Think you’re using your head to make purchases? Think again.
It’s because a new study shows that people — including liars — are more honest than you think.
Could schizophrenia explain Thamsanqa Jantjie’s bizarre behavior?
Music can soothe the soul and speed along creativity, but it won’t, according to researchers from Harvard, boost intelligence.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking the first steps toward phasing out non-treatment-based uses of antibiotics in agriculture.
If you can’t find a gift for your significant other, does it mean your relationship is on the rocks?
Fighting spirit, grit, heart: researchers say that they may all be within our reach with just a zap of electricity to a specific spot in the brain.
The wearable technology measures women’s stress via smartphone app
It’s all in the photos
The latest imaging data reveals gender-based differences in the way brain networks are connected.
Plan B’s European version, Norlevo, is getting an alert that warns the emergency contraceptive may not be as effective in heavier women.
Too much time in front of the television can blunt young children’s ability to accept and understand others, says the latest research.
Hundreds of thousands of patients in the U.S. languish in unconsciousness, cut off from the world by severe brain injuries. But the latest research hints that some of them may still retain reserves of conscious awareness and that …