Anthony Cataudella

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Want Your Kids to Be Successful and Happy? Research Recommends This Parenting Style

A new study asks adults about how they were parented to uncover the best way to raise successful kids.<p>When it comes to folk wisdom on how to raise happy and successful kids, we all do the same thing. We look at the families around us and try to identify what's working, and what's not. Then we …

Once thought of as just a dream — is the hyperloop a real possibility?

It sounds like science fiction: a hyperloop that propels passengers traveling from San Francisco to Los Angeles in levitating pods through a nearly airless tube. Their pace rivals the speed of sound. The journey takes only 30 minutes.<p>According to Brogan BamBrogan, former SpaceX engineer and now …

9 Heavenly Honeymoon Ideas For Couples Who Want To Unplug On A Budget

The most relaxing spots, according to travel experts 🌴<p>Wedding planning is stressful. So if you're fortunate enough to go on a honeymoon after the big day, we recommend somewhere you can unplug and recharge.<p>The resorts below are travel agent-recommended and make it easy to disconnect -- plus, they …

Brain Science Has Finally Figured Out How to Help Athletes Train 50 Percent Faster

By targeting specific areas of the brain, this headphone helps athletes pick up training regimens faster.<p>A new headphone is helping athletes train for their sport 50 percent faster.<p>The technology, based on the concept of neuropriming, is already helping the military to train fighter pilots and …

There's a Real, Scientific Reason We Love Oral Sex

Let's take it back to basics.<p>Why do we engage in oral sex? As foreplay, or because we genuinely like it?<p>Well, according to a recent study, it looks like there is a lot more science behind why we love oral sex than simply moving from third base to fourth base. We all know why we have an innate need …

Working and Sleeping Late Are Bad for Your Health, Science Says

If you want to eat more veggies and exercise more, perhaps it's time to reset your morning alarm.<p>Starting off the day right can lead to increased productivity and focus throughout the day. This fact explains why we're suckers for listicles that divulge the morning habits of successful people. It …

How to Hack Your Hormones So You Can Sleep Better, Gain Muscle, and Have More Sex

Science says you can control your chemistry. Here’s how<p>Think of your body as a Fortune 500 company. There are layers of management, countless systems that must work together seamlessly, and tons of goals that occasionally conflict.<p>In other words, it’s complicated. Thankfully, you don’t have to …

Wellness

Acer and Starbreeze join forces for powerful StarVR headset

Game studio Starbreeze is hoping for a big pay day after partnering with hardware manufacturer Acer on its high-end VR headset.<p>Dubbed StarVR, the kit …

Samsung Gear Fit 2 and Gear IconX wireless earbuds leak out

The next version of Samsung's Gear Fit is right around the corner.<p>The unannounced wearable, tentatively dubbed the Gear Fit 2, made an accidental …

Phones

I Used DNA Testing To Personalize My Workouts And Here’s What Happened

On a typical night last fall, when I was sitting on the couch with my husband, watching bad TV and drinking a glass of red wine, I did something …

Microsoft Warns Windows 7 Has A Serious Problem

Earlier this year Microsoft warned users that Windows 7 has serious problems. I dismissed its claims as a desperate attempt to shift copies of Windows 10 (and I still do), but now Microsoft has warned of a new serious Windows 7 problem that is very real – even though it makes <i>no sense whatsoever</i>…<p>In …

Windows 10

Why It Might Be a Good Idea to Zap Your Brain With Electricity | Inc.com

These days you can use tech to hack your work routine, your education, even your fridge. So why not use tech to hack the most important driver of the human experience of all, your brain?<p>It still might sound a little sci-fi, but scientists and entrepreneurs are already experimenting with wearable …

The Big Bang Is a Scientific Mystery, and Black Holes Are Devouring the Clues

<b>Christophe Galfard:</b> The interesting thing about trying to unravel the laws of nature is that yes, we have found some laws. We understand gravity to …

Step away from the dog! Here's why scientists say you shouldn't hug your pup

Humans are huggers. Most of us just love to go up to the people we care for and give them a big, all-encompassing embrace. So why shouldn't we do it to the furrier members of our families?<p>Because it's totally stressing them out, that's why.<p>As an article published in Psychology Today points out, …

Risks of harm from spanking confirmed by analysis of 5 decades of research

The more children are spanked, the more likely they are to defy their parents and to experience increased anti-social behavior, aggression, mental …

14 of the most affordable places for Americans to retire outside the US

The prospect of living comfortably for less and seeing more of the world pushes many to consider becoming expats, yielding some unexpected (and welcome) benefits.<p>There are, of course, several key factors to consider before making the move abroad, including language, safety, and contact with loved …