Somewhere in either Chicago, Baltimore or Washington, someone plunked down $3,995 to buy the Motorola DynaTAC 8000X, the first handheld cellphone, on March 13, 1984 — 30 years ago today. We don't know who that first cellphone buyer was.
Love is the key to happiness, but is happiness truly the key to love? At times, it feels like everyone else you know is happily in love. We dug into the most compelling studies out there to answer the question you've always secretly wondered: How do you stack up against other so-called 'happy' couples?
In the digital swirl of Facebook status updates, emotions expressed online are contagious, according to a new study encompassing more than 100 million people in the U.S. and a billion messages that they posted.
Men with restless legs syndrome could also be more likely to experience problems with daily physical tasks, such as climbing stairs, lifting groceries and walking relatively short distances, according to a new study.
Just like adults, children as young as 3 tend to judge an individual's character traits, such as trustworthiness and competence, simply by looking at the person's face, new research shows. And they show remarkable consensus in the judgments they make, the findings suggest. Overall, children seemed to be most consistent in judging trustworthiness. This suggests that children may tend to pay particular attention to the demeanor of a face -- that is, whether it is broadly positive or negative.
The world’s oldest woman was celebrating her 116th birthday on Wednesday in a Japanese nursing home with a cake and candles. Misao Okawa, a descendant of kimono merchants in the city of Osaka, western Japan, received a visit from town mayor Takehiro Ogura earlier this week ahead of her birthday, […]