Brandee Cazzelle

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Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

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Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Best Stuff<p><i>GQ</i>’s editors pick the freshest menswear, sneakers, watches and more worth your disposable income.<p>17 Photos2 days agoView …

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Skincare<p>It's actually not as hard as you'd think.<p>By Adam Hurly3 days agoView More<p>Sales<p>There’s still time to score big.<p>19 Photos3 days agoView …

Why Does Friday the 13th Scare Us So Much?

The superstition is rooted in Western culture, biblical events, experts say.<p><b>It's Friday the 13th, and millions of people are on edge, fearing a calamity with personal or global repercussions-a broken leg, a stock market crash, or the trigger pulled for World War III.</b><p>Why all the anxiety? In short, …

The Ecolodges of the Future

When I became editor of <i>National Geographic Traveler</i> magazine 15 years ago, the word “ecolodge” suggested places that were so pared down and dutiful that many travelers were regarding them as the domain of the backpacker — all basic furnishings and uninspired food. Therefore it is astonishing to see …

Why New iPhone Isn't Really for Developing World

Apple hopes the iPhone 5c will catch on globally, but experts are skeptical.<p><b>Since 2007, Apple's annual unveiling of its new iPhone has been the company's biggest event. Year after year, Apple has made its smartphones available in more countries, with more features, in new designs, on more carriers,</b> …

A Colorful View of Incredibly Sticky Feet

These are gecko feet.<p>Notice their crazy toes.<p>The “stripes” are made of modified scales covered in thousands of “hairs,” only twice as long as our hairs are thick.<p>Each hair branches into thousands of tips.<p>Each tip branches into hundreds of tinier tips.<p>These tiny-tips are so tiny (like …

Superstitious Numbers Around the World

Numbers carry different meanings depending on what country you are in.<p><b>Today is Friday the 13th—a day thought to be unlucky because of the idea that number 12 is "complete" (think apostles, months of the year, zodiac signs) and 13 is just ... odd. That's the explanation given by Joe Nickell, a</b> …

Do Animals Get Dementia? How to Help Your Aging Pet

<b>A couple of months ago we told you how the age of certain wild animals is determined. Since then, some of you wondered about age-related changes in those animals.</b><p>Now that it’s September, aka World Alzheimer’s Month—Alzheimer’s disease accounts for up to 80 percent of all dementia cases, in which …

2013 Ig Nobels Honor Research on Beer Goggles, Cows Ready to Be Tipped

Irreverent awards are given for strange science that makes people think.<p><b>Opera's healing power, what happens to parboiled shrews after they're eaten, and beetles that consult the stars are among the incredible scientific advances honored September 12 at the Ig Nobel Prizes.</b><p>The unique annual awards …

Huge Molasses Spill Off Hawaii: A Diver's Report

What's it like to dive into molasses-clogged Honolulu Harbor?<p><b>Hawaii's Honolulu Harbor has been inundated this week with 230,000 gallons—1,400 tons—of thick, sticky molasses from a pipeline spill. It may sound like a sweet problem, but the molasses is killing fragile coral reefs, endangered marine</b> …

Drink More Water, Says FLOTUS—But How Much?

A call for drinking more water is reason to consider the "eight glasses a day" dictum. Pssst: It's not true!<p><b>"I've come to realize that if we were going to take just one step to make ourselves and our families healthier, probably the single best thing we could do is to simply drink more water,"</b> …

Amid Drought, Explaining Colorado’s Extreme Floods

Flash floods in Boulder area may also have ties to fires and climate change.<p><i>This story is part of a special National Geographic News series on global water issues.</i><p><b>University of Colorado, Boulder law school professor Brad Udall has long written and lectured about water issues in the American West,</b> …

Space Pictures this Week: Rocket Frog, Cosmic Flock, Galactic Swarm

A would-be frog astronaut, a distant vision of the Milky Way, and a hive of galaxies are among the heroes of the week's space images.

UN Study Looks at High Rate of Rape

An author of the study explains why rape is so prevalent.<p><b>One in four men surveyed for a United Nations study in Asia and the Pacific admitted raping at least one woman.</b><p>The UN Multi-country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific surveyed over 10,000 men at nine sites in six countries: …

Okavango Expedition 2013: Still Stuck and in Search of Water

I love this delta deeply, but have we been had today?<p>Tired out and burnt by a place that will make your way impossible if no animals are welcome. This wilderness knows how to recuperate after thousands of animals and insects have feasted, dispersed, pollinated and fertilized. We have now …