A new research study addresses the influence of social contacts from both the perspective of encouraging obesity, and conversely, as a support mechanism to help young adults lose weight.
Within any romantic relationship, conflicts inevitably occur. And, as most of us are well aware, the fighting evokes intense emotions.
Emerging research on mice suggests that changes in diet can both reduce and/or trigger mental illness
Cosmetic surgery appears to have only marginal benefits for individuals suffering from body dysmorphic disorder.
Researchers have discovered particular brain regions are associated with developing childhood anxiety.
Being aware of the cultural environment that their coworkers come from may help people work together better.
A new study finds that physical contact, such as a pat on the back by a woman, increases a man’s risk tolerance.
A new study suggests college-educated mothers in the United States are becoming preoccupied with preparing children for elite college admissions.