By Emily Yahr Emily Yahr Style reporter covering pop culture and entertainment Email Bio Follow After seven seasons, “Mad Men” was shipped off to the prestige TV afterlife this year — will it be sent with
What if a test could identify young men who were nearly 50% more likely than their peers to become violent criminals? Scientists say they have found such a test – and you can take it with two fingers a
New research which has found that men who become fathers by the age of 25 are more likely to die young is the latest in a long line of physical and mental health problems linked to fatherhood Becoming
"It started with little things—having trouble making eye contact," he told me. Soon it got worse. Redding, a 28-year-old salesman in Seattle, found himself freaking out during normal, everyday conversations.
Scientists show for first time that sleep makes it easier to retrieve nuggets of information that may have got lost in a corner of the brain If you are trying to remember something vital you have forgotten,
It’s Fourth of July weekend, and by now, it’s likely that America’s youth has depleted the shelves of every firework store across this great nation. But before you go and get creative with your amateur
Test driving anti-contouring, the reverse smoky eye and an upside-down cat-eye. I don't know what house of mirrors the beauty industry has been working in lately, but I'm liking the results—from the runway