A new study debunks abstinence theories and suggests athletes should not feel guilty when engaging in sexual activity up to the day before competition.
New studies reveal how gender differences affect the brain and health.
A new study reports an area of the brain associated with emotion appears to undergo accelerated maturation in teenage girls with PTSD, but not in their male peers with the condition.
A new study reports an increase in marijuana use for men and women between 2002 and 2014, with a greater increase in men using the drug.
Researchers suggest more emphasis be placed on attention deficit rather than hyperactivity in people with ADHD.
A new study confirms previous findings that males have a higher risk of ASD than females. However, researchers discovered, regardless of gender, siblings born after a female child with autism had an increased risk of ASD than those born after a male on the spectrum.
Researchers reveal a surprising association between nicotine addiction and gut bacteria. Gender smoking patterns and the effect nicotine has on a person may be a result of how the gut-brain relationship is impacted by nicotine.
A new study reports on a significant increase of neuroscience research papers where the authors report on the sex of the animals used in their studies.
A new AI system is able to automatically assign a gender to a person based on an image of a smile. Researchers report female smiles are more expansive than male smiles.
A new study reports males are more likely to attribute anxiety amongst women in STEM classes to being ill prepared for study, while women attribute anxiety to external factors, including gender bias and negative stereotyping.