Children who are teased while playing sports tend to have a worse quality of life than their non-teased peers, a new study suggests. Some of them may also become less active over time.
A new research has suggested that `pattern separation` - a process that helps young viewers learn to differentiate things that are similar fades in adults in proportion to the severity of their depression.
Babies as young as five months old can understand each others` emotional signals, a new study has found.
Brigham Young University chemistry professor Emily Bates has identified mutations in a gene that makes people more susceptible to migraine headaches.
Scientists have created the world`s tiniest known Cupid from carbon nanotubules, with its arm just the width of a human hair.
A bout of flu may prompt people to post their symptoms on Twitter and also enable health officials track the outbreak in real time, says a new study.
US scientists are challenging the popular notion that we can "work up an appetite" with vigorous exercise, saying it actually reduces a person`s motivation for food.
A new study from Brigham Young University has challenged the common assumption that you can “work up an appetite” with a vigorous workout.
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