A new study of twins in the US sheds light on both the environmental and genetic risk factors for numerous diseases.
According to researchers, those who live in colder regions with less daytime sun light drink more alcohol than those who live in warm areas. Climate, researchers say, may impact the prevalence of alcoholism and alcoholic cirrhosis.
Researchers report environmental conditions may trigger structural changes to myelin sheaths, forcing the onset of multiple sclerosis.
According to a new study, personality is both stable and malleable across our lifespan.
A new study reports people living in areas with more sun light have lower rates of OCD.
Researchers report watching videos of nature and natural scenes can help to improve your body image.
A new study reveals, in combination to genetics and environmental factors, placenta health during fetal development may play a role in schizophrenia. Researchers report genes associated with schizophrenia may turn on in the placenta during complicated pregnancies.
Umea University researchers report stress related changes in the CRH gene is linked to an increased risk of suicidal ideations in adults and psychiatric illness in teens.