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Researchers in the UK and Japan have noticed a reduction in the frequencies with which people partake in sex.
From TV, to movie theaters, to the gaming realm, second screen experiences have infiltrated all kinds of media.
What Neilsen's incorporation of social media into TV ratings means for your favorite shows.
A UK pilot program intends to increase breastfeeding rates with monetary incentives but does not address society's issue with the practice.
Since the midseason finale of Teen Wolf, the show’s social media has hit a bumpy patch with fans.
The debate over rape jokes was rekindled after tweets wishing rape on Emma Roberts surfaced in response to the premiere of American Horror Story.
A new case study report found that teens who overcome obesity are more likely to develop an unidentified and untreated eating disorder.
We’ve seen celebrities in and out of rehab, but they don’t go to just any old rehab facility.
Dance United works with disadvantaged youths and in the UK to get their lives on track through dance programs.
Tyler Elick and Danny Wax created the Spreadsheets app to measure performance in bed and bring couples closer together.
Our smart phones have become a reflection of our lives, which includes the less talked about aspects like masturbation and STDs.
A Philadelphia artist uses a loom to depict contemporary images, from nude selfies to used condoms.
Amidst debate over the federal minimum wage, NYC politicians attempted to live one week on $92.
The sixth season of True Blood just ended and I can safely say I have grown to hate the show, but for some reason I still watch it.
Following the announcement of the next Doctor, a debate has sprung up over the gender and race of the iconic character.
How DVDs changed cult movies at the turn of the century and how social media is changing the genre today.
Either you were that kid, knew that kid, or hated that kid who obsessed over the touring pop punk extravaganza in high school, but do the haters today have a point?
When it comes to private prisons, the sinners, hold the keys.
A preview of the San Diego convention coming this weekend.
Hollywood has gone a little crazy with the visual effects in recent years, but is the film industry creating quality movies?
While Americans have been enthralled with A&E’s Hoarders, how many are guilty of digital hoarding?
Why should you be forced to grow up, especially on your birthday?
Twitter and Google have released transparency reports in the past, but what does that mean in light of the NSA PRISM scandal?
A new trend is cropping up in television series of covering an extremely brief period of time over a full season.
There are a wide range of smartphone apps available for activists on the go.
Phillip Patterson, a resident of Philmont, NY, recently finished writing out the King James Bible by hand.
President Obama’s Project AWARE will fund mental health initiatives, but it might not be enough.
Nielsen and Twitter bridge the gap between social media and television.
Remembering what happened isn't always easy, but President Obama is making a $100 million bet we can change that.
No reenactments, no catch-phrasing, just the Veronica Mars Kickstarter.
They're more than just make believers, these fans put the fan in fantastically dressed.
A cheat sheet to the Shakespearean geek fest everyone's talking about.
Looking to make a positive change? The HOPE Campaign gets their hands dirty doing good in local communities.
Bringing back the shows of yesterday for the kids of tomorrow. What could go wrong?
Your guide to hair blogs and how to make your locks look this good.
Are the things we fear actually worth worrying about?
Cursing bans and why they don't really work.
Just because it's flu season, doesn't mean you HAVE to take the flu shot.