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Create a Token Economy System to Improve Your Child's Behaviors

A token economy system is one of the fastest and most effective ways to get kids to follow the rules. Similar to a traditional reward system, kids …

Cryptocurrency

Each year the government asks 10 simple questions to test the public's knowledge of science. Can you correctly answer them all?

Every two years, the National Science Foundation is required to tell the president how the US is doing in regard to science and engineering.<p>"As economies worldwide grow increasingly knowledge-intensive and interdependent, capacity for innovation becomes ever more critical," the NSF says in its …

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What to Do When Your Teen Hates You

You knew it would happen, but you never thought it would happen this fast: Your child has become a teen. And now, suddenly, everything about you is …

Warning over alarming 'Tide Pod Challenge' detergent eating YouTube trend

An alarming new trend involving teenagers eating detergent capsules and posting the videos on YouTube could “put them in danger”, health officials have warned.<p>The concerning 'Tide Pod Challenge' phenomenon has spread across social media since the turn of the year.<p>Teenagers have filmed themselves …

Empty exhibition attracts 100,000 people despite having no art on display

Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art was left empty after Dutch artist Marlie Mul refused to produce any work but it still proved a smash hit.<p>An empty …

How to Introduce a New Kitten to an Older Cat

Many cat owners do not realize their friendly, single adult cats may have trouble getting along with a new kitten. A new kitten is typically eager to …

Why Cats Look Like Bread Sometimes, According to Science

Mystery solved.<p>Cat owners have many names for an adorable phenomenon none of us quite understand. For the sake of conversation, we’ll call it …

Pets

The skills kids have at age 5 determine how successful they'll be — and it has nothing to do with reading or writing

It's hard to believe that what your child knows at age five could influence his future chances of success. But that's exactly what a 2015 study published in the "American Journal of Public Health" found.<p>But researchers discovered that the skills that predict future success had nothing to do with …

How to get kids ready for, and excited about, the Great American Eclipse

You’re standing in the yard with your children. The temperature has just dropped 20 degrees, and it’s pitch dark. Not normal nighttime dark — your kids have seen that before — but completely black, as though all the light is gone from the world. Because it has.<p>The Great American Eclipse is coming …

Solar Eclipse

This Man Did A Sexism Experiment With A Female Co-Worker, And Was Completely Surprised By The Results

Some may say that sexism at work doesn’t exist or it’s exaggerated, but this man just experienced what it’s like to walk in a woman’s shoes.<p>Martin R. …

Sexism

Stop yelling at your kids right this instant

If you want your child to do well at school, stop being so hard on them.<p>Children exposed to harsh parenting are more likely to have poor outcomes at …

This Woman Needed A Hiking Buddy, Here’s What She Got

Ahhh… There’s nothing better than hiking with your best buddy – especially when it happens to be a bunny named Sir Quincey. “Finally, I found him! …

10+ Times People Totally Restored Our Faith In Humanity in 2016

For millions of people, 2016 will go down in history as the year they finally lost their faith in humanity. And given the events that have unfolded …

Yes, the internet can make your kids smarter, happier and kinder

The mantra of the well-educated parent in 2015 is to attempt to limit their children’s device use and then feel guilty when it inevitably seeps back into their family’s life.<p>As a child psychiatrist, I hear well-meaning parents feeling bad about their digital choices for their children, whether it …

Watch This Makeup Artist Do A Full Face Of Makeup Just Using Glitter

The holidays are upon us—which, in the world of beauty, means 'tis the season to add a little sparkle to our festive looks. For glitter makeup …

Anish Kapoor’s Orbit Tower to Become World’s Biggest Slide

Art World<p>,<p>Anish Kapoor’s tower-sculpture for London’s Olympic Park, <i>ArcelorMittal Orbit</i>, was slammed by critics and citizens alike when it was first …

The Magical Thing Eating Chocolate Does to Your Brain

In the mid 1970s, psychologist Merrill Elias began tracking the cognitive abilities of more than a thousand people in the state of New York. The goal …

Shopping addiction: it’s real, and it’s potentially harmful

Are you addicted to shopping?<p>It’s something people joke about, but one expert points out a shopping addiction is actually an impulse control …

Thousands of Fish Dropped Dead in a New York Canal Overnight, And Locals Are Freaking Out

No one's seen anything like this before.<p>Imagine waking up on a Monday morning and seeing an entire stretch of the Shinnecock Canal on Long Island …

What cats do when we’re not watching

What do cats do when their human servants aren’t around? One Austrian photographer decided to find out, and ended up with a peculiar new series in the long photographic tradition of <i>jumpology</i>.<p>In 2010,photographer Daniel Gebhart de Koekkoek was asked to shoot a cat calendar. The Vienna-based artist …

Memes are finally bigger than Jesus

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>I hold out despair for humanity.<p>There's nothing wrong with that.<p>Holding out hope, which I did for a very long time, brought limited results. I'm now going for a little reverse psychology. Which, in itself, …

Google Trends

Art of the deal: $3,000 colored pencil set already has a wait list

Most of us who need colored pencils can get by with a $7 box from Crayola, maybe purchased at Target. Most of us, it seems fair to say, aren't the audience for the Karlbox, a limited-edition box set of 350 colored pencils, pens and other artist tools, created in collaboration with designer Karl …

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Dad Surprises His Daughter With Different Post-It Note Hidden In Her Lunch Every Day For Past 3 Years

Rob Biddulph is an illustrator with a cause, and that cause is to make his daughter Poppy feel loved every day. To do so, he's been drawing creative …

Hamster version of 'Super Mario' takes cute to the next level

Everything is better with hamsters.<p>One cute, furry creature runs through a man-made Nintendo paradise, trying to score as many points as it can until …

Why Bringing Home the Bacon Is Good for Women’s Well-Being (But Not Men’s)

New research suggests women see it as a choice, while breadwinning men view their role as an obligation.<p>Men often take on, and even embrace, the role …

Science Says Being Male and a Breadwinner Is Bad for Your Health

If you are the main provider for your family, scientists say you may well face health issues.<p>Men who earn more money than their wives show a declining health and psychological well-being, according to new research by Christin Munsch, a sociologist from the University of Connecticut.<p>"When you're a …

Why Smart People Are Lazier than Their Dumb Friends

According to a new study, people with a high need for cognition are more likely to spend their days lounging around and not exercising.<p>According to a new study published this month by the <i>Journal of Health Psychology</i>, people who prefer not to spend their time thinking tend to be more physically …

Is Donald Trump OK? Erratic behaviour raises mental health questions | Toronto Star

WASHINGTON—There is an elephant in the election.<p>It was tiptoed around for a full year by Republicans and Democrats and the media alike. And then, on …

EU funding was a vital lifeline for our world-leading scientific research sector. That, and so much more, has now been blown away<p>Public scientific research is one of Britain’s great unsung industries. Its turnover is around £8bn, it employs some 100,000 researchers and it leads the world. After the …

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