A new study reveals antibiotics given to pregnant women with Group B Streptococcus during labor can affect a baby's development of gut bacteria.
A new study contradicts existing data, finding there is no significant link between cannabis use and suicidal behavior in people with mental health disorders.
Changes in the strength of circadian rhythms, the average amount of activity during nighttime rest, and the amount of fragmented sleep a woman experienced during the later stages of pregnancy or following birth were strongly associated with increased risks of developing postpartum depression and anxiety.
A new study sheds light into the link between lifestyle and the risk of developing dementia.
Hereditary forces that have evolved over millions of years favor mate selection and reproduction in the early years of male sexual maturity at the expense of longer-term well-being. This may explain why females tend to live longer and are less vulnerable to certain health and developmental disorders.
Researchers reveal a compound in green tea extract may help protect the brain against cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's by coating toxic oligomers.
Fitting musicians with motion capture sensors and applying mathematical techniques, researchers discover how musicians communicate non-verbally while performing different pieces of music.
A small molecular compound has been discovered that can activate the Wnt pathway in non-Wnt subtypes of medulloblastoma brain cancer, making tumors more responsive to therapies.