A new study reports the in utero environment can impact teenage brain development, contributing to problems with cognitive processing and emotional regulation.
According to a new study, synthetic chemicals found in some insecticides can bind to melatonin receptors, creating a higher risk for people to develop diabetes and other metabolic disorders.
A new study reports both the environment and genetics affect brain activity related to language in the brain.
Researchers report mice living in an enriched environment and stimulating surroundings have healthier immune systems.
Researchers report adults with higher prenatal exposure to methylmercury, as a result of fish consumption, did not experience faster cognitive processing or short term memory benefits following exercise.