Hand-eye coordination is impaired by 20% when blood alcohol levels are as low as 0.015%.
Examining microRNA from a simple blood test can help determine whether your child is getting enough sleep.
Consuming too much omega 6 during pregnancy has been linked to an increased risk of neurodevelopmental issues in babies and pregnancy complications. In mice who had higher levels of linoleic acid in their diets, researchers noted altered concentrations of inflammatory proteins and a decrease in hormones that regulate fetal growth and development. Researchers stress the effects of a high linoleic acid concentration in diet are the same for both animal models and humans.
A new study reports the time of day at which you exercise can shift your body clock. The findings suggest exercise could counter the negative health effects associated with shift work and jet lag.
A new study reveals exercises that improve cardiorespiratory fitness may help to support health by altering the presence, activity and clustering of gut bacteria.
Researchers report, in restless leg syndrome, neurons targeting muscles may be responsible.
A new study reports your genes may determine how your heart rate and blood pressure respond to exercise.
A new study reports, following an injury, the motor areas of the brain reduce signaling to a muscle if the muscle is responsible for producing painful movements, but enhances signaling if the muscle counteracts the painful movement.