With the yoga championships earlier this week, new research on the benefits of this sport -- yes, sport -- is the second win for yoga in just days.
Now that Apple has unveiled the latest in its iPad franchise, it's time to take a look at how tech bloggers did on their predictions.
Caffeine and exercise don't alter our underlying genetic makeup, but they can change the molecules that together make up that DNA.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation says that they've identified and arrested all of the key members of the hacktivist group LulzSec.
A new machine designed to help students learn better is able to recognize cognitive states, social dynamics, and motivation levels of kids.
Smoking pot definitely does something to one's brain, but new research shows that marijuana's effect is not as direct as we once believed.
With fewer adults deciding to marry than ever in American history, it's hard not to wonder what a post-marriage society would actually look like.
Researchers found that study participants reached their highest weight after developing the disorder meant to lead to weight loss.
Put on your slippers and run downstairs, fanboys and girls, because it's nearly Christmas morning for iPad lovers.
Around the age of 85, according to researchers at Tel Aviv University, extra fat actually starts to protect and help us rather than kill us.
As the world rolls its eyes, the controversial sheriff unveils his long-awaited report and calls for a criminal investigation.
The Pentagon's top researchers are getting nervous about the smartphones and tablets civilians are carrying around in their pockets.
Because they don't actually exist. It's just a term we use when we're burned out, overwrought, anxious, or on the edge, according to the WSJ.
Typically, stem cells that divide in order to heal wounds or for growth show signs of aging, but that's not the case for the planarian worm.
With cells extracted from human ovaries, a team of researchers has produced early-stage eggs, raising many questions about treating infertility.
The conditions at Foxconn are far beneath American standards for decency and work safety. Right?
The vaccine of the future could be able to stop transmission of all flu strains over a long period, according to new research out of Princeton.
An assistant-to-assistant face-off
In an interview with the Associated Press, the celebrity chef and diabetes drug spokeswoman doesn't exactly come across as penitent.
Remember all of that talk about pushing the age of mammogram testing to 50, up from 40? A new study makes the case for starting earlier.