In what might be one of the most bizarre cross-promotions ever, Samsung has teamed up with four UK restaurant chains to give Galaxy phone owners access to special dishes available only on a secret menu.
In the early 2000s, I lived on the Upper East and worked in Midtown. I would walk to work and then back home to save money and get some exercise at the same time. One night, crossing Park Avenue in the
(CNN) — Yvonne Bubienko stands over a flesh-colored dummy leg that appears to have suffered a deep and severe laceration. She takes an unrolled length of gauze and packs it deeper and deeper into the filling
Paper says risk between male partners is zero if virus fully suppressed by antiretrovirals An end to the Aids epidemic could be in sight after a landmark study found men whose HIV infection was fully by
For most of us, getting enough sleep isn't a life-or-death kind of thing. Sure, we might make poor decisions, but our being sleepy at the marketing meeting tomorrow is not going to get someone killed.
In traditionally male-oriented markets—beers, power tools, or automobile parts—goods made by women face a struggle. Imagine you’re reading the label of a craft beer. Among the notes you see the name of
The Impossible Whopper’s debut at Burger King has gone from a not-April-Fool’s-joke to a nationwide rollout by year-end. Originally launched on April 1st at 58 restaurants in St. Louis, the Impossible
In the 1800s, consumption was the name of a terrible, yet weirdly chic, wasting disease later known as tuberculosis, glamorized in both society and the arts. “I should like to die from consumption,” the
The best way to prevent a hangover is through moderation, but I'm not great at moderation. When a friend and fellow enthusiastic drinker recommended the Bytox Hangover Patch ($20 for five), I ordered package