The BMX community lost one of its pioneers on Thursday.
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Though knitting may be an activity most common among an older generation, new research suggests that the craft may have both therapeutic and health b...
Smoke a little pot, now and then? Don't go overboard, it might affect your memory.
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) has reared its ugly head on the National Football League (NFL) once again. It was announced Wednesday that for...
Scary experiences can leave emotional scars even after years, but there may be hope for long-term survivors of rape, domestic violence and war.
For patients struggling with marijuana dependence, a new treatment option could be on the horizon.
When it comes to liver damage, it's not just about how much you drink. It may also be about how you drink.
Let’s be honest. The holidays aren’t always the most wonderful time of the year.
A single dose of an illegal, hallucinogenic drug could help cancer patients in a big way.
Having a few drinks could make you more attractive to others — but there's a catch.
Is kindness hard-wired in the brain? New evidence suggests it could be.
Researchers have been trying to figure out what causes autism for years. And with some new evidence, they might be a little closer to solving the puz...
If you spend a lot of time on Pinterest, you're probably exposed to a lot of depressing posts about depression — and not enough helpful, hopeful po...
There you have it, folks — a study of around a million women found that being happy or unhappy doesn't affect how long you live, contradicting the ...
Is it possible to "train" your brain? By training your body, perhaps.
Medication and talk therapy aren't the only treatments for depression.
A tiny genetic mutation may control whether you "hold" your liquor all night or go nuts after a glass of wine with dinner.
Self-weighing may create a fine line between healthy and harmful, particularly for young women.