Interpersonal sensitivity, obsessive compulsions, and the time per day spent using a cell phone are strong predictors of nomophobia, a condition defined as a fear of being away from smart technology.
Caffeine has surprising effects when it comes to team work, researchers say. A new study reveals people who drank coffee gave more positive reviews about group task performance and were more on topic than those who drank decaf.
Consuming violent media 90 minutes prior to bedtime makes you 13 times more likely to have a violent dream that night, a new study reports.
Amyloid-beta accumulation in the brain may contribute to deficits in circadian regulation of learning and memory during the early stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Exoskeleton devices used to help alleviate stress to the lower back may compete with neural resources, canceling out the benefits of wearing them.
A new biomarker for fibromyalgia has been identified in blood samples taken from patients suffering from the condition.
Study strengthens previous findings linking vitamin E acetate to lung injury associated with vaping.
Gabapentin, a medication commonly prescribed to control seizure activity, may enhance stroke recovery and restore fine motor function, a new study reports.
Hair samples from teens could help detect their risk of mental health problems. Researchers found teens with higher cortisol levels in hair samples were more likely to experience depression. Low cortisol levels were also linked to an increased risk of mental health issues.