Doctors: More People Want Nose Jobs To Make Selfies Look BetterA study published in the journal JAMA Facial Plastic Surgery found that selfies make a person's nose appear to be 30 percent larger than it actually is.
More Time On Smartphones Linked To Higher Suicide Risk In Teens, Study SaysResearchers at Florida State University (FSU) say there's a link between an increased risk of suicide in teens and the time spent using mobile devices.
Smartphones Reduce Cognitive Ability Even When Not In Use, Study FindsAccording to a study, just the mere presence of a smartphone is detrimental to our cognitive ability, irrespective of whether we're using it or not.
Doctor: Blue Light From Electronics Can Wreak Havoc On Children's SleepThe latest research shows that nighttime exposure to blue light – mainly from computers, smartphones, tablets and e-readers -- is particularly harmful.
Move-In Nightmare: Group Of Johns Hopkins Students Robbed At GunpointCollege move-in day turns into a terrifying experience. Four Johns Hopkins students are targeted by armed robbers.Police say those thieves were after one specific item.
Md. Farmers Launch Online Campaign To Build AppsThe owners of a Baltimore County farm are seeking to raise money to build a smartphone app that would keep customers informed of their weekly harvest.
Lawyers Use Smartphone Apps To Market ThemselvesPersonal injury attorneys could be moving away from flashy ads on the sides of buses and spots on daytime television. Several firms in the region have launched apps for smartphones as a way to market and streamline their business.
Md. Jockey Club Releases Smartphone AppsMaryland horse racing fans can now turn to their smartphones for the latest Preakness updates and other racing news.