People with slender faces are 25% more likely to be left-handed, a new study reveals.
Later school start times would allow teens to fully relieve sleep pressure.
A new study could help to explain the evolutionary development of scales and how speech production for tone languages may have occurred.
Researchers have identified that some physical diseases tend to occur more frequently in young people who have previously suffered from certain mental disorders.
In a historic breakthrough, researchers have discovered thousands of new immune system signals. The findings hold potential implications for immunotherapies, autoimmune disease treatments and vaccine developments.
Researchers believe they have cracked the secret of the internal compass of the monarch butterfly.
Using cadaver hands, a new study supports the theory that our hands evolved not only for manual dexterity, but also so males could fistfight over females.