The electronics manufacturer is trying to burnish its reputation, which has taken quite a few hits lately.
Hold your cell phone up to your head. Which ear did you pick? Left brain thinkers quickly choose the right ear, according to a new study.
A roundup of cool projects musicians are creating with their iPads
A review of over 40 studies found no weight gain associated with ingesting fructose, the sugar commonly found in fruits and vegetables.
Do the stories in the Times truly illustrate that marriage is a luxury, or are we talking about a more age-old problem of how income and education disparity impact choices?
Researchers believe that they can generate a product identical to a real burger by using long strips of meat made out of stem cells.
Research found that people who wake up more than five times an hour were more likely to have amyloid plaques, an early sign of Alzheimer's.
The companies are equal-opportunity privacy-violators.
According to a new Pew study, 8.4 percent of all American marriages are now between two people of different races, an all-time high. They constituted only 3.2 percent back in 1980.
Another study confirms that many other studies and doctors have already found: There is no link between vaccines for kids and autism.
A new study finds that being surrounded by people with similar health goals helps people to follow through with their weight-loss plans.
Apple can (and should) take steps to help users understand what information on their iPhones is available to app makers.
The maker of Avastin has warned doctors and hospitals that a fake version without the active ingredient has been found on the market.
Even though over 26.7 million Americans need hearing aids, only about one in seven actually used them, according to a Johns Hopkins study.
At Qdoba, kissing a "friend, family member, or even an understanding stranger" will get you a second entree at no cost—except your health.
Google's sweet Valentine's Day cartoon has come under attack for the brief appearance of a gay couple holding hands.
"The desire to find love and a companion to share life with has no expiration date," the study from Bowling Green State University explained.
On top of overeating leading to obesity and its many related health problems, it could also be contributing to dementia and memory loss.
Athens lawmakers voted overwhelmingly for another austerity plan that would slash the minimum wage by a fifth and lay off another 150,000 government officials
In an unprecedented finding, a drug known as bexarotene has "quickly reversed" memory loss in mice, according to Case Western research.