The use of LSD, magic mushrooms, or peyote does not increase a person's risk of developing mental health problems, according to an analysis of information from more than 130,000 randomly chosen people, including 22,000 people who had used psychedelics at least once.
Hypnotic relaxation therapy improves sexual health in postmenopausal women who have moderate to severe hot flashes,
The study found that higher odds of obesity, defined as a BMI above the 95th percentile on Centers for Disease Control and Prevention growth curves, was associated with higher levels of urinary BPA
A new wireless communication system allows devices to interact with each other without relying on batteries or wires for power.
Some municipalities engineer their traffic signals to force drivers into this situation in an effort to generate revenue from the cameras.
Facebook helps people feel connected, but it doesn't necessarily make them happier, a new study shows.
Female frogs prefer males whose calls reflect the ability to multitask effectively
A common oral bacterium can contribute to colorectal cancer, a finding that opens promising new research avenues for the development of approaches to prevent and treat the disease.
Smartphones are a great way to check in on the latest weather predictions, but new research aims to use the batteries in those same smartphones to predict the weather.
When mice ate a diet of 25 percent extra sugar – the mouse equivalent of a healthy human diet plus three cans of soda daily – females died at twice the normal rate and males were a quarter less likely to hold territory and reproduce, according to a toxicity test developed at the University of Utah.