Parents may want to use the ratings when purchasing a new seat when their child grows.
Turns out, younger people get more bliss from excitement, while older individuals prefer peacefulness.
While the advice to lower fat intake has been standard for years, a new study shows there's a healthier approach.
The techniques used by people who successfully maintain weight loss are quite different from the techniques used to lose weight.
A new study shows that for every 10 grams of soluble fiber in the diet, the amount of belly fat dropped by 3.7 percent.
The infection "splash zone" lies within two seats, in any direction, of an infected passenger on an airplane.
Rover and Fluffy are unlikely to raise kids' risk of developing pet allergies, according to a new 18-year-long study.
Scientists say they are one step closer to establishing a way to double the U.S. supply of flu vaccine, which could ward off the possibility of shortages.
Trying alcohol for the first time a few years earlier may greatly increase the use of alcohol as a coping technique for stress later in life.
Switching to daylight savings time may increase traffic accidents and cause sleep loss, researchers suggests.
A pair of new studies may reveal why some commonly used cancer drugs aren't as effective as expected in some patients.