Square-faced people reported to researchers greater sexual drive than individuals with longer faces.
An odd hypothesis holds that “playful urination” allows boys to grasp projectile motion more readily than girls, which advantages them in physics education.
A skin patch applied to obese mice reduced fat by 20 percent in one week, and could also help to treat obesity in humans.
Research subjects with a high proportion of Prevotella bacteria in their stool lost more weight than subjects with a high amount of Bacteroides bacteria, according to a new study.
New evidence shows that organic and inorganic pigments and toxic impurities from tattoo ink are transported through the body after application to the skin.
Subjects with higher levels of the chemicals known to be in debris from the World Trade Center were found to have greater levels of artery-hardening fats in their blood.
Invisible plastic fibers were found in the tap water of more than a dozen nations throughout the world, with the US having the highest level of contamination.
Petroleum-based plastics are nearly impossible to break down, and finding a viable alternative has become an urgent priority for scientists.
A recent study reveals an increase in brain activity in regions associated with negative affect and emotional conflict when narcissistic men look at themselves.
Thanks to an increase in education, women today are more likely to marry men who are less educated and earn less money than they do.