If possible, it is better to go to bed and get up at the same time during the week and at the weekend, says a new US study which has established a link between changes to sleeping schedules and metabolic disorders.
Having sex once a week is all it takes for optimal happiness among married heterosexual couples and those in long-term relationships, according to a new study led by a researcher at the University of Toronto.
Canadian scientists have made history with a world first, successfully using focused ultrasound to break through one of the human body's final frontiers -- the blood-brain barrier. The researchers have unlocked a non-invasive way to deliver medication deep into the brain.
First-born children have a 10 per cent greater risk of developing myopia compared to their siblings, according to research undertaken in Wales. The researchers point to a possible connection with parental investment in education.
Two new studies have found that calcium supplements offered only a meagre, one-per-cent increase in bone-mineral density in those over 50. They also found that calcium supplements had little to no effect on the overall risk of fractures.