New research has shed light on the genetic changes that occur in people as they age. The study found 1,450 genes that are linked to aging that may be used to predict if a person will likely suffer age-related diseases.
A new study has verified whether there really exist a gender gap in career centrality — the importance of one’s career to their identity. Gender differences were found only minimal and were caused by professional demands, gender role beliefs and cultural e…
Using neuroimaging, researchers found music listening styles may influence the emotion control of individuals. The study finds that especially men who process negative feelings with music react negatively to aggressive and sad music.
Researchers have found that Yersinia pestis, the bacteria that cause plague, was spreading nearly 3,000 years before the previous earliest known date. This finding might help us learn how dangerous infectious diseases evolve.
A new research finds the 'right arm' as the most predictive in terms of estimating the body's total mole count. People having more than 11 moles in this region are said to be at high risk of developing skin cancer.