Slumber Party Barbie of 1965 came with her own "How to Lose Weight" book. One tip: "Don’t eat."
According to New Scientist magazine, a fresh study from the University of Queensland suggests that moderate doses of caffeine will make you more likely to agree with arguments that go against your bel
I used to think "My Humps" was the world's most obnoxious earworm. Then I heard "Bananaphone," which goes something like this: "Ringringringringringringring.
DNA evidence has apparently linked a Miami accountant to Genghis Khan.
Because I'm the only girl on this blog, I feel it's my occasional duty to clue you guys in to What Women Want.
Forget all those romanticized notions you have of life in the good old days.
Interesting article in the New York Times today about Keith Richards having a hole drilled in his head.
Here's a curious excerpt:
I notice that some people seem annoyed that Britney Spears is breeding again.
Let me just say a couple of words in her defense.
For the last few years, we've read story after story about the potential benefits of green tea.
My tastes are simple. I like $300 jeans and William Gaddis novels and the cuisine of Ferran Adria.
According to this Business Week article, the Turkish government has announced that they are officially banning the sale of all energy drinks with more than 150 milligrams of caffeine in them.
A fantastic headline in this week's St. Petersburg Times caught my eye this morning. (Wait, you mean you don't read Florida's newspapers online?
I'm getting married in nine days. And so I've been thinking a lot about weddings and marriages.
I know the mental_floss mission is to make learning a lifelong endeavor, but this guy just puts us to shame.
Abe Rosenthal, the former executive editor of the New York Times who completely transformed the paper during his tenure, died last night.