Positive psychology explains why less materialism makes people happier
Studies show that about 40 percent of people's daily activities are performed each day in almost the same situations.
The subtle sound of a ticking clock can quite literally speed up a woman’s reproductive timing.
Researchers observe that women with a higher intake of caffeine had a lower incidence of unexplained ear ringing
Weight loss significantly improves physical health but effects on mental health are less straightforward.
Frequent, repetitive viewing of traumatic images by journalists working with 'live' or User Generated Content material can be closely linked to anxiety, depression, PTSD and alcohol consumption
A drug that is commonly used to treat anxiety in humans and which regularly finds its way into surface waters through wastewater effluence has been shown to reduce mortality rates in fish.
Researchers discover a master gene responsible for sleep and wake cycles, offering hope for a drug that could help reset sleep
"We were able to show for the first time that increasing levels of testosterone within the normal physiological range can have a profound effect on brain circuits that are involved in threat-processing and human aggression," said Justin Carré, Assistant Professor at Nipissing University.
1 in 20 people may be overdoing exercise, reports Mayo Clinic Proceedings. There is clear evidence of an increase in cardiovascular deaths in heart attack survivors who exercise to excess, according to a new study.