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The Cheaper, Tastier Cuts of Meat Your Butcher Really Wants You to Order

Forget filet mignon and rib-eye—these cheap-and-tasty cuts are going to be the star of your next meal.<p>So you finally decide to visit that cool new butcher shop—the one that’s breaking down whole animals that sound like they had a better childhood than you did—but the meat case is full of a bunch of …

Cooking

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer tells us his successor is doing great, except for 2 small things

By and large, Ballmer told Business Insider, he's happy with Microsoft's progress under Satya Nadella.<p>He thinks that key cloud initiatives Office 365 and Azure are progressing at a great pace, and credits Nadella for setting out a very clear vision and communicating it to stakeholders:<p>He sort of …

Steve Ballmer

Physicists Prove That Spooky Action At a Distance Is Real

Entanglement is one of the strangest aspects of quantum mechanics, whereby two subatomic particles can be so closely connected that one can seem to …

cognitive decline Archives - Page 5 of 12

Neuroscience NewsSeptember 11, 2016<p>A new study reports those who participate in physical activity during middle age showed better cognitive function …

Neuroscience

Total Recall Sounds Great, But Some Things Should Be Forgotten

Imagine never again forgetting where you parked your car, or that last item you had on your grocery list, or why you walked into this room anyway. If …

Your Brain Is a Mosaic of Male and Female

There is no such thing as a "male brain" or a "female brain," new research finds.<p>Instead, men and women's brains are an unpredictable mishmash of …

The Brain

4 surprising ways science is battling aging

It takes 70 or 80 years to get really good at the whole business of being alive, and no sooner does that happen than mortality begins looking your way, tapping its watch and discreetly reminding you that there's a line waiting for your table.<p>It's the job of aging—and the multiple diseases that …

Stem Cells

Leaky Gut Syndrome: What You Should Know About Your Gut Bacteria

There's a universe of living organisms in your digestive tract, and the little critters can do a ton for you. Up to 100 trillion cells live in your gut microbiome, forming a world that scientists are still working to understand. 100 trillion cells -- that's enough microbes to make it the highest …

Microbiology

hippocampus Archives - Page 5 of 55

Neuroscience NewsDecember 1, 2017<p>Contrary to a popular theory, researchers discover the brain remains connected during non-REM sleep. The study …

Neuroscience

Japan’s Monomy wants you to design fashion accessories via smartphone

<i>(Via The Bridge)</i> — Monomy is an iOS app that offers an online marketplace for creatives, allowing people to make accessories they like with ease using smartphones. The platform was recently launched by Fun Up, the Tokyo-based company which has been running several online services since 2011.<p>We …