Women have a hard time recognizing weight gain, which is surprising given our obsessions with image and diet and exercise and obesity.
Traces of a fungicide banned in the United States were detected in juice from an unnamed brand, resulting in a run on juice concentrate.
Eric Schmidt says the search company would integrate Facebook and Twitter into its results if it could, but it can't so it won't.
We haven't lost our appetite for the cream-filled confection, but rising labor and supply costs this year have left Hostess struggling in the red.
Putting a $0.12 tax on every can of Coke would decrease soda consumption by 15 percent among adults and save 26,000 lives each year.
This weekend's 'New York Times' crossword puzzle has sparked a linguistic debate
Spoiler: a lot of them are science fiction.
Novartis has recalled over-the-counter meds after discovering that they could have been contaminated with more powerful drugs.
Workers at Foxconn, where iPhones and Xboxes are made, are threatening mass suicide over withheld compensation.
Scientists at the University of Notre Dame have engineered worms that can spin silk strong enough for limbs, sutures, and parachutes.
The glory days of the Consumer Electronics Show are behind it, the result of a changing technology industry landscape
Due to increasing discomfort among a devout Muslim population with public consumption of alcohol, Qatar is starting to enforce bans and recently shuttered booze sales on Pearl Island.
About 200 million people worldwide, or one out of every 20 people in the 15-64-year-old subset are using illicit drugs, according to a new study.
Ford is heading to Silicon Valley to open a new research lab where it will try to take car computers up a few levels.
Following a New York Times Magazine expose on "How Yoga Can Wreck Your Body," detailing significant injuries to the back, two Atlantic Wire writers contemplate the pros and cons.
The most appealing weight-loss tactic of all time: Writing for 15 minutes about important values caused women to shed the pounds.
An op-ed in today's New York Times is ruffling feathers with its insistence that access to the Internet is not a human right.
With the help of Simon Doonan, Barney's creative ambassador, the New York Times has labeled food that is lighter, brighter, and more artistic than the rest as being for the gays.
New research: "Calories are more important than protein while consuming excess amounts of energy with respect to increases in body fat."
People call Anonymous a lot of bad words, but hypocritical is seldom one of them.