By now, you may have seen the new feel-good video making the rounds on the internet featuring a polar bear “patting” a dog on its head in Churchill, Canada. The CBC called the bear a “gentle giant.” The
It's guaranteed to put a smile on your face. From shopping for new clothes to finding everything on the supplies list your kid's teacher sent out, back-to-school season is beyond busy. When you're in need
At 61, I was unemployed. Sooner or later, my severance package would stop arriving in my checking account, and although I've never worried much about money, I began thinking of ways to cut back, something
Psychology and business success go hand in hand. It's been well documented that people like Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, and Richard Branson all have unique mindsets that have contributed to their success.
Former top military psychiatrist says 42% of cases had no firm link to military service, diverting resources from genuine needs Almost half of the service personnel assessed by military pyschiatrists mental
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South Korean photographer Jaewoon U has gathered quite the following on 500px, and rightly so. His majestic landscape shots of his home country are nothing if not magical, overflowing with colors and details.
Nola, 41, a northern white rhino, had been a much-loved feature of San Diego Zoo Park. Her death leaves just three of the critically endangered animals alive anywhere in the world And then there were An
British singer Adele wore a prosthetic nose and a fake chin to go undercover for a TV prank. The “Rolling In The Deep” singer added the prosthetics to her face and teamed them with a wig to disguise herself
Seriously. Carrots aren't the most exciting veggie out there. For many of us, they were one of our first foods, fed to us as a pureed mush before we could even talk. After a lifetime of eating this root
Folk artist Darren Hanlon tells a small story of a moment of shared humanity with his Uber driver. According to Hanlon, it was as if he was waiting to dovetail the topic into conversation, the events the
A leading head has said children are so honest during entrance interviews that he can "unpick the coaching and tutoring" Spending thousands on tutoring is a waste of money as headteachers can tell in nano
For some time now, I've been skeptical about the neuroscience of consciousness. Not so much because I doubt that consciousness is affected by neural states and processes, but because of the persistent
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - El Nino's warm currents have brought fish in an unexpected spectrum of shapes and colors from Mexican waters to the ocean off California's coast, thrilling scientists with the of
"There are a lot of ways to die here". Not the most comforting of words when among forboding mountain crags and shards of ice, each the size of a small house. But given that travellers from the Karakoram