More patients under 30 are asking for facial procedures to improve the way they look on social media, according to a survey of plastic surgeons.
A Pew survey suggests that evolutionary skeptics continue to be out there. They are many.
Silicon Valley's young power couple tops the 2013 list of most philanthropic Americans.
Fifty-seven percent of people ages 18 and 29 say Edward Snowden "served the public interest" by leaking NSA data. That figure falls to 35 percent among those older than 65.
An advertising company that first focused on fashion, beauty, and celebrity gossip sites, Glam Media has expanded both geographically and content-wise over the past year.
Seems that some people may not be au fait with techspeak -- 77 percent, for example, may not know what SEO is. Isn't that a good thing?
A National Science Foundation survey offers a sobering reflection of knowledge in today's all-knowing world. Many people really do believe the sun circles the Earth. And more than half don't know that humans evolved from animals.
While people in the U.S. are still sending trillions of text messages per year, they sent 5 percent less in 2012 than they did in 2011.
Pew Internet Research reports a notable spike in tablet ownership, which is up 10 percent from a year ago among Americans.
In light of a recent study that shows Americans are below average for math and literacy of all the developed nations, I have rounded up some apps to...well...help my countrymen exercise our collective noggins.