With new diet and health claims coming at you everyday, it's sometimes hard to know what to believe. Well, here's a bright spot: A pair of studies confirm that whole grains are healthy for you, and for the diversity of microbes living in your gut.
If you're a teacher in any type of school, whether it's high school, college, or middle school, it's imperative that you keep an attendance sheet.
If the rumors are right, Microsoft has decided to cancel the second version of the HoloLens, and they will instead move onto version three of their mixed reality headset.
Most people know atopic dermatitis by its common name, eczema—that dry, flaky skin that itches incessantly.
Maternal infection with genital herpes, or other pathogens, during early pregnancy could increase risk of autism, or other neurodevelopmental disorders, says a new study.
Apple might have something big in store for consumers in 2017 to mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone.
There's a lot of conflicting information out there when it comes to the best habits for charging a smartphone's battery, so let's clear some of that up right off the bat.
Have an old bike combination lock that you can't remember the code for? If it's a simply four-digit cable lock, you can easily figure out the combination with a quick peck-and-go method.
Even if your cat drives you a little nuts, don't worry, because a new study says that cats pose no risk to your mental health.
There are already a few ways to use your home computer on the go, but none of them feel very natural when you're out and about, and are clunky options at best.
If you're ever in a major accident or have a bout with acute onset health problems, first responders will need to know as much information about you in order to provide proper care.
Japan is in the process of curbing its aging population and mature workforce. According to The Diplomat, the country's population has been declining at a steady rate.
Life hasn't been very good for LG this past year. The mobile division of the Korean electronics giant has now posted five straight unprofitable quarters, including a $389.4 million loss in Q4 2016, thanks in large part to weak sales of its flagship, the modular LG G5.
Late last year, two surgeons from the Instituto de Ortopedia e Traumatologia de Jaraguá do Sul in Brazil started using a combination of 3D printing and the Microsoft HoloLens to help plan spinal surgeries.
New research suggests the bacteria that causes listeriosis may be a bigger threat in early pregnancy that previously thought.
Long before Apple and Android became household names, Nokia dominated the mobile industry. The Finland-based company was one of the first to develop smartphones, and their classic N95 with 2G "high-speed" internet connectivity was declared the "best smartphone ever" by some in 2007.
Every year, 100-200 people in the US contract leptospirosis, but usually 50% of the cases occur in Hawaii where outdoor adventurers are exposed to Leptospira bacteria found in freshwater ponds, waterfalls, streams, and mud.
Android is Google's project, so of course you can see the search giant's fingerprints all over the operating system.
Selecting text on a touchscreen device has always been a major pain point. Those tiny little arrows that let you adjust the selection area are always too hard to actually adjust, making precision all but impossible.
Six people have died from fungal infections in Pittsburgh hospitals since 2014—that fact is indisputable.