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Researchers Find More Women Buried At Stonehenge Than Men

"As far as the burials go, women were as prominent there as men."<p>Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of 14 women, believed to be of elite status, buried at the iconic prehistoric monument of Stonehenge.<p>The remarkable discovery was announced in the latest publication of British Archaeology, …

Archaeology

Happier people make one key decision about how they spend their time

Sure, time is money.<p>But when you have to make a choice that prioritizes one or the other, which do you favor?<p>Would you go out of your way to buy cheaper gas, even if takes more time? If you were looking at a new job, would you want to work more hours and earn more money — or would you take a pay …

EPA official in Michigan resigns

Anger over the levels of lead in the water in Flint has led the mayor to declare a state of emergency.<p>Anger over high levels of lead in the water in Flint has led the mayor to declare a state of emergency.<p>The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday ordered the city of Flint and the state of …

Water

This technology may be the future of solar energy

In the solar energy sphere, scientists and economists alike will note that coming up with cheaper, most efficient solar cells is key to the industry’s growth. And now, many experts are arguing that an emerging type of technology, known as the “perovskite” solar cell, is the face of the future.<p>Solar …

Clean Energy

16 Ways To Hit The Refresh Button In The New Year

It's time to calm, clear and cheer!<p>After a jolly season of turkey dinners, holiday parties, Champagne cocktails and more social obligations than you can even remember, it's natural to want to pause and hit the refresh button in the new year.<p>That doesn't mean making a new year's resolution to lose …

Immune System

We are surrounded by tiny particles, and scientists have no idea how they are affecting us

In recent years, efforts to develop the Next Big Thing—whether in medicine, computer technology, pollution prevention, or high-performance materials—have turned to some really, really small things: nanomaterials.<p>Working at the nanoscale—which can mean the near-atomic scale, with substances a …

Nanotech

6 surprising foods and drinks you should never eat together

Some foods play really well together. Take these <b>13 health-boosting food combos</b>, for example. Their chemical compounds merge to create a turbo-charged nutritional symbiosis. It's a beautiful and tasty thing. Other foods, however, don't play so nice together—we're talking combos that leave you …

Nutrition

Your Foul Mouth Proves That You’re Smart, Says Science

Fluent use of profanity can be a sign of an articulate nature and a deep intelligence, say researchers from two separate studies. So, the next time you find yourself unleashing a string of f-bombs next to a set of raised eyebrows, take comfort in knowing mom did not (necessarily) create a …

New (wild)life for a former military base in Florida

An eerie postapocalyptic landscape of abandoned bunkers, collapsed guardhouses and rusted industrial debris stretches across a Key Largo wildlife refuge, where the work of protecting endangered species takes place amid the ruins of a Cold War military base.<p>The Crocodile Lake National Wildlife …

Key Largo

Is It Safe to Cook Foods Packaged in Plastic?

Here’s the truth about frozen dinners, boil-in-the-bag rice, and steam-in-the-bag vegetables<p>You’ve probably heard that heating food in plastic containers is dangerous.<p>But what about food that’s <i>meant</i> to be cooked in the package, like frozen dinners or boil-in-the-bag rice? That <i>must</i> be safe,</b> …

FDA

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Scientists discovered the last lake on Mars, which might be preserving ancient life

Though Mars has no liquid water today, the Red Planet was submerged under vast oceans billions of years ago. And where there's water, there's the potential for life.<p>Scientists suspected that after the oceans evaporated, that was it for water — and life — on Mars. But a recent paper published in the …

8 Subconscious Behaviors That Are Keeping You From Having the Life You Want

Every generation has a "monoculture" of sorts, a governing pattern or system of beliefs that people unconsciously accept as "truth." It's easy to identify the monoculture of Germany in the 1930s, or America in 1776. It's clear what people at those times, in those places, accepted to be "good" and …

The 5 Best Beach Camping Spots in America

<i>By: Andrew Villagomez</i><p><i>Credit: Flickr/s__i</i><p>Sometimes all you really need for the perfect summer vacation is a little sun, some sand, and a pup tent. Few getaways rival a relaxing beach camping escape: roaring bonfires, gorgeous ocean sunrises (or sunsets), and the soothing sound of waves crashing on …

7 Simple Tweaks That Make Your Brain Work Remarkably Well | Inc.com

Have you gotten through all the important tasks you need or hope to get done today? Neither have I. Yet with ever-more-loaded schedules, tight deadlines, and the constant flow of new opportunities, most of us are working longer, trying to fit it all in.<p>That's the wrong approach. There's plenty of …

Time Management

A Zen Master Explains Death and the Life-Force to a Child and Outlines the Three Essential Principles of Zen Mind

“Zen practice … requires great faith, great courage, and great questioning.”<p>If death is so enormous a mystery that we remain unable to wrap our grownup minds around it, despite comfort from our great poets and consolation from our great philosophers, how are tiny humans to make sense of it all? …

Meditation

A new startup claims that '90 percent of our clients see their anxiety decline'

"It started with little things—having trouble making eye contact," he told me.<p>Soon it got worse. Redding, a 28-year-old salesman in Seattle, found himself freaking out during normal, everyday conversations. He worried any time his boss wanted to talk. He would dread his regular sales calls, and the …

Unbridled capitalism is the 'dung of the devil', says Pope Francis

The pontiff condemns the impoverishment of developing countries by the world economic order and apologised for the church’s treatment of native Americans<p>Pope Francis has urged the downtrodden to change the world economic order, denouncing a “new colonialism” by agencies that impose austerity …

Christianity

Get in your spaceship: Scientists find a galaxy 5 billion light-years away

Scientists in Australia have uncovered a galaxy deep in space — 5 billion light-years away from Earth, to be precise.<p>The discovery was made at the …

See Impact Craters On Earth From Space

The Shoemaker Impact Structure in Australia (previously referred to as Teague Ring and renamed in honor of the late geol<p>... VIEW …

15 Seemingly Smart Health Tips That Are Actually The Worst

END CARBOHYDRATE HATE.<p>To help, we talked to experts about the most common crappy health tips you probably believe. Some just won't get you anywhere, and some are actually TERRIBLE for your health — either way, here's all the advice <i>not</i> to take, and what to do instead.

Wellness

Biodegradable batteries and induction charging cars: five tech trends to watch

A run-down of green technology’s most cutting-edge innovations, including transparent solar cells and microgeneration boilers<p>Earlier this year Sir David King, former chief scientific adviser to the UK government and now the special representative for climate change, told a climate conference that …

Alternative Fuel

Are we wrong about black holes?

When we think ‘black hole’ we get a fairly clear impression in our head: A hole torn in space and time by immense gravity. It’s the idea that they …