In a recent CDC report, researchers found that one in 25 drivers got behind the wheel despite being sleep deprived.
Scientists have discovered a way to control wheel chairs through body piercings. An experimental device essentially a magnet in a tongue piercing is detected by sensors and eventually converted into commands. These commands can be used to control slew of devices.
A 37-year-old Hungarian man managed to drive ten miles (15 kilometers) to the hospital after accidentally sawing off one of his arms.
A man's face shape may predict how well he'll do in sports, according to a new study on Japanese athletes.
Driving with a cold could be just as dangerous as driving drunk, according to a new study.
Everyone is trying hard to be in their best shape during this festive season. People are cutting down on fatty food, going for a jog and trying out crash diets. However, have you tried staying away from your car to lose those extra pounds? It may sound weird, but it is apparently true. A new study by researchers from University of Illinois suggests that automobile travel and calorie intake per day on a daily basis, both are related to body weight. And a reduction in one, even by a small amount, can bring down people's BMI.