Your IQ can change over time, most experts say. Here's a look at how and why.
Mice were less likely to have offspring when researchers disrupted their usual sleep and wake cycle, a new study says.
Young men who take erection medications when they don't need them may be harming their sex lives, a new survey suggests.
After an old cheerleading injury developed into severe back pain, Lynn, an almost-30, middle class newlywed, developed an addiction to opioid painkillers.
Scientists have used surveys, radiographs and biopsies to look for the mysterious G-spot, but conclusive evidence of its existence has not been found, a new study says.
Whether your diet includes extra calories in the form of fat or protein, it doesn't matter -- both will pack on extra body fat, a new study finds.
Some pedophiles can, with treatment, learn to redirect their attention to healthy relationships. Others are less likely to change.
The healthier the pastor or reverend, the more likely that their organization ran health initiatives.
Humans may be smarter than our primate cousins, but research has shown their immune systems may trump ours, in some ways.
Contrary to decades of doctors' advice, a new study has found that a weight lifting may not put women at risk for developing lymphedema after breast cancer surgery.
Modern science has sparked a debate about how to view it and whether a person's libido can be increased by a drug.