Gossiping can have a positive impact on society by helping encourage co-operation and reform bullies, a new study found Gossip can benefit society by preventing bullying and encouraging co-operation, new
The caramel coloring in your favorite soda is once again being scrutinized by the FDA. According to NBC News, the FDA is taking another look into the chemical 4-MeI, a carcinogenic byproduct produced the
… a new friend is as a new wine; when it is old, thou shalt drink it with pleasure. Ecclesiasticus 9:10 I grew up on tales of my Dad's 1970s homemade hedgerow wines. Their fruity aroma and potency were
An easier way for diabetics to control their insulin intake The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved its first "artificial pancreas" to automatically control the insulin levels of diabetics.
Making a mistake at work is seldom a good thing. Whether it's spilling hot coffee over yourself before a meeting or sending an insulting email about your boss to your boss, it rarely ends well. Unless
China just cut the ribbon on the world’s new largest building. The New Century Global Center, which recently opened in Chendgu, China, is 328 feet high, 1,640 feet long, and 1,312 feet wide. That’s roughly
Inspired by pop stars and encouraged by culture that equates success with physical beauty, the "self-racism subtext" of buying an ideal Korean face When 17-year-old Hailey Kim looks in the mirror, she