A recent study conducted by researchers at UMD and UMB have developed a blood test that may help medical practitioners to diagnose schizophrenia and other related disorders more quickly.
A recent study reveals how experiencing emotion can influence people's attitude of swearing too much. it has been established previously that swearing helps people to cope with pain and hurtful situations.
A recent study finds that the sex of a baby has an association with pregnant women's immune responses. These responses are based on whether a woman is pregnant with a girl or a boy.
A recent study finds that daylight savings time contributes a lot to higher rates of miscarriage among women undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) who have had prior miscarriages.
A recent study finds that simply putting on a uniform, similar to one of a person in authority, like the one police officers wear, automatically alters how the brain processes information.
A recent study discovered that bacterial population can then evolve resistance 20 times faster than normal after evolving a dormancy mechanism.
A recent study by a professor at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich, Sarah Diefenbach, created an online survey to examine people's motives and judgments for taking and viewing selfies.
A recent study has found a link between the removal of ovaries during hysterectomy and an increase in the risk of developing heart disease, cancer, and even premature death.