The brain can be fooled, the McGurk shows.
If you've ever caught yourself thinking, "She looks like a Sue," or "He doesn't look like a Dave," a new study may back up your instincts.
Dads who looked at a picture of their kids, showed more activity in certain parts of their brains after a boost of oxytocin via a nasal spray.
Probiotics are often touted as a way to improve health, but what exactly do these "good" bacteria do for us? Here are some common myths about probiotics.
Are probiotics safe to take, and do they have side effects? Here are eight expert tips about probiotics.
If seasonal allergies are getting in the way of spending time in the great outdoors, here are some tips from experts that may help.
Myths about seasonal allergies seem to spread as easily as so many pollen grains on the wind. Here's the truth behind some of the common misconceptions about allergies.
Heroin is a fast-acting opiate drug, and addiction to it is incredibly hard to overcome, experts say. Here are the facts about heroin.
Can people really get "addicted" to caffeine? Can people die from a caffeine overdose? Here are the facts about the world's most popular mood-altering drug.
It can be hard to tell the difference between the typical turmoil of a teenager, and a depressed teen. Here are facts about teens with depression.
Depression can strike men and women in different ways, research shows. A better understanding of the differences between the sexes may help those with depression, researchers say.
Older adults with chronic sinus problems may have a slightly higher risk of developing certain cancers, a new study suggests.
A teacher's note instituting a no-homework policy has gone viral. What does the science say about homework?
Women's risk of postpartum depression may be higher if their pain after giving birth goes on for several weeks, a new study finds.
Kids who have a parent who with certain psychiatric disorders may be at increased risk for attempting suicide or committing a violent offense, a new study finds.
Both identical and fraternal twins may live longer on average than men and women who are not twins, a new study finds.
New recommendations from the American Heart Association (AHA) say that children ages 2 to 18 should consume no more than 6 teaspoons (30 milliliters) of added sugar a day.
Preschoolers are just learning to communicate verbally. Here are some tips for talking to the childhood age group most famous for asking "why?" and saying "no!".