Fetuses show preliminary facial expressions that look like cries starting around 24 to 35 weeks. These facial movements of crying are soundless and too subtle to be felt by the mother.
Nootropics are any drugs or supplements that are taken to impact brain performance, including attention and memory. But are these drugs safe to use?
If the flu shot is, on average, between 40% and 60% effective at preventing the flu, why should you get it?
As men age, their testosterone levels stay high until age 70 or so, prompting their eyebrows — and ear and nose hair, too — to grow longer and longer.
Cancer malignancies are uncontrolled growths that spread. Learn how cancers form, the signs and symptoms of cancer and how cancers are treated.
Cerebral palsy is caused by brain damage that leads to muscle weakness and problems walking. But with support, people with cerebral palsy can lead relatively normal, functioning lives.
The study found the highest rates of C-sections in Florida, New Jersey and Texas, and the lowest in Utah, Wisconsin and Colorado.
Though they are closely related to cows, their brains have evolved along the same lines as primates.
A vaccine against cocaine seems to stop the drug from entering the brain and making the user high, a new study suggests.
Cheetahs can "switch gears" as their speed increases — taking more strides per second at higher speeds.