A new Stanford University study looks at the connection between hyper-sexualized gaming characters and the way female players …
We talk to our phones (thank you, Siri), so why can’t our tissue boxes respond appropriately when we sneeze?
Marketing cigarettes ain’t what it used to be. But Big Tobacco hasn’t given up on getting its message out.
Grandpa and grandma may be wrestling the grandkids for the Nintendo, thanks to a study showing Brain Age can improve cognitive function
Obesity researchers from Yale University say that online news outlets overwhelmingly use negative images of overweight people — in ill-fitting clothes or eating fast food — to illustrate stories about obesity. The practice …
A new website, launched this week, maps the entire human body in 3-D detail — for everyone who’s ever wanted to get up close and personal with a liver without picking up a scalpel.
President Obama has decided not to release photos of Osama bin Laden’s body, saying, “That’s not who we are. You know, we don’t trot out this stuff as trophies.”
New software developed at Germany’s Max Planck Institute for Informatics can change the shape of an actor’s body onscreen, giving him longer legs, a more muscular torso or narrower hips.