An emphasis on calories, added sugars and more realistic serving sizes
The Deadly Social Media Drinking Game Set To Invade The U.S.
‘Neknomination’ challenges reportedly responsible for deaths in Britain. Is the U.S. next?
Should Terminally Ill Children Have the Right to Ask for Their Own Deaths?
Belgium said yes. But what does that mean for parents in the United States?
Nearly 20 Patients Exposed To Fatal Brain Disease
The cause might have been improper sterilization of surgical tools
New Technology Allows Amputee to Feel Objects with Artificial Hand
European researchers have created what they believe is the first hand prosthetic implant that would allow amputees to regain the sense of touch.
Victory in Sports: Dominance, Not Pride
Fist-pumping. Arm-raising. Chest-thumping. We see it all the time in sports. But these athletes aren’t expressing pride in victory. They’re demonstrating dominance over their competitor.
A Dramatic Reading of My YouTube Hate Comments
A Time writer reads her favorite insults aloud.
The 20 Best Worst Things That Have Been Said About Me on YouTube
As the debates over free speech vs. hate speech on the internet gets hotter, a TIME writer shares some of her favorite online insults.
TIME Men Attempt The Aerospace Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Workout
The annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show is airing tonight, and some of the world’s best bodies will be strutting their stuff for millions of viewers.
That’s a lot of pressure, and for the Victoria’s Secret angels, fitness is …
Need Some Resilience? A Few Zaps of Electricity Might Help
Fighting spirit, grit, heart: researchers say that they may all be within our reach with just a zap of electricity to a specific spot in the brain.
Women Hate Sexy Ads, Unless They’re for Something Expensive
Women are turned off by sexually explicit images in advertisements. Unless, that is, the item being advertised is very precious. And valuable. And rare. Like, maybe, a once a year type gift.
Watch Teen Boys Talk About Sex, Loyalty, and Friendship
The teenage co-editors of a new book about boys’ social dynamics talk about what they aren’t telling the adults in their lives with author Rosalind Wiseman
TIME Explains: The Meningitis Outbreak at Princeton University
Seven cases of a rare form of meningitis were reported on Princeton University’s campus. Here’s what you need to know.