Biochemical studies have confirmed that seasons can impact a person’s temperament, but new research from Hungary suggests that birth month may also be a predictor of certain mood disorders later in...
Up to 42 percent of people who take antidepressants find the medication ineffective, but a new study suggests that a simple diet change may trigger a response, Medical News Today reported.
Teens who’ve attempted suicide, or tried to harm themselves, are more likely to try again to kill or hurt themselves if they think their parents or peers “invalidate” their feelings, a new study...
We've all got that log of cookie dough in the back of the freezer waiting to come out at the end of a bad day.
MaryAnn Emerick was only a teenager when her mother began exhibiting symptoms of Huntington’s disease (HD), a debilitating neurological condition that impacts nearly 30,000 Americans.
From little white lies to complete fabrications, we all bend the truth.
Middle-aged women who are introverted and easily distressed may be more likely to develop dementia later in life, suggests a nearly 40-year-long study.
If the people who live on either side of your house make your blood boil, you might want to seriously consider moving: Friendly neighbors may lower your risk of heart attack, a recent study finds.
That feeling of "oh, bummer," is linked with a rather uncommon type of brain signaling, new research shows.