Articles By Kai Miller
Cues of being watched tend to influence people to follow societal norms, a new study finds. Fans have come to Lamar Odom's aid as he faces the possibility of needing a kidney transplant. People undergoing root canals may have gained a powerful yet tiny new ally — diamonds.
Sports Camp Meant To Empower Blind And Visually Impaired Children To Be Featured On HBO's 'Real Sports'
HBO's Real Sports is set to showcase Camp Abilities, a sports camp designed to build confidence in visually impaired children and teens.
Using Smartphone Technology To Create Artificial Eye Lenses May Restore Poor Eyesight, Cure Cataracts
Liquid crystals, the same material found in the screens of smartphones, could possibly put an end to reading glasses and cure cataracts. Black women are more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer later and receive inappropriate treatment when compared to white women.
No Whey: Startup Develops Beer With Whey Protein So Exercisers Can 'Enjoy A Cold One After A Hard Workout'
You may be able to get ripped without skipping happy hour, thanks to whey protein-infused brews. Senior employees' emphasis on personal income outweighs their concern for workplace politics, new study suggests.