Compulsive sexual behaviour has been officially recognised as a mental disorder by the World Health Organization.
After an extensive analysis of clinical trials and published studies, it has been discovered that
multivitamin and mineral supplements don’t provide any essential benefits to people’s cardiovascular health.
According to researchers, higher levels of Plasmodium falciparum antibodies can protect children living in Papua New Guinea from severe malaria.
New research has revealed that women who work 45 hours or more every week may be increasing their risk of developing diabetes.
The efficacy of antibiotics can be modified when they are mixed together or combined with food additives or non-antibiotic drugs.
A recent study indicates that testosterone has the ability to influence men’s consumer choices. It drives them to choose status over quality and power.
A recent study has examined the benefits of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) in treating tinnitus.
Aspartame, a substitute sweetener, was recently examined by researchers, focusing on its effects on the sugar levels and body weight of healthy individuals.
Joseph Dougherty and Susan Maloney, together with their colleagues, have conducted a research on pregnant mice suggesting that the maternal use of Prozac (antidepressant fluoxetine) can mutate the offspring’s brain circuits that is responsible for controlling autism-like behaviors.
A new, simple and low-priced blood test, called TREAT-B, has been developed by researchers to help in the immediate detection of hepatitis B in patients.