sand under your feet can be glorious. Here's what you need to know to protect your health.