Alberto Salazar Hernández

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12 everyday stretches that will help you stay flexible and fit at any age

When it comes to stretching, there are a lot of options to choose from.<p>But what are the best everyday stretches for anyone looking to avoid sore muscles, get more flexible, and protect his or her muscles from injuries?<p>We turned to Marilyn Moffat, a professor of physical therapy at New York …

Yoga

Eat yourself thin: A step-by-step plan for losing weight and keeping it off

As clocks go forward this month, the summer countdown begins — and we have a plan to get you beach body ready in just 10 weeks.<p>No fad diet or banning of food groups — this is about changing your relationship with food and exercise and is the basis for an all-year guide to help you keep the weight …

Fitness

Japan scientists detect rare, deep-Earth tremor

Another kind of tremor, known as P waves, or primary wave microseisms, can be detected during major hurricanes.<p>P waves are fast-moving, and animals …

Neil deGrasse Tyson Feuds with Conservative Radio Host

Neil deGrasse Tyson found himself in a sudden and amusing feud with <b>Neal Larson</b>, a conservative radio host and columnist from Idaho. Larson had …

Neil deGrasse Tyson

New Mac malware discovered in the wild installing backdoors

Allowing attackers to hijack systems, the malware comes disguised as a fake file converter available at reputable download sites, Bitdefender warns.<p>A new piece of nasty malware targeting Mac systems has been discovered in the wild, allowing attackers to hijack users' computers.<p>Dubbed …

The end of sexual reproduction could be 20 years away, claims bioethicist

In 1997, the film <i>Gattaca</i> warned of a future in which emerging reproductive technologies led to eugenics and genetic discrimination. For Stanford law …

Genetics

Japan’s UltraSmall Houses Photos

In Japanese cities, the average house is 1,075 square feet. That makes sense when you consider that the country has a landmass smaller than Montana but a population that puts it at number 11 worldwide. Creativity abounds despite such constraints, notes Naomi Pollack in Jutaku: Japanese Houses …

After Disney Shutters Infinity, What Happens to Toys-to-Life Games?

The 2011 launch of Activision’s Skylanders marked the birth of toys-to-life, a hybrid genre that encourages the purchase of toy figurines that …

The Thing No One Tells You About Relationships

The other day one of my friends asked me why I never write or talk about my marriage publicly.<p>The answer was easy... Because it's SO private!<p>As a coach and teacher, I make a daily to choice to be vulnerable and share a lot of my personal life. But, I've always believed that my husband was an …

Stop Adding Stuff To Your Life, It's Time To Declutter Your Soul Now

We live in a society that always tells us to get more.<p>You may be doing this unconsciously, because you’ve always been living this way and that’s your …

Productivity

The Differences between Happiness and Meaning in Life

“Humans may resemble many other creatures in their striving for happiness, but the quest for meaning is a key part of what makes us human, and …

Visit The Tech Graveyard And Remember All The Terrible Cell Phones You Used To Love

Mobile phones have come a long way through the years — from the first Motorola brick to the latest generation of life-transforming (for better or worse?) smartphones. With that evolution, it’s gotten easy to take our old machines for granted. So, let’s take a walk through the landfill of history …

James Spader

35 Things You Should Know Before Becoming ‘Successful’

<b>1. It’s Never As Good As You Think It Will Be</b><p><i>“One of the enemies of happiness is adaptation,”</i> says Dr. Thomas Gilovich, a psychology professor at …

Happiness Myth No. 6: Money Can’t Buy Happiness.

<i>As I’ve studied happiness over the past few years, I’ve learned many things that surprised me. Each day for two weeks, I’m debunking one “happiness</i> …

thegoodreads.in

100 Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter, Better, and Wiser

Listen to these 100 podcasts and you will become wiser, smarter, and better at business and life.<p>Podcasting is a great way to learn and be inspired. It's a new use of technology that hearkens back to the original social medium, storytelling.<p>If you have an interest in entrepreneurship, tech, …

Entrepreneurship

Neuroscience Discovers 5 Things That Will Make You Happy

So what’s going to make you happy? Let’s get more specific: what’s going to make your <i>brain</i> happy? And let’s focus on things that are simple and easy …

Happiness

Here’s what the world will be like in 2045, according to DARPA’s top scientists

Predicting the future is fraught with challenges, but when it comes to technological advances and forward thinking, experts working at the Pentagon's research agency may be the best people to ask.<p>Launched in 1958, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is behind some of the biggest …

Singularity

New Samsung patent shows off a phone that unfolds into a tablet (with bonus Apple cameo)

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has just published an application from Samsung (via 9to5Mac) that attempts to patent a foldable electronic device. It’s likely that one of the examples depicted in the application represents the company’s upcoming foldable smartphone, dubbed Project Valley.<p>First …

Mobile