Baby boys who were exposed to a chemical in plastics may show some signs of altered genital development, according to new research published today.
People who eat organic fruits and vegetables may have lower levels of some pesticides in their bodies, a new study finds.
When parents play favorites, giving more money to one child than the other, they may be unwittingly putting a strain on the sibling relationships.
Some people say the main cause of obesity is lack of exercise, others say it is diet. A new report finds that what people believe about obesity may affect their BMI.
In a new study, men who drank coffee had lower levels of a marker of liver damage than men who didn't.
Working out while surrounded by greenery may boost exercise's benefits -- and it's the color green, not being outside, that makes the difference, a new study shows.
Children exposed to higher levels of roadway noise at home were more likely to have symptoms of ADHD, a new study finds.
A woman's exposure to secondhand smoke during pregnancy may affect her child's risk of behavior problems, a new study has found.
There are many ways that pregnant women influences the later health of their children. While most moms know to avoid smoking and alcohol, here are several other ways a mom-to-be affects her baby.
Infants born to women who faced severe stress before they conceived were more likely to die during their first year of life, a new study finds.
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