People who spend more time on social networking sites report more conflict in their relationships and are more likely to break up.
Should a doctor use information you've posted to social media sites to determine whether you're worthy of care? As Anthony shows us, this is not just a theoretical question.
Forget passing notes: These days students are busy texting and tweeting during class. Laci Green looks at whether all this mobile tech in the classroom is really a good or bad thing.
This week Discovery News readers fought the cell phone cancer scare with sarcasm. But does our expert think we should be taking the WHO's warning so casually?
An earthquake and a hurricane? It's never happened before in the same week, in the same place.
Your ancestors probably had sex with Neanderthals -- which makes you part-Neanderthal. Now get over it.
Discovery News readers had a knack for finding conspiracy theories in just about everything this week -- from orange goo to dancing squid.
Who won our April Fools' headline contest? Read on to find out if it was you. Also, the best readers' comments.
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