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The 11 Basic Egg Recipes Everyone Needs to Know

If you ask me, eggs are one of the most perfect foods. They're budget-friendly, protein-packed, have a relatively long life in the fridge, and are …

You can now make Spotify playlists in your group chat

Spotify just released a fresh new feature just in time for your summer.<p>A new update to Spotify's Facebook Messenger extension allows you to create …

3 Ways To Become A Faster Runner

I’ve been thinking quite a bit about my progression as a runner; I’m really proud of how I’ve managed to grow as a runner over the past year and a …

Here are 10 things you can do legally if you go to the right country [INFOGRAPHIC]

While the majority of the laws are rightfully in place to keep us safe and secure, there are still some fairly bizarre ones.<p>Check out this …

Infographics

9 natural detox foods your body will love you for after Thanksgiving weekend

Thanksgiving week may be over, but that doesn’t mean we don’t need to detox from all the Thanksgiving food we’ve consumed. Hopefully you’re at the …

The Venom From This Snake Will Make Your Life a Living Hell

The menacingly beautiful blue coral snake preys on other fast moving, venomous snakes. To immobilize its prey, this reptile employs a particularly …

"Red wine hot chocolate" is a thing, and it's about to become your go-to winter beverage

Wine is one of those things that makes everything better. Whether you’re into cheap wine, expensive wine, red wine, white wine, or some Jessica …

5 Mental Habits That Will Make You Much Smarter, According to an MIT Neuroscientist

IQ is largely fixed, but intelligence depends on context and approach.<p>Give a person an IQ test in elementary school and again when he or she is a senior citizen and science suggests the score will remain largely unchanged. Which means, like it or not, our sheer mental horsepower is largely …

Fact-checking the first Clinton-Trump presidential debate

By Glenn Kessler<p>, The Fact Checker<p>Michelle Ye Hee Lee<p>, Reporter<p>In the first debate between presidential contenders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, Trump repeatedly relied on troublesome and false facts that have been debunked throughout the campaign. Clinton stretched the truth on occasion, such …

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China stocks edge up, helped by property sector strength

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China stocks edged up on Wednesday, aided by a second day of gains for property shares and growing expectations of state-owned enterprise (SOE) reforms.<p>A Chinese investor monitors share prices at a securities company in Shanghai November 12, 2003. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV/File …

How Will Home Design Be In The Future

For curious minds, wondering about how home designs will be in the future is one interesting topic to tackle. What could it be? Perhaps, designs more …

Home Ownership

Childhood Trauma Leads To Lifelong Chronic Illness -- So Why Isn't The Medical Community Helping Patients?

When I was twelve, I was coming home from swimming at my neighbor's dock when I saw an ambulance's flashing lights in our driveway. I still remember the asphalt burning my feet as I stood, paralyzed, and watched the paramedics take away my father. It was as if I knew those flashing lights were a …

16 US cities you'd never thought to visit (but really should)

1. Denver<p>3. Louisville, Kentucky<p>7. Boulder, Colorado<p>9. Phoenix, Arizona

Atheism Advocate: Religion Is Harming Society And Lives

<i>Atheist US Presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan delivering a secular-inspired Transhumanist Bill of Rights to the US Capitol -- Photo by Roen Horn</i><p>All around the world, religious terror is striking and threatening us. Whether in France, Turkey, London, or the USA, the threat is now constant. We can …

Religion

Soccer Darts Looks Even Harder to Play When You're Drunk

Whoever thought that putting a game involving sharp pointed darts in a pub where people are getting drunk clearly wasn’t worried about safety. Foot …

Dads play key role in child development

Fathers play a surprisingly large role in their children's development, from language and cognitive growth in toddlerhood to social skills in fifth …

Michigan State University

6 Must-Follow Rules For Summer Marathon Training

Summer marathon training is in full speed. Follow these six rules to run well and happy all summer and well into the fall.<p>1. Learn the difference …

Marathons

Neuroscience Reveals the Nourishing Benefits That Silence Has on Your Brain

Here's what happens to your brain when it's surrounded by the noise of nothingness.<p>When's the last time you sat in total, utter silence? While it's not easy to find true peace and quiet, there's now evidence you may want to find more opportunities to embrace noiselessness throughout your day.<p>We …

This Is What China Thinks About U.S. Shootings

The troubling police shootings of two black men this week, one in Minnesota and one in Louisiana, followed on Thursday night by the fatal shooting of five white Dallas police officers and the wounding of seven others by Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, an African American military veteran who had served …

14 Surprising Psychological Reasons Someone Might Fall In Love With You

<b>3. If you display the right facial expression.</b><p>Happiness is generally attractive on women — but not so much on men.<p>In 2011, researchers conducted …

Why we feel emotions in our guts, and what microbes have to do with it

In the dark, oxygen-free zone of our large intestines, a vast community of life is flourishing. Scientists say there are more than 100 trillion microbes living there, and if you gathered them all together, they would weigh more than our brains.<p>In his new book, "The Mind-Gut Connection," Dr. Emeran …

6 Psychology Books That Answer the Big Questions: Today in Critical Linking

<i>To understand how your mind works and how you can improve your decision-making, explore these six psychology and behavioral economics books, each one</i> …

Books

How to Taste Sweeter Down There

I wasn't always a fan of receiving oral, but when I got put on to how good it felt, I was and <i>stayed</i> hooked. Despite the interest I had for my vagina …

Bread

Shark Week 2016: what to watch (and what to avoid), according to a shark scientist

Shark Week is upon us. This Sunday night, June 26, the Discovery Channel will begin airing its 28th annual week dedicated to these carnivorous fish. ​(Scroll down for a detailed guide to watching.)​<p>Shark Week has been a reliable pop culture phenomenon and ratings bonanza for Discovery through the …

3 Ways to Become a Stronger, Faster Runner — Today

Running is something we humans have been doing for thousands of years. Our bodies are built for it. But that doesn’t mean you can just hop off your …

Roads

Your favourite US national parks – and how to visit them

This week's winning entry<p>A taste of the Old West in Big Bend<p>Big Bend National Park in Texas is well off the tourist trail, unheard-of by many Americans and miles from the nearest settlement. It is a green desert landscape, dotted with exotic vegetation that thrives in a dry climate. Century plants …

6 Simple Ways to Talk Your Brain Out of Negativity

Negativity is sticky. It's hard to make it go away. Here are a few tips to help positivity prevail.<p>It's easier to recall negative thoughts and memories than positive ones. And the more we recall those negative thoughts, the more they stick with us. Suppose you feel like an idiot because of a dumb …

Autoimmune disorders are on the rise. Yet, few things are really known about them. New breakthroughs in genetics and stem cells have created cutting-edge therapies, and some studies indicate that we may have a cure in hand.

For sailors, a mutiny was one of the most harrowing and fearsome events, though if a sea captain was a tyrant, it could be justified. In the military …