The Way You Vape Could Make It Even More DangerousIn the wake of six deaths and 380 cases of confirmed and probable lung disease across the US, the Trump administration has called for banning most flavored e-cigarettes because of their huge appeal to young people.
How To Be A Human Lie Detector Of Fake News, According To The Latest ScienceFake news existed long before the internet.
FDA Takes Major Step Toward Approving First Peanut Allergy TreatmentThe US Food and Drug Administration's Allergenic Products Advisory Committee on Friday voted in favor of approving a treatment for peanut allergies in children.
Daughter Gives Prankster Dad Comedic ObituaryA Connecticut man, known for pulling pranks, got his very own comedic farewell this week in an unusual obituary.
Women Using Glue To Create Fuller Lips In New Beauty TrendInspired by celebrities such as the Kardashians, more and more women are trying a bizarre new beauty hack to temporarily create a fuller-looking pout.
Michigan To See 'Friday The 13th' Harvest Moon In 2019A rare Harvest Moon will appear in the night sky across America on Friday, Sept. 13.
Truck Carrying 72,000 Pounds Of Chocolate Catches Fire On InterstateA tractor-trailer carrying some sweet cargo caught fire Wednesday afternoon in Missouri, closing the westbound lanes of a major interstate for several hours.
Sit, Stand, Sit: The New Science About How To Best Use Your Standing DeskSitting is the new smoking, we're told, and suddenly sit-stand desks are everywhere. But do we know just how healthy they are and the best ways to use them?
Study: Fewer 'Economically Attractive' Men To Blame For Marriage DeclineA shortage of "economically-attractive" men may be one reason for a steady decline in marriages in the United States, according to new research.
Woman Accused Of Cutting Off Husband's Penis After Tying Him UpA North Carolina woman who allegedly cut off her husband's penis was charged with malicious castration and kidnapping, local law enforcement officials said.
How The Government Is Using Siri And Alexa To Stop The Spread Of Census MisinformationAs the United States government gears up for its 2020 census, it's working closely with large tech companies to get ahead of potential malicious campaigns looking to exploit their platforms to deter people, including minorities, from taking part in the once-a-decade event. The Census Bureau is going so far as to consider how voice assistants, such as Apple's Siri and Amazon's Alexa, could be used to spread misinformation.