Genetics plays a big role in how susceptible people are to hangovers, a new study finds.
The standard polio vaccine may not always work, according to a new study showing vaccinations didn't prevent polio in people in the Republic of the Congo during an outbreak there in 2010.
The instant noodles commonly known as ramen may increase people's risk of metabolic changes linked to heart disease and stroke, new research finds.
Kids with immune systems that react strongly to infections could have a higher risk of depression, a new study suggests.
A Canadian project centered around a hitchhiking robot aims to explore the state of artificial intelligence and the culture of human kindness.
Some aspects of musical talent are built into the genes, and perhaps cannot be improved much upon with practice, researchers said.
Young military men who are shorter or taller than the average male have a higher risk for depression than their fellow servicemen, a new study suggests.
Victims of a brown recluse spider bite might feel perfectly fine -- until a severe pain described by most as a throbbing "fire" strikes 24 hours later, a new study reports.
Physical exercise could alter how people perceive their physical world by making their environments appear less threatening, a new study suggests.
A new study found that binge drinking landed more Canadian adolescents in the hospital for alcohol-related incidents during their birthday weeks than any other time of the year.
Researchers observed that a certain species of squirrel in New York City adapts its behavior to that of humans by avoiding unnecessary contact with people and going about its day uninterrupted.
Whether or not you have access to the Internet may affect what you find desirable in a partner, a new study finds.
People with Parkinson's disease may have higher levels of creativity than their healthy peers, and these flights of fancy increase with higher doses of medication, new research finds.
Men who had vasectomies may have a higher risk of advanced or lethal prostate cancer, a new observational study suggests.
An experimental software developed by Yahoo researchers in Barcelona could suggest routes that are not just efficient, but also pleasant, beautiful and emotionally stimulating.
Compulsive sexual behavior may have the same patterns of brain activity as those associated with drug addiction, a new study finds.
Satellites could be a promising tool for tracking Arctic wildlife on the ground, a new study suggests.
The British Royal Air Force (RAF) has sent five new reconnaissance drones to Afghanistan to support intelligence operations in the country, the U.K. Ministry of Defence announced last week.
Testosterone replacement therapies promise more muscle mass, more sex drive, more energy and maybe even that extra vigor in your golf swing, but at what cost?
A 3D-printed "bio-bot" powered by skeletal muscle tissue could give robots more precise control over its movements.
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