A new study shows the positive impact that a viral selfie can have — namely, raising awareness about important health issues like skin cancer in a relatable, powerful way.
A new study reveals that some men perceive a woman’s interest in them as consent for sex, misinterpreting a woman’s sexual intentions.
A new study finds that women who suffer from postpartum depression are more likely to have given birth in the fall or summer, had babies earlier in their pregnancy, and did not have anesthesia (for example an epidural) during their delivery.
Stress is one of those things most people know they need less of, but struggle to actually put that in practice. Now, here’s more motivation to try cut back on your stress levels: It could wreck havoc on your health. According to a new mouse study published in the journal Scientific Reports, stress can negatively impact your gut microbiota (the microorganisms that are crucial to your digestive and metabolic health) the same way as eating a junk food diet.
A new study finds that a green tea polyphenol may be an effective tool in treating sensitive teeth and cavity prevention.
Researchers concluded that eye freckles are more frequently found in people with higher lifetime exposure to sunlight.
A new study shows that people tend to look at the different parts of the body, depending on whether they're interested in romance or friendship.