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A unique study of 1million Facebook users has found that men and women become interested in different topics at different times - and the gap between the genders can be as large as 20 years.
It's common for job applicants to use social media to stand out, but one company used Instagram to get creative with an offer.
Drinking a can of soda or other sugary drink a day could increase the risk of kidney stones by nearly a quarter, a new study finds.
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HAXLR8R-accelerated startup Fabule has developed Clyde, an Arduino lamp with a personality that can adorn your home.
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New research has identified a number of triggers that raise and lower blood pressure, such as talking on cell phones and doing yoga, respectively.
SCOTS mum Clare Johnston ditches chicken nuggets in a bid to persuade her sons to join her for healthy stir-fries and salads.
Researchers at the Henry Ford Hospital, in Detroit, U.S., found that people who are left-brained tend to use their right hand to hold their phone to their right ear.
A couple who had intended to fly from Los Angeles to Dakar, Senegal, ended up 7,000 miles away in Dhaka, Bangladesh, because of an airline error.
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Are gadgets making us dumber? Two new studies suggest they might be. One found that people who are interrupted by technology score 20 percent lower on a standard cognition test.
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takeout pizza and a dvd are a natural fit for many. so domino's pizza in brazil decided to combine the two in a campaign via artplan sao paolo.
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The tim-E robot alarm clock not only charges up your iPhone or iPod, but can also wake you up with its rambunctious personality.
A new study based on a long-term data from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has found a connection between weight gain and changes to personality traits.
Air passengers were removed from a holiday jet from Newcastle to Alicante – because there wasn’t enough oxygen on board