Tobacco companies in Indonesia roll out new cigarette packs with warning labels.
A new study found that time spent on Facebook could help predict which users have an increased risk of developing eating disorders.
Harvard professor debunks claim that selfies are spreading head lice in teenagers.
A new study reported that sending pictures of skin conditions to dermatologists could be as effective as an in-person visit.
Researchers found that good parental connection can effectively discourage teenage sexting.
Australian researchers debunked the "sixth sense" concept, according to a new study.
Researchers report that posting too many selfies can hinder one's close relationships.
After four pictures revealing mastectomy scars were removed from Facebook, a petition was filed that prompted FAcebook to publish a written statement explaining how the pictures could have mistakenly been taken down due to the Website's policies.
British researchers reported that time-lapse imaging could improve the birth rates of in vitro fertilization.
Former meth addict Shanna White has become a Facebook sensation after she shared side-by-side, before and after photographs showing herself during her addiction and after recovery.
An adopted 13-year-old boy with no baby pictures decided to pose as a "newborn" in a photo shoot for his adoptive mother.
Next time take a moment to think before you decide to set up a glamour photo shoot studio featuring yourself in the path of an oncoming express train going nearly 100 miles per hour.
Previous research has found that looking at pictures of cute animals can increase productivity at work, but a new study reveals that adorable pictures may also bring out aggressive behavior.
They may not be scientifically based, but the need for a solution outside of pharmaceuticals may encourage you to consider such options. When traditional medicine is not quite doing the trick, thinking outside the box and trying one of these options may bring surprising results.