Are you always getting criticized for being cell-phone absorbed? It's no secret that phones addiction is an increasingly growing problem. What's more, new research reveals that the average smartphone user looks at their device around 150 times a day.
Typing too many kisses into a text message, and answering the phone during dinner and at the theater are the top tech turn offs in romance, according to a new survey.
Cell phones are lowering men's chances of fatherhood, a new study suggests. Researchers found that men who store their cell phones in their pant pockets could be unintentionally lowering their fertility.
Too many of us are carrying shattered phones because we can't afford new screens. However, scientists from the University of Akron may have discovered a solution to save fragile phones from their dilapidated doom.
New research reveals that spider webs are like harps, with the slightest movement being chords to songs carrying information about prey, mates and the way a web is shaped.
A new study will examine the effects of wireless technologies on children's mental development.
Talking on your cell phone for more than 15 hours a month triples the risk of brain cancer, according to a new study.
In a new study, researchers are examining the effects of virtual home visits for patients with Parkinson's.
A new company has developed biometric shirts that can track movements and heart rate.
Children who play outdoors are happier and smarter than those who stick to television and video games.
A new study tested the eNose in detecting prostate cancer from urine samples and found that the device was accurate.
People are most likely to break up after Valentine's Day and before Christmas, according to a new survey.
You are most likely to 'unfriend' a close high school friend, according to a new Facebook study.
Violent video games really do boost aggressive behavior in children, according to a new study.
A new survey may reveal the reason why men are so sex obsessed. Researchers found that men would have sex for more than four hours and work for only three and a half hours during their "ideal day".
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.