Data and tech are invading sports arenas at a relentless pace with major emphasis being placed on advanced metrics. On one hand, incorporating new information can help revolutionize a sport. On the other, invasive testing could instigate a conflict between executives and athletes.
Life expectancy has hit a new high in the United States: 76.4 for men, 81.4 for women. But it's important to remember that certain demographics have widely varying expectancies due to several major variables.
A recent marriage study out of Emory University revealed some notable facts about wedding spending. For example, women whose engagement rings cost more than $20,000 are 3.5 more likely to get divorced than brides with more modest rocks.
The discovery of the brain's "GPS," which netted three scientists the Nobel Prize for Medicine, will allow researchers to study the process by which dementia steals control of the body from the afflicted.
If you're hoping to wipe low-income fish from your dating pool, Luxy may be the app for you. Swipe right for a peek into his or her Swiss Bank Account.
The High Fidelity and Fever Pitch author recently told Cheltenham Festival attendees that no one should have to pridefully trudge through highbrow novels or force children to labor through books they find boring. Doing so sets a bad precedent.
Earlier this year, doctors at the Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine successfully implanted lab-grown vaginas in four patients with underdeveloped sex organs. Now the team is looking to replicate that success with men via lab-grown penises.
Modern workers subscribe more and more to the axiom "time is more valuable than money." How will the business world acclimate to accommodate this trend?
Whether it's berries or mushrooms or any other sort of free-growing food, the most important thing to learn is which types are safe to eat and which ones are better left alone.
There are many misconceptions about the nature of stress. Perhaps most notable among these misconceptions is that stress is always bad for you. In fact, some research suggests that a little stress in one's life leads to greater health.
Arika Okrent of The Week recently shared eleven facts about everyone's favorite Germanic diaeresis.
The rise of smartphones and social media has made it easier for people in committed relationships to maintain contact with old flames, have emotional affairs, and keep a spare close by in case things don't work out.
The malware -- called BadUSB -- doesn't attack devices' memories, but rather takes advantage of a fundamental structural flaw in how they operate. Everything from USB keyboards to iPad chargers are susceptible.
To be successful in whatever you do, you've got to be good at failing. To be good at failing, it helps to be optimistic about taking the next step.
According to TwoFold CEO Alison McMahon, a leader who doesn't care (or can't pretend to care) about his or her employers isn't much of a leader at all.