A new study examined people's perception of attractiveness and found that having access to the Internet can play a role.
The idea sounds crazy but researchers have recently beamed Wi-Fi on the moon for the first time and the connection is faster than the United States' national average.
Two new studies reported that managing blood pressure by using the Internet and apps could be dangerous for health.
People are most likely to break up after Valentine's Day and before Christmas, according to a new survey.
Researchers found that Internet use can help prevent depression in seniors.
Google searches reveal that people tend to think about their health early in the week.
People who've have encountered Internet trolls those vile, racist, sexist and often profane people who gorge themselves on others' misery, might be psychologically disturbed, a new research is suggesting.
The Internet has brought on the democratization of information for all things including doctor ratings. A new US survey suggests that 65 percent of people reported awareness of online physician ratings and one in four reported using these sties.
Children are teaching their parents how to use technology. A new study reveals that between 30 to 40 percent of parents learn how to use the computer and Internet from their children.
A new study found that excessive electronic media use can cause insomnia in teens.
A growing number of people are turning to the internet to find recipes via food blogs, and experts believe these blogs could help people eat healthier.
Researchers said Internet chatrooms and other online resources may be both good and bad influences for teenagers when it comes to self-harm and suicidal thoughts among depressed young people.
A Swiss study found that more teenagers are being sexually harassed via the Internet than previously thought.
Researchers found that parents underestimate how often their children get cyber bullied.
Anger is the most influential emotion online and it incites more responses than any other sentiments, a new study finds.