Why do young concertgoers shout their lungs out like they're auditioning for a slasher flick? It's partly because screaming is a customary ritual for such an event. It's also because screaming is a primal form of sociological expression.
The Hanwa Eagles have introduced a cheering section of automated fans that can be controlled by fans at home. The struggling team hopes these new supporters will improve the game-day atmosphere.
Although ingredients in Gatorade and Powerbars may help intense athletes perform at their highest level, the rest of us ought to stay away.
The future of golf in the United States is dim due to a glaring lack of interest by the millennial generation. The reasons why young people don't golf? It's all about the green -- money, not grass.
Christian theologists have long grappled with how the discovery of extraterrestrial life would fit within the parameters of Christian history and ideology. Unsurprisingly, opinions on the matter are diverse.
If you're checking Facebook instead of ordering food, posting on Instagram as your meal gets cold, or haranguing a bartender into letting you charge your phone... you may just be the bane of a restaurant owner's existence.
A new gadget called the pd.id detects date rape drugs that may have been slipped inconspiculously into an unattended drink. The devices are battery powered and can be used repeatedly.
Scientists have long believed jealousy to be a chiefly human emotion based on assumptions that the it is the result of advanced cognitive capabilities. A new study authored by a UC San Diego psychologist argues against those assumptions with findings that dogs feel and exhibit jealousy just like humans do.
A new study by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco finds that the wage growth gap between recent college grads and the rest of the workforce is wider than ever.
Many menus are meticulously designed not to inform the customer but to influence him/her to spend more money. The secret is psychology.
A luxury apartment building is now under construction in Taiwan, and its design was inspired by the double helix of the DNA molecule.
A recently discovered crater in the Yamal peninsula region of Siberia has scientists scratching their heads as to how exactly it formed.
Just as Shazam helps identify songs from snippets, a new technology developed by British scientists will be able to match bird calls with a virtual database. If made into an app, it would give a whole new definition to the phrase "tweeting."
Researchers believe this cave painting may turn out to be over 40,000 years old, old enough to outdate modern humans.
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy ranked Germany first and Mexico last in a rating of major economies and energy efficiency.