Dr Pepper is making good on its promise of free soda now that the release of Guns N' Roses' "Chinese Democracy" is a reality.
The editorial is a series of pictures with the same model in different ages, everything done with amazing make-up and lighting. I wonder how they have made the wrinkles.
Are chocolate chips better than Viagra? According to Journal of Nutrition’s latest September and October issues, chocolate has some pretty exciting therapeutic potential. If you want to avoid being on “the little blue pill” you should consider taking a daily dose of the little brown pill.
While many retailers are feeling the pinch, the food industry is prospering with convenience food proving to be a popular item for many families who are eating out less than before.
A 26-year-old Guinean immigrant living in New York said she took on three muggers on the subway after they stole her purse containing her green card. The New York Post said Wednesday after one of the muggers punched Marie Conde to allow an accomplice to steal her purse, the immigrant leaped into action to retrieve her belongings.
Physicians at four European universities have completed what they say is the first successful transplant of a human windpipe using a patient’s own stem cells to fashion an organ and prevent its rejection by her immune system. One of the physicians said the surgery could herald a “new age in surgical care.”
A team of 20 physicists from four institutions has literally made something from nothing, creating particles of matter from ordinary light for the first time.
This isn't your typical day on The Price is Right. Watch what happens as Taylor's celebrates his 19th birthday
Nursing-home residents have sexual needs too. And now researchers are finding ways to educate staff on the taboo topic and provide accommodations for the elderly to shack up under some privacy.
The Zapruder film of the Kennedy assassination; The Mansell Collection from London; Dahlstrom glass plates of New York and environs from the 1880s; and the entire works left to the collection from LIFE photographers Alfred Eisenstaedt, Gjon Mili, and Nina Leen. These are just some of the things you'll see in Google Image Search today.