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Why Have Kids?

It used to be that the Cleavers — dad working an office job, mom raising two boys full-time — were the model American family. But the past several …

Economics professor: We're no closer to happiness than we were in the 1950s

<i>Lord Richard Layard is professor emeritus of economics at the London School of Economics. He was founder-director of its Centre for Economic Performance and now heads CEP's Wellbeing Programme. His work on unemployment, childhood, mental health, and wellbeing has influenced policy in Britain and</i> …

See the Cherry Trees Blossoming in Washington, D.C.

Cherry trees blossom around the Tidal Basin at sunrise near the Jefferson Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Saul …

Cherries

Why Apollo 13 Was Called NASA's Most 'Successful Failure'

After losing oxygen and power in its unsuccessful trip to the moon, Apollo 13 still managed to do one thing well: land back on Earth.<p>April 11 marks …

The Quantified Baby

Parents can use apps to digitally track their pregnancies and, once the child is born, naps, moods, and even diaper changes. Is there a tradeoff to all that data?<p>During my pregnancy, the birth of my son, and the early months of parenthood, technology has been there to mediate every step of the way. …

Chocolate: does it really lift our mood and make us feel romantic? I should cocoa

It’s no surprise people have such strong feelings about chocolate<p>On Monday 12 January 2015, the chocolate formulation of the Cadbury Creme Egg was changed, and there was public uproar. This is not meant to happen: in a world where markets reign supreme, companies feel they have to continually …

Dessert

Why our resemblance to mushrooms may hold the key to life on Earth

Nick Lane’s book The Vital Question attempts to solve one of the universe’s biggest conundrums: why life is the way it is<p>You might not think you have much in common with a mushroom, but Nick Lane begs to differ. “If you look at one of your cells down a microscope and you look at the cell of a …

Biology

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