A new study of more than 1,800 adult twins found that individuals who started using cannabis regularly before age 18 were more likely to suffer insomnia and sleep fewer than six hours per night as adults.
A new CU Boulder study shows that Facebook ads developed and shared by Russian trolls around the 2016 election were clicked on nine times more than typical social media ads. The authors say the trolls are likely at it again, as the 2020 election approaches and the COVID-19 pandemic wears on.
Wealthy, white California counties—once considered the nation’s hotbeds for autism spectrum disorder—have seen prevalence flatten or fall in the last two decades, while rates among poor whites and minorities keep ticking up, according to new research.
Air pollution—particularly ozone—alters our collection of gut microorganisms in ways that may boost our risk of obesity, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease and other disorders, according to new research.
Dietary compounds called prebiotics, which are found in fibrous foods such as artichokes, onions, leeks and some whole grains, improve sleep and boost stress resilience, according to a new study published this week.
The governing body for the Paralympics recently lowered the allowable height for sprinters who use prosthetic legs, or blades, during competition. The rules are based on the assumption that the taller you are the faster you run, but a new study has found otherwise.
A new CU Boulder study documents how features such as News Feed, Memories, and shared groups and photos can bring painful reminders of exes into our lives even after we've taken measures to hide them on Facebook.