Published June 13, 2013
Babies may be able to show sympathy before their first birthday, according to a new study in which 10-month-olds preferred the victims rather than the aggressors in a bullying encounter
Published June 11, 2013
A cancer researcher in Houston is accused of aggravated assault in the alleged poisoning of a fellow cancer doctor
Published June 07, 2013
Quick, make a guess: Are Liam's parents Obama voters, or did they pull for John McCain? How about Kurt's mom and dad? If your gut suggested that Kurt's parents might swing conservative while Liam's are liberal, congratulations.
Published June 03, 2013
When Elena Skoko gave birth to her daughter three years ago, she felt pain.
Published May 23, 2013
Your loyal pooch may be bringing a whole world of bacteria into your home but don't panic.
Published April 26, 2013
Watching sexy movies and TV shows or accessing sexually explicit content online may influence how teens have sex but only slightly, new research finds
Published February 21, 2013
Kids don't easily outgrow the pain of bullying, according to a new study that finds that people bullied as kids are less mentally healthy as adults
Published December 19, 2012
A chemical in the brain may explain why some people become suicidal — and it may link inflammation of the body to disorders of the mind
Published December 11, 2012
The search for a "gay gene" may be off-target, new research finds. Another process called epigenetics that switches genes on and off may explain why homosexuality runs in families
Published November 06, 2012
Women, beware: Your friends' chatter could influence how you feel about your body more than your actual size and shape does