New Research Reveals That Bullying in the Workplace Is On the Rise
Almost everyone has encountered that one co-worker who would rather spend every ticking second of an eight-hour workday telling you how to do your job rather that minding their own business and focusing on their own work.
Why Do We Eat Fast Food So, Well, Fast?
There are times when the dining area of a fast food joint looks more like the savage confines of an arctic wolf den with a pack of mangy inhabitants tearing a bloated caribou limb from limb.
Shocking New Study Finds Cutting Calories May Not Mean You Will Live Longer
If you are one of those health nuts who has been counting and cutting calories under the preconceived notion that living on a Third World country starvation diet is the key to achieving longer life – man, do we have some news for you.
What Are the Worst Back-to-School Beverages to Give Your Kids?
Some parents are under the illusion that just because they give their little curtain climbers juice instead of bouncing them off the walls with soda that they are somehow providing them with a lesser evil.
Temper Tantrums in Children Could Be a Sign of Serious Problems
Witnessing a temper tantrum oozing from the sticky mouth of a spoiled little whipper-snapper is not only a less than desirable experience, but it also carries enough nerve-bending weight to turn us adults into the Jimmy Hoffa of the local cherry red behind union.
Mark Zuckerberg Meets Facebook’s Oldest, 101-Year-Old User
While there might not be a spot in ‘The Guinness Book of World Records’ to praise Facebook’s oldest registered user — maybe there should be. On Monday, Florence Detlor, the social network’s oldest registered user, celebrated her 101st birthday by crashing in on Mark Zuckerberg and his crew of hackers, nerds and programmers at Facebook’s California headquarters.
Research Reveals Ways to Identify Dangerous People on Twitter
You might think you can distinguish between civil society and the dance of a maniac just by gazing into the hollow, unstable color of a person’s eyes, but a new study finds that it is actually a person’s Twitter account that tells the haunting tale of the mental defective.
New Research Claims Exercise May Help You Stop Smoking
Smokers who have tried to quit in the past using patches, gum, voodoo witchdoctor magic and other addiction propaganda may just want to step outside for a run the next time they feel the need to smoke,.
Latest Gun Statistics Show Americans Want More Firepower
Sometimes it seems like the philosophy behind the right to bear arms was not thoroughly workshopped by our forefathers before they included it as the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
World’s Oldest Person, Besse Cooper, Turns 116 Years Young
Some might find the 116th birthday marker to be a little daunting. However, if you are healthy and lucky enough to be one of only eight people to celebrate it, we are positive the ride has been one for the books.
Discover Plans to Have PayPal in Millions of Retail Outlets in 2013 — Dollars and Sense
Soon you will be able to use your PayPal account to make purchases at millions of physical retail outlets across the country, thanks to a recent collaboration between merchants and Discover.
Young People in Sweden Actually Believe Cancer is Contagious
Most young adults know that babies do not come from wild-eyed storks or highly potent drinking water, but a new study suggests they might be a little confused about a few other things.