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Singapore now has vending machines that sell books

SINGAPORE — Bookworms rejoice! BooksActually, a local independent bookstore known for its fiction and literature curations, has unveiled book vending …

Books

7 Things People Who Have Social Anxiety Commonly Do

Social anxiety disorder goes beyond being shy or introverted. It involves an extreme fear of social interaction and it interferes with an …

Young Ohio Girl Losing Her Sight Blessed by Pope Francis

Pope reveals fondness for beauty vlogs in meeting with YouTubers

Pope Francis demonstrated his digital credentials on Sunday by holding an intimate meeting with YouTube stars, throwing his support behind popular beauty videos and encouraging his celebrity guests to help young people create virtual identities.<p>Immediately after the meeting Pope Francis addressed …

Social Media

Science says parents of unsuccessful kids could have these 9 things in common

Parenting is one of the hardest jobs in the world.<p>There are so many things that can affect a child's success, including socioeconomic status, the environment they live in, and their parents' education level.<p>Though it can be difficult for studies to determine what parenting techniques are ideal …

Funny Pictures – May 26, 2016

My friend’s office has been in a post-it war with the neighbors…and yesterday, the neighbors won. <br>viaThis was the card I got my husband for our …

13 Delicious Pizza Bowl Recipes That Are Actually Healthy

Everyone’s flipping for bowls these days, and we are too. If you’re avoiding carbs or gluten, you might think your pizza-eating days are over. Well make way for the pizza bowl-nanza! These bad boys have all the yummy fixins we crave — savory sauce, meats, cheeses and veggies — minus the bad ol’ …

Cooking

Global antibiotics 'revolution' needed

<b>A global revolution in the use of antimicrobials is needed, according to a government backed report.</b><p>Lord Jim O'Neill, who led the Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, said a campaign was needed to stop people treating antibiotics like sweets.<p>It is the first recommendation in the global plan for …

Does the Brain Filter out a Wider Awareness?

The human brain has amazing capacities. It contains billions of neurons, allowing it to process vast quantities of information so that we can function effectively. But can we have too much information? Yes, and, in fact, filtering information is one of the brain's most important functions. Brain …

4 Life-Changing Lessons My Toddler Taught Me

<i>Photo by Alicja Colon (CC0 License).</i> My son taught me more about life in five minutes than I had learned in 32 years.<p>He was three months old and I had the pedal to the floor trying to be the best Ph.D. student, best entrepreneur, best leader, best dad and the best husband I could be.<p>I became so …

The benefits of slow parenting

A couple of months ago, I was rushing through the grocery store with my preschooler and toddler. It hadn’t been an easy trip; they were whining and …

15 pieces of invaluable 'kid advice' to moms this Mother's Day

Moms are used to hearing advice from every possible corner of their lives — friends at playgroup, teachers at school, mommy blogs, and, of course, …

Science says parents of successful kids have these 13 things in common

And while there isn't a set recipe for raising successful children, psychology research has pointed to a handful of factors that predict success.<p>Unsurprisingly, much of it comes down to the parents.<p>Here's what parents of successful kids have in common:

6 Books That Helped Me Keep the (Christian) Faith

This is a guest post from Teresa Preston. Since 2008, Teresa has been blogging about all the books she reads at Shelf Love. She supports her book …

Gaza sewage crisis, festering in conflict, poisons coast

SHATI REFUGEE CAMP, Gaza Strip (AP) — Each day, millions of gallons of raw sewage pour into the Gaza Strip's Mediterranean beachfront, spewing out of a metal pipe and turning miles of once-scenic coastline into a stagnant dead zone.<p>The sewage has damaged Gaza's limited fresh water supplies, …

The spark of life: Science and the Bible meet again

For me, images released recently by Northwestern University scientists of tiny light flashes signaling the moment of human conception are evocative of a larger, cosmic-sized truth espoused by both science and the Bible. Namely, the creation of the universe itself – the mother of all moments of …

Your Next Brunch Needs These Cinnamon French Toast Fingers

Soft, fluffy brioche French toast rolled in cinnamon sugar and dipped in fresh raspberry and mascarpone dip. Are you salivating as much as we are right now? This easy recipe makes the perfect Mother’s Day breakfast. Or even better, just make yourself a large plate and take it back to bed with an …

Breakfast

8 Dating Tips I Want My Daughter to Remember

Dear Jaelynn,<p>It feels like just yesterday you were a precious newborn in my <i>frail 20-year-old arms.</i> And now, you're on the cusp of becoming a teenager as a 12-year-old. It blows my mind how fast time has flown by, and <b>I</b> <b>wish I could relive and savor each moment of your childhood just once more.</b><p>The …

Becoming a parent is the greatest identity change we go through

I had a conversation with a politically radical, highly educated middle-class woman the other day in which I was faintly taken aback to discover that although I had grown up in a working-class background, with no money, no cultural capital, no university degree and non-existent parental …

Feminism

The Most Important Things We Can Teach Our Kids

Most of parenting is in the minutiae: making meals; cleaning up messes; begging little people to get dressed, eat the food you’ve prepared, go the …

DIY These Pretty Coasters Instead of Buying Flowers for Mom

Very few gifts beat a bouquet of fresh flowers. But a fresh arrangement only lasts a few days, or a week at best, and don’t even get me started on all of the possible combinations of blooms! Unless you’re a professional florist, arranging or even choosing a bouquet can be insanely intimidating. So …

Copper

How the mind changes, time expands when there’s no one else around

Imagine a life where you never hear another person’s voice. There’s no phone service or internet to interrupt the day with rings, buzzes, and notifications, and no one to talk through difficult problems. To most people, such solitude sounds like misery and loneliness. But for others, living …

Plant Basil With Tomatoes for a Natural Pest Repellant (and Other Garden Tricks)

Here in North America, it’s time to think about planting (if you haven’t already), and the Old World Garden Farm suggests a garden pair that makes a …

8 small signs people use to judge your personality

The human brain is hardwired to judge. This survival mechanism makes it very hard to meet someone without evaluating and interpreting their behavior.<p>While we tend to think that our judgments are based on the content of conversations and other obvious behaviors, the research says otherwise.<p>In fact, …

The Effects of Starvation on the Human Brain

During starvation the body does everything possible to preserve the brain. The brain has highest priority when it comes to gaining access to …

Nutrition

7 Ways To Learn a Foreign Language (Backed by Science)

I was raised bilingual and started learning a third language when I was about three years old, which means I am really fluent in three languages as …

Study Suggests the Fun Part of Global Warming Will End Soon

So far, global warming seems pretty OK. On Christmas, I took a walk around the neighborhood with my family and didn’t even wear a coat. It was great. …

These Mysteriously Aligned Supermassive Black Holes Are Puzzling Scientists

A cluster of supermassive black holes in deep space are mysteriously aligned, and the new discovery could tell us a lot about how the early universe …

A body-language expert reveals the No. 1 indicator of confidence and how you can cultivate it

A college student gives a presentation and reinforces her points with nods to her classmates and professor.<p>A businessman strides down the sidewalk and offers a smile to colleagues heading home.<p>What do these people all have in common?<p>They're skilled at making eye contact and, as a result, they exude …

7 Things People With Social Anxiety Do

Social anxiety disorder goes beyond being shy or introverted. It involves an extreme fear of social interaction, and it interferes with an individual's daily life. The symptoms usually begin around age 13 and persist into adulthood. But most people with social anxiety wait at least 10 years to get …