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25 changes to make in your 20s to set yourself up for lifelong success

In fact, one psychologist calls this time period the "defining decade," since it sets the stage for the rest of your life.<p>We understand that might sound intimidating. To reduce some of the pressure, we put together a road map of sorts based on several Quora threads on how to make the most of your …

5 old-time diseases that are making a comeback

Measles, tuberculosis… bubonic plague?! If headlines about old-time diseases on the comeback have you worried, you’re not alone. Here’s what you need to know to stay safe (and sane) amid recent outbreaks.<p><b>Plague</b><p>Think this notorious killer died with the Middle Ages? The disease actually persists in …

Here's what the world would look like if countries were scaled based on their population

How do you view your country relative to others? Chances are if it's based on most world maps, your view is distorted.<p>Trying to represent a sphere on a flat surface is inherently problematic. Those countries along the equator seem smaller, while nations such as Canada and Russia are commonly …

Holly Holm-Ronda Rousey rematch targeted for July 9 in Las Vegas

The UFC has a target date and location in mind for the Holly Holm-Ronda Rousey rematch, USA TODAY Sports confirmed Thursday.<p>July 9 in Las Vegas.<p>The rematch, however, hasn’t been solidified. The respective Holm and Rousey camps both must agree on the date and that hasn’t happened yet, a person with …

Las Vegas

Generation meds: the US children who grow up on prescription drugs

Millions of US children are on medication for behavioural problems and depression – but what are the long-term effects? Photographer Baptiste Lignel followed six boys and girls to find out. Introduction by Sarah Boseley<p>In America, medication is becoming almost as much a staple of childhood as …

Medicine

9 Sneaky Causes Of Depression

From the weather to your lifestyle habits.<p>For some people, sub-zero temperatures aren’t the only difficult side effect of winter. Approximately 10 million Americans also experience seasonal affective disorder, a depression-related mental health condition that waxes and wanes depending on the time …

The countries that don’t exist

There really is a secret world of hidden independent nations, with their own populations, governments – and football leagues. In fact, you’ve almost certainly visited one without realising.<p>When I first see Nick Middleton, he is surrounded by globes and atlases showing the most exotic places on the …

Queen Elizabeth II

This Is The Key To A Long, Happy Marriage (Says Science)

Good manners may seem like a no-brainer, but when you've been with your partner for a long time, it's sometimes easy to let the little things fall by …

Happiness

The 50 Most Powerful Pictures In American History

Since its invention, photography has provided a window into the events that have changed the course of our nation. Here are the images that have shocked, inspired, and moved us as a country.

World Trade Center

The Ethics of Exercise Pills

Medications designed to mimic the health benefits of exercise could help the disabled or immobile—but they might also keep the rest of us on the couch.<p>In his 1932 novel <i>Brave New World</i>, Aldous Huxley described a fictional drug called Soma. In the novel, a soma was something akin to an opiate, which …

The utopian future of 'Star Trek' doesn't work without extreme inequality and some slavery

The 10th edition of New York Comic Con boldly went where no one has gone before by hosting a panel discussion on the economic issues of "Star Trek."<p>Held on Sunday, October 11, "The Amazing Economics of Star Trek" panel examined the concepts of scarcity and post-scarcity as portrayed in the classic …

4 Traits Of Introverts That Make Them Great Leaders

They may not command a room or be classically charismatic, but introverts have many traits that make them excel in leadership roles.<p>The classic image of a great leader is someone full of charisma and exuberant energy, who can convince anyone to follow their ideas. But these outgoing types aren’t …

Personality

Inside Ben Carson's religious faith

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Donald Trump is lashing out at Ben Carson as the billionaire businessman suddenly faces the prospect of losing in Iowa -- and he's using religion to do it.<p>"I love Iowa. And, look, I don't have to say it, I'm Presbyterian. Can you believe it? Nobody believes I'm Presbyterian," …

Ben Carson

MLB met with Pete Rose, will decide on possible reinstatement in 2015

Pete Rose has met with commissioner Rob Manfred regarding possible reinstatement to baseball. Manfred will announce his decision before January.<p>Major …

Baseball

6 Sci-Fi Movies AI Geeks Should Watch

Artificial Intelligence is one of the hottest topics of the hour. With highly advanced research and experiments being carried out on the subject, a …

7 Toxic Personality Types To Avoid At Work

If only there were just one kind of toxic coworker.<p>Dale Carnegie once offered advice that still rings true: “When dealing with people,” he cautioned, “remember you are not dealing with creatures of logic, but with creatures of emotion, creatures bristling with prejudice, and motivated by pride and …

Researchers Identify Population of Neurons Responsible for Alcohol Addiction

<b>Scientists have pinpointed a population of neurons in the brain that influences whether one drink leads to two, which could ultimately lead to a cure</b> …

Neuroscience

Why MLB should relax and not try to emulate the NFL

For baseball, September brings stretch runs and increased competition for fans. But while NFL floods the crowded sporting space, MLB’s long-term future is far from grim<p>For several years now, Major League Baseball has been something of a whipping boy: the target of sports entertainment options …

Baseball

The Dating Market Might Actually Be Worse For Educated Straight Women

For women who put a premium on marriage, geography may matter.<p>After journalist Jon Birger entered his 30s, he began to notice a pattern in his social circle: Most of the men he knew were married or in a relationship and most of the women he knew were single and having a hard time dating. These …

Researchers Just Found The Easiest Way To Help You Lose Weight, And It's Something You Already Do Every Day

<i>By Samuel Blackstone for DETAILS</i>.<p><i>(photo: Getty Images)</i><p>Everybody knows the importance of drinking enough water. Aside from its benefits to your skin, muscles, organs, and digestion, it detoxifies, prevents certain cancers, and can improve your post-workout mood. Heck, when you're a baby, you're 75 …

The Number One Relationship Problem, According to Therapists

<b>What couples fight about behind closed doors -- and how to address it.</b><p><i>By Casey Lewis</i>, SELF<p><i>(Illustration: Donald Robertson)</i><p>Studies have shown that sex and money are two of the leading causes for divorce, but statistics don't always tell the whole story. We reached out to a handful of top …

This Is How Your Brain Judges Others’ Personalities

In the realm of human interaction, there’s no second chance for a good first impression.<p>Our personalities define us. They’re the sum of what we think, feel, and do in different situations. They’re what make us unique. After about a century of research, personality psychologists now have a good …

11 choices rich people make that the rest of us don't

It's a concept that has been in print for nearly a century — thanks to a journalist's research of more than 500 self-made millionaires in the early 20th century— and continues to gain relevance today.<p>In T. Harv Eker's bestselling book, "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind," the self-made millionaire …

Is the world running out of space?

In an increasingly crowded world, will we still be able to find respite from one another?<p>Sometimes it’s difficult to fathom that the world could actually become even more crowded than it is today – especially when elbowing through a teeming Delhi market, hustling across a frenetic Tokyo street …

Geography

The biggest study of its kind says supplements don't stop cognitive decline — but here's what might help

The number of people around the world living with dementia — mostly due to Alzheimer's disease — has skyrocketed to 46.8 million in recent years, according to a new report by Alzheimer's Disease International. By 2050, the report predicts there will be 131.5 million people living with cognitive …

4 Things I Need My Daughter To Know Before She Gets Married

<i>By Dr. Lisa Kaplin</i><p>As my daughter moves through adolescence and toward adulthood, there are a few critical things I want her to know about marriage. While I want her to find true love in her life, I can't sell her fairytale dreams of pretty white dresses and Prince Charming.<p>Marrying the wrong person …