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5 Entrepreneurial Skills Parents Must Teach Their Child For Future

Being a parent is one of the most wonderful feelings in this world. Seeing a child grow imbibing different skills is the dream of every parent. While living this dream, most of the parents fail to teach their child certain entrepreneurial skills that can help them in leading a successful life in …

Are You A Resilient Creative?

One of the hardest things that creatives and other business owners have to deal with is running our businesses when life gets in the way. Our personal life is never a straight line and when there’s a bend without being able to see what’s next, it can take a toll on our professional life if we let …

Freelance Services Marketplace for The Lean Entrepreneur

Don't Just Dream, Do<p>Freelance services for the lean entrepreneur<p>Explore the Marketplace<p>Get inspired to build your business<p>Introducing FIVERR …

Decoding the thoughts of patients who can't even blink

<b>(CNN) —</b> You can hear those around you, but you can't speak. You can feel a touch, but you can't touch back. You can see, but you can't move, even to blink your eyes.<p>That's the life of a completely locked-in patient, someone who has brain function but complete paralysis, which can be caused by …

The Brain

The Newest Health Research You Need to Know For Today | Men's Health

<b>Learn Another Language</b><br>Bilingual people may be giving their brain an edge: Being bilingual your entire life seems to delay Alzheimer’s, research from Italy suggests. The researchers believe that switching between two languages exerts neuroprotective effects on your brain and can prevent degeneration …

How to Crush Your To-Do List Without Multitasking | Inc.com

It's becoming clear that multitasking doesn't work for, well, any of us. Scientific study after scientific study says that our brains aren't really built for doing many acts at once. Instead, when we multitask, we are just picking up one task, dropping it rapidly and picking up another task, etc. …

Time Management

People Really Need to Know When They're Being Experimented On

Medical historian Alice Dreger argues against a worrying trend of researchers conducting clinical trials without fully informing the participants.<p>In the long view, modern history is the story of increasing rights of control over your body – for instance, in matters of reproduction, sex, where you …

Medicine

A new study shows cats are way smarter than we suspected, and also big ol' jerks

Listen up, dog people: The proof is in, and cats are every bit as smart as dogs.<p>Scientists at Kyoto University studied 49 house cats and their …

Pets

The time to stop wildlife extinction in Africa is now. Here are 5 ways to take action

1. Get ahead of cheetah extinction.<p>The world’s fastest land mammal is close to being gone forever. The beautiful cheetah has more failed hunts than …

Getting Over Rover: Why the Loss of a Dog Can Be Devastating

My wife and I recently went through one of the more excruciatingly sorrowful experiences of our long married life—the euthanasia of our beloved dog, …

Pets

Lament for the “non-reward marker”, the underdog in dog training

I never thought I would revisit “quadrant hell”, as we used to lovingly call it at The Academy for Dog Trainers. My venture into this pesky topic was …

Facebook Censors Asian Art Museum’s Racy Ad

Exhibitions<p>Does Facebook really think the museum is selling sex toys?<p>,<p>San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum apparently went a bit too far for the censors …

Museums

Oldest Prostate Stones Ever Found Suggest a Man Was in Agony 12,000 Years Ago

The discovery in an ancient cemetery in Sudan reveal the disease has been affecting men for millennia.<p>Italian and British researchers investigating a …

Archaeologists discover 400-year-old shopping list

Long before FreshDirect and Amazon Fresh, hungry people around the world scratched down their shopping lists on pieces of paper. One such list, …

Grisly find: Roman-era man may have had tongue cut out

A man who lived some 1,500 years ago may have had his tongue cut out, though archaeologists, who found his remains buried with a flat rock in his mouth, are not sure the reason for the possible amputation.<p>The skeleton was excavated in 1991 near the village of Stanwick in Britain. But it wasn't …

Archaeology

Researchers Just Found Evidence of an Ancient 'Lost Continent' Under Mauritius

Earth still has some massive secrets.<p>Newly discovered crystals expelled from volcanic eruptions on the island of Mauritius are billions of years …

Premature Baby Hippo is Totally Killing It, Thanks to Some Pool Noodles

She’s gonna be standing in no time!<p>Last Tuesday, a baby hippo was born at the Cincinnati Zoo six weeks early. Too weak to stand or even take a …

Michigan City Sterilizes Wild, Free-Ranging Deer

Late last week, the city of Ann Arbor darted 54 wild, free-ranging whitetails from within the city limits. The deer were then transported to a golf …

Coyote Peterson Helps a Rescued Baby Sloth Go Poo in the Costa Rican Rainforest

While visiting the Kids Saving the Rainforest organization in Costa Rica, adventure host Coyote Peterson of Brave Wilderness hung out with an …

Call me 'Fritz': Germany's new favorite polar bear cub finally has a name

It's official: this little cub at Berlin's Tierpark zoo has been christened 'Fritz.' The fluffy baby polar bear will be presented to the public next …

Ornithology

The Importance of Impasto in Painting

January 31, 2017<p>Alias of Ksenija Pantelić<p>Even though the <b>impasto</b> painting method has been around for as long as painting, for many years the goal was …

The Arts

Artist Jack Penny on Jean-Michel Basquiat’s Enduring Allure

People<p>The North London artist longs for old New York.<p>,<p><i>This interview was first published on Arteviste. It has been lightly edited.</i><p>I first encountered …

French Town Needs Help Restoring Van Gogh's Grave

Vincent van Gogh died nearly 127 years ago—so naturally, his gravesite is beginning to show the ravages of time. To preserve the famous attraction,</i> …

16 debut novels to read in 2017

An extraordinary number of great first novels hit in 2016 — and 2017 is shaping up to be even better. Don’t miss these sixteen smashing debuts.<p><b>Idaho,</b> …

The Sophomore Novel Club: On the Dreaded Second Book

<b>Janie Chang:</b> Now that we’ve both launched our second novels into the world, I’d love to talk about what that experience was like for you. Did you …

Writing