For the first time since their initial recommendation in 1962, the Department of Health and Human Services has recommended lowering fluoride levels.
Millennials are the largest generation yet - and marketers, retailers, and all kinds of other groups are studying them but they're not what you think.
Not only does it have practical applications, it will also serve as a tool in experiments that were previously beyond our ability.
You're familiar with UNICEF and Green Peace, but these lesser-known organizations are changing the world by thinking outside of the (collection) box.
This can be deadly, especially if your phone is charging. What's unclear is if the incident involved submersion of the phone or simply a wet hand.
Underage smartphone sales (including any sale where an adult buys a phone for a child under 13) would result in a fine for retailers.
A new Canadian law defines gender identity obstruction as child abuse, giving government the power to remove children from the home because of it.
Back to your social media and electronics, you motivated teens. There's no opportunity to be had here.
A landmark case in Massachusetts leaves a lot of questions about whether goading someone into suicide is a criminal offense.
What would you do with an extra $1,000 a month? As Utopian as it sounds, it could be a necessary reality for U.S. citizens sooner than you think.
We have the technology, we just don't trust it. An ongoing MIT study highlights the rapid decline in consumer interest.
Next month, Oregon will vote on whether a new gender option will be available for government-issued I.D.s, giving citizens another option: an 'X'.