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The good news: we're eating fewer calories. The bad news: that's not translating into lower obesity rates.
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Who the hell says 'phygital'?! Annual 'buzzword report'
Including a $550 cat hamster wheel (pictured) and "Dude Wipes." Via the excellent The Worst Things For Sale .
If you swear by a hair of the dog, bananas, green tea or aspirin, you are deluding yourself, writes Dr Luisa Dillner
Google has just released a new, interactive star map that allows you to point, click and zoom your way around our local volume of galactic space.
Artist Makes Terrifyingly Detailed Monster Drawings On Post-Its - DesignTAXI.com...
A Dutch company creates a sophisticated system for optimizing an age-old farming process by monitoring cows' patterns and extracting and analyzing their milk...
Drinking a glass of Merlot could help you control your weight because it contains a compound that stops fat cells from forming, say scientists from Purdue University in Indiana.
Few of them would appear to have had the desired effect, however, as from the age of 16 that equates to around two a year.
A 450-year-old letter described as one of the world's oldest sick notes has been sold at auction in Edinburgh.
Ironic billboard of the month!?
Research by Co-operative Funeralcare reveals many people would not turn off device or even turn the sound down
Researchers have developed a prototype prosthetic hand that sends information two ways: from the brain to the hand and vice versa. The mind-controlled hand, which is connected by electrodes to two...
Take an iPad, affix it to a colorful plastic potty, then let the little darlings answer nature’s call while their eyes are glued to a screen. It's called "iPotty."
I’ve put together a slide show of historical photographs of physical activity to help get us all over the hump and keep our New Year’s resolutions strong for at least a little longer.
Your belly button is a veritable biosphere, housing an average of 67 different species of bacteria, according to a new study that examined the contents of people's navels.
We already have white noise, and now there an equivalent for smell.
It's almost as long as Pi. Methionylalanylthreonylserylarginylglycylalanylserylarginylcyst...
Curious appetites: surgery and the foreign body.
People are at increased risk of heart attacks the two days after clocks go forward, research suggests, because body clock is messed up...
British woman Nicola Wilding is considering having her hand cut off and replaced with a bionic one after she lost use of her right arm following a car crash.
Kamarule's 'Facial Codes' is a series of photographs that challenge the viewer to go beyond what meets the eye.