The death of a spouse undoubtedly brings with it stress, anxiety and uncertainty. Now, a report by Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of
More than 40 percent of Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) recipients take opioid pain relievers, while the prevalence of chronic opioid use
A recent study from the University of Bergen shows that 8.3 per cent of the Norwegian work force is addicted to work to the point where it becomes a
There are many forms of memory and only some of these may be critical for the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), reports a new study
Listening to sad music when you're feeling depressed sounds like a pretty bad idea, but new research reveals that "beautiful but sad" music can actually lift your mood when you're feeling down.
A MRI technique has been developed by researchers that can scan child cancer patients without the risk of involving radiation.
The lifelong debate of nature versus nurture continues-this time in what your children watch. A recent paper published in the Journal of Communication found that a specific variation of the serotonin-transporter gene was
Is a date with your partner as important to you as a meeting at work? A University of Illinois study recommends that couples develop a relationship work ethic that rivals-or at least equals-their
Collaborative research out of the George Washington University (GW) reveals new information on the pathogenesis of feeding and swallowing difficulties often found in children with neurodevelopmental
The St. Jude Children's Research Hospital-Washington University Pediatric Cancer Genome Project has identified the most common genetic alteration ever reported in the brain tumor ependymoma and
Musculoskeletal pain of the bone, joint and muscles is one of the most common reasons for primary care visits in the United States. According to a literature review appearing in a recent issue of the
Breast cancer patients are increasingly likely to get plastic surgery after being treated for their illness, according to the findings of a new study of women who undergo mastectomies.
Too much of an appetite in infants shows signs of an increased risk of obesity later in their childhood. Worse, it may be genetic.
China's continued lack of tobacco product control will cost them tens-of-millions of lives in the years to come, according to a new study published by the British Medical Journal.
Nearly two-third of the Americans refer online ratings while choosing physicians, according to a study published in the Journal American Medical Academy (JAMA).
Watching videos of simple daily life tasks before performing them can help increase brain’s structure, flexibility and motor skills, according to a recent study.
Playing regular vision training games on your
An unusual strain of marijuana is being used to