Possibly, but it’s not about shiftiness. How eye color and face shape help us judge trustworthiness
It’s not just fraternity brothers who are guzzling one beer too many. Women and high school girls are equally likely to drink too much.
While our eating habits certainly play a role in how much we weigh, our rodent cousins confirm that some of our risk for obesity is written in our genes.
For older women, cheaper methods of detecting breast cancer may be as good as more expensive ones, according to the latest research.
The Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer shows the U.S. is making progress in controlling some tumors, but rates of human papillomavirus–related cancers remain stubbornly high.
The latest study finds some temperament traits are more likely to land babies in front of the television.
He doesn’t carry the child, but a father’s prenatal anxiety may have an affect on children’s later behavior.
Brain scans of kids and adults watching Sesame Street reveals how the brain picks up reading and math skills
Mutations in mitochondrial DNA can cause incurable diseases that are inheritable. Scientists have developed a new procedure to prevent this from happening.
A viral video of students complaining about skimpy school meals prompts much needed adjustments to cafeteria menus
When hunger strikes, why not reach for a care package stuffed with good-for-you nibbles?