Researchers discovered how urinary concentrations of Bisphenol A (BPA) may directly relate to a decrease in sperm concentration and quality.
Monthly Archives: August 2010
Studies performed by both French and UK experts show prevention of dementia is most likely when those affected avoid diabetes and depression, become more educated, and also eat a more balanced diet with fruits and vegetables.
The American Chemical Society published a new study in their Environmental Science & Technology publication explaining how a simple five minutes outside can benefit mental health.
While some studies suggest drinking in moderation may be OK for a pregnant woman, additional studies prove smoking while pregnant may negatively affect their child’s coordination and motor control development.
Your children may have found an excuse to play video games after school. A new study shows certain video games may reorganize the brain in young men who have played video games extensively.
Studies show a link between brain development and physical fitness in 9- and 10-year-old children. The study proves children who are more fit perform better on memory tests than less-fit children.