Do some kids need a break from Facebook?
No surprise — those Facebook photos of your friends on vacation or celebrating a birthday party can make you feel lousy.
You’ve gotten your flu vaccine and you wash your hands regularly. But you still need protection from those flu-ridden friends on your social network.
Our online musings may not be so ephemeral after all
A single message on Facebook can directly change users’ behavior — and more importantly, that of their friends and their friends of friends
A kitty video to melt all hearts — even those of non-cat-lovers
When it comes to social influence, what type of people lead and who follows? It’s a question pondered by parents and marketing companies alike. Researchers at NYU sought to figure it out by tracking more than a million users on …
Last week, the Sher Fertility Institute selected three couples out of 45 who had submitted personal, emotionally wrenching videos in order to win a free IVF cycle. For one judge, choosing her favorites felt like “playing God”
Fighting a losing battle against age restrictions, Facebook is developing technology to allow young children to use the site legitimately. Would you let your elementary-schooler join the Facebook nation?
Science has now proved what kindergarten teachers, reality-show fans and Catholic priests discover anew every day: humans can’t help talking about themselves. It just feels too good.
Not content with merely changing the world, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg thinks he can save a few lives too. Users of the site can now post their organ-donor status to their Facebook timeinlines. See the full story on our …
Facebook’s COO makes the case that there’s nothing shameful about leaving work at 5:30 p.m. every day to eat dinner with your kids. Does she get special dispensation because of her status?
Boobs and babes took center stage Wednesday morning as nursing mothers held “nurse-ins” at Target stores across the country to assert their right to breast-feed their children in public.