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There’s an astronaut in a gorilla suit floating around the ISS

Getting cargo to the International Space Station is expensive and difficult — that's a huge part of why there's been so much buzz over commercial space flight operations like SpaceX. So if I were an astronaut living on board the ISS, I'd like to think I would pick my personal possessions very …

Airlines reject criticism of fares after oil price drop

SINGAPORE: Global airlines countered allegations of profiteering from low oil prices on Monday after renewed criticism that air fares have failed to …

Exercising in your forties could stop brain shrinking

A new study has suggested that exercising in your 40s could stop the brain shrinking, adding years to life expectancy<p>Exercising when aged between 40 and 50 could help prevent the brain shrinking, potentially adding years to life expectancy, a new study has revealed.<p>The research suggests that people …

JetBlue's Upgrading its Seats, But Not For a While

Yes, you’re going to lose a little seat pitch. But you’ll gain plenty of other features. Eventually.<p>Reports are flying today about JetBlue's …

'Miraculous' results from new MS treatment

A pioneering new stem cell treatment is reversing and then halting the potentially crippling effects of multiple sclerosis.<p>Patients embarking on a ground-breaking trial of the new treatment have found they can walk again and that the disease even appears to be stopped in its tracks.<p>“I started …

Illumina, partners make $100 million bet to detect cancer via blood test

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Gene sequencing company Illumina Inc is going after the next big advance in cancer detection, working to develop a universal blood test to identify early-stage cancers in people with no symptoms of the disease.<p>On Sunday, San Diego-based Illumina said it would form a new company, …

Justin Bieber Shows Us Exactly What Not To Do When Visiting Tulum

The takeaway: Don't climb the ruins and try to take off your pants.<p>Looks like Justin Bieber is putting in an early bid for "Worst Tourist of 2016." …

Healthy One-Pot Meals to Start the Year Off Right

Here are five hearty one-pot meals for winter that will not derail your healthy eating plans.<p>It’s 2016—the beginning of a brand-new year. The gyms …

Infographic: Around the world in 31 coffees

If you think coffee is the same all around the world then you couldn’t be more wrong. Cheapflights has produced this infographic that proves the …

Smaller RVs reign at Adventure Travel Show in Denver

The mansion-like motorhomes, with their granite countertops, flat-screen televisions and king-size beds, might steal the spotlight at this week’s …

Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen Eat Loads of Vegetables (and Not Much Else)

How the star quarterback gets into Super Bowl–winning shape.<p>If your life's focus is playing football, you're probably quite conscientious about …

Need to Dispute an Airline Charge? Wait Until After You Fly

Even if you’re due a refund for a price drop and the airline won’t oblige, a credit card dispute filed before your trip could cause the cancellation of your entire itinerary.<p><b>Q: My daughter booked tickets for her and her husband with Alitalia from JFK to Rome and then return from Florence for</b> …

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Why people get nostalgic

If you ever find yourself wishing you could go back in time, that's nostalgia: It's what Don Draper called "the pain from an old wound: ... a twinge in your heart far more powerful than memory alone."<p>Now, science can explain why you get it — and whether that's a good or a bad thing.

Low vitamin D linked to irritable bowel syndrome

A large proportion of people living with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) may be vitamin D deficient, a small study suggests.<p>Researchers found a …

Poor and uneducated are biologically different to affluent, UCL finds

Scientists at UCL have found that hormone levels of the 'haves' and 'have-nots' are significantly different which could explain health inequalities<p>Poor and uneducated people could be ageing faster, and more vulnerable to disease, because their hormones are out of balance, a new study …

Adler Mountain Lodge: Italy's most exclusive ski resort | CNN Travel

Chipotle Will Now Utilize Pre-Shredded Cheese and Already-Chopped Tomatoes

Following Chipotle's numerous foodborne illness outbreaks, the burrito giant is making significant changes to the way it prepares food. The chain that has long tooted its own horn about "freshness" and "integrity" will now be doing less prep in-house to minimize risks for its customers.<p>According to …

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On the road! Man converts 189-square-foot school bus into a home — see inside

They say home is where the heart is, and for 29-year-old Patrick Schmidt, that can be literally anywhere across the country thanks to a 1990 school bus he lovingly converted with his parents.<p>Schmidt says he was looking for a major life change when he began searching for a bus to buy earlier this …

7 unbelievable ways the government wasted your money in 2015

Government waste, of course, is in the eye of the beholder, and what's one man's vital government investment or research project is another man's boondoggle or government rip-off. Former Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) burnished his reputation as a deficit hawk by publishing an annual "waste book" of the …

As aging slows body clock, a new one starts ticking

As a person ages, their circadian clock begins to slow down. But a study of nearly 150 human brains suggests that’s also when a new biological clock …

Don't take a picture on the plane until you've read this story

Next time you’re tempted to take a snapshot of an interesting cloud formation or your seatmate sprawling into your personal space on a plane, …

American Airlines

Study Says Passenger Bill of Rights Created Wave of Airline Cancellations

A U.S. rule designed to spare travelers from being stranded on the tarmac has actually spurred significant additional flight delays.<p>Airlines facing …

Where to Eat on Christmas From Coast to Coast

• Austin<br>• Boston: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day<br>• Charleston<p>Chicago: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day<br>• Dallas<br>• Denver<br>• Detroit<br>• Houston<br>• Las Vegas<br>• Miami<p>Montreal<br>• Nashville<br>• New York<br>• New Orleans<p>Philadelphia<br>• Portland, OR<br>• San Diego<br>• San Francisco: Christmas Eve and Christmas Day

Budget Bill Limits New Food Advice, Edited Humans, GM Salmon

Health news<p>Congress is scheduled to vote on a $1.1 trillion spending bill Friday that would avert a government shutdown until next October and fund almost all federal activities.<p>But like just about any bill in Congress, this one’s full of little goodies and pet projects that can have a big effect …

A Giant Asteroid Will Fly Past Earth On Christmas Eve

It's exactly what we asked Santa for<p>This year we're getting asteroids for all occasions. First the Halloween asteroid decided to swing by for some trick-or-treat action, and now a Christmas Eve asteroid wants to fill all our stockings with carbonaceous …

Christmas Eve

A wall of skulls shows why story of humankind has to be rewritten

A spectacular series of fossil discoveries, now going on public display, has transformed the study of our early ancestors<p>A stark demonstration of the dramatic changes that have swept through the science of human evolution will be revealed this week at London’s Natural History Museum. A wall of …

How to Make Your Own Bourbon Milk Punch

Just in time for holiday cookie season, restaurateur St. John Frizell shares his inspiration for the spiked milk beverage and the secret to its …

Here's What Happens When You Eat The World's Hottest Chili Pepper

You cry, a lot.<p>The Carolina Reaper, with its world-record 1,569,300 rating on the Scoville heat-measuring scale, is widely regarded as the world's hottest chili pepper. (For reference, a jalapeno maxes out at a rating of 8,000.)<p>It was created by Ed Currie of PuckerButt Pepper Company, which advises …

Two Afghan trainees are missing from a US Air Force base in Georgia

Two men from Afghanistan being trained by the U.S. military have disappeared from an Air Force base in Georgia and were being sought by federal authorities, officials said on Tuesday.<p>The two Afghan air force students failed to show up for duty on Monday at their regular maintenance training at …