Small study contends that people who use the devices more often are likelier to have the disorder
Study highlights changes that make drinkers more likely to gain pleasure from booze
People who lack the ability to consider the consequences of their actions are more likely to be aggressive when they're drunk, a new study indicates.
Recent texting-linked tragedy in Missouri points to the need for national approach, board says
Frequent python attacks on preliterate tribe explain longstanding fear of snakes
Each drink worsens decision-making, possibly upping HIV risk
Their behavior seems to be affected by their environment, research suggests
Cellphone talk, texting, even applying makeup: Most know it's dangerous, but many do it anyway
Findings could explain their anti-social tendencies, researchers say
Women who ate between breakfast and lunch lost less, study found
'Keep working at it' could be key to success, studies suggest
Schedule events all year to preserve the sense of fun and excitement, expert suggests
The kickoff to the holiday shopping season is as much about the quest as it is about getting good deals. Here's one expert's tips on how to make the day after Thanksgiving a day to remember. Hint: It's all about adding in some fun.
Human mind more readily processes photos of naked vs. clothed people
People perceive sense of leadership, dominance, researchers say
Study of college students found most truthful talks were face-to-face
Young chimpanzees play and develop in much the same way as human children do, and researchers say that might help shed light on the role of human play behavior.
High IQ at age 5 or 10 linked to raised risk of illegal drug use by age 30, study finds
Seeing your car as an extension of yourself may raise your risk for accidents, research shows
Every doctor's office visit should include the assessment, researcher says