Though Universal is clearly drooling over the prospect of a follow up to their hit comedy, the film's star and co-writer says she wants nothing to do with it
It's a strange defense for a lawsuit, but Pepsi's lawyers are arguing that a man who claims he found a mouse carcass in his can must be lying.
Certain components of marijuana have different effects on brain activity, according to research in the Archives of General Psychiatry.
From the degustation menu to seasonal dining, Trotter, who will close his eponymous Chicago restaurant this year, was ahead of the pack.
Before we get carried away with rumors, let's get the facts straight about what the Apple media event later this month entails.
If your New Year's resolution, like many others, is to take it easy for the month of January, you might not be doing yourself any favors.
Around this time of year, everyone is publishing their at-home hangover tips so that you can keep the party going through the holidays, but these ones are scientifically proven to help out.
Israeli research has found that approximately one in four teens is in danger of early hearing loss from blasting music for hours on end.
There's a high failure rate in obesity treatment because your body, post-regimen, goes into a state that makes you fixate on all kinds of food.
A year ago, few people were aware of the power that groups of hackers could wield.
Not even the final 'Harry Potter' could save this year's box-office numbers
Two different and alarming incidents over the last few days have led us to the conclusion that mankind's great enemy is a mix of flour and fat.
Children whose mothers neglect them are at a higher risk of obesity, a new study finds. Fixing relationships might be better than fixing diets.
An attack into on Stratfor Global Intelligence has left various charities with as much as $1 million in unauthorized donations
Two-year-old children seem to be pretty helpless, but new research suggests that they can start forming solid memories at that age.
It should come as no surprise that Facebook is making money off your profile. How much money? Lots of it.
The company makes it very difficult to sign up for the DVD-by-mail service and is instead pushing streaming
In a clinical trial on depression treatment, neither real medicine nor talk therapy worked as well as fake placebo pills did for participants.
The company's founder and CEO believes an IPO will hurt the company's ability to innovate.
There's a lot of research pushing for red wine's health benefits, but a new study shows that other factors determine better health in drinkers