As playgrounds grow crowded with children and parents enjoying spring temperatures, pediatricians are advising caretakers against the practice of sliding down slides with children in their laps.
A new study finds that genetic risk factors can determine who will get hooked on cigarettes.
Zombies seem to be everywhere these days.
Have you read articles about new studies and wondered where they find participants? Now is your chance to not only find out, but to take part in a study as well.
A new study has found that those who use the microblogging website Twitter to discuss their weight loss goals may ultimately have an easier time achieving them.
New research has found that hazardous toxins may be hiding in everyday items of clothing.
Chimpanzees going through a midlife crisis? It sounds like a setup for a joke.
A new $10 million study in Charleston is investigating if omega-3 fatty acids – the substance found in fish oil – can reduce the suicide risk among the nation’s veterans.
New research shows that adolescents tasered by police face the same risk of injury as adults.
A new study has found that singing along to the radio while driving is distracting and draining to the brain, and could put drivers at risk.