Chris Hallum

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Can Artery Plaque Buildup Be Reversed With Diet?

Atherosclerosis is a disease in which plaque builds up inside the arteries. Plaque, made from fatty deposits, calcium, cellular waste and blood …

This Is What 11 Everyday Foods Look Like Before They're Harvested

Ever wondered where quinoa actually comes from??<p>21 Extremely Pleasing Photos Of Food That Will Calm You<p>Pick A Penisey Food And We'll Tell You A Penisey Fact!<p><i>This post was translated from German.</i>

11 new Gmail features, how they work, and when you'll get them

Google on Wednesday announced a brand new Gmail. Well, not brand new, but the company took the Gmail we all know and (maybe) love, added a ton of new features and overhauled the design.<p>By my count there are 11 new features in Gmail, some of which you can get today. Others you'll have to wait a few …

Why I'll Always Use a Boxed Mix For Mami's Famous Rum Cake

<i>Good food is worth a thousand words—sometimes more! In My Family Recipe, a writer shares the story of a single dish they've inherited, and why it's meaningful to them.</i><p>I used to think all cake came from boxes. Until I was an adult, I had never seen anyone make a cake "from scratch." Not even my …

Bad News: These "Healthy" Foods May Not Be Good For Your Heart

Eating healthy is never one size fits all. Our bodies are so different, all with various needs and quirks to attend to. So while a seemingly healthy …

These drawings of everyday objects are so accurate that people can't tell which are real and which are fake — can you spot the difference?

Howard Lee is blurring the line between reality and illusion with his hyperrealistic drawings of everyday objects.<p>The multidisciplinary artist is known for his mesmerizing drawing videos which typically begin with a still, side-by-side shot of two or more items. Both items look like the real deal, …

Ice Cream

People With Depression Use Language Differently -- Here's How to Spot It

Scientists have long tried to pin down the exact relationship between depression and language, and technology is helping us get closer to a full …

If Facebook isn't spying on us, why did I get ads for obscure things I had just chatted about?

A Facebook user has been left spooked after two obscure products she had been chatting about then randomly appeared as targeted ads on her …

Social Media

6 Mother’s Day Cakes That Are Fabulous and Fuss-Free

Rhubarb
 Upside-
Down Cake<p>Like the cake, your world is about to turn upside down. This scrumptious dessert requires just 15 minutes of hands-on time, …

This One-Pot Parmesan Chicken & Rice Is Calling Your Name

Sometimes a recipe seems too good to be true. Take this one, for example: It cooks in one pot, in under 30 minutes, with only a handful of …

Cooking

This is what the new Gmail will look like (Update: it's here)

<b>Update (April 25):</b> <i>Google is rolling out the Gmail update to its desktop web interface starting today; to try it, click on the settings button with the gear icon in the top right corner of your inbox, and then click ‘Try the new Gmail.’ To switch back, go to the same menu and select ‘Go back to</i> …

Apps

The 17 Best Foods to Relieve Constipation

About 14% of people experience chronic constipation at some point (1).<p>Symptoms include passing stools less than three times per week, straining, …

Nutrition

This Tater Tot Casserole Is Breakfast Goals

My love of tater tots is eternal. I'll gladly eat them any time of day, including for breakfast — they're basically hash browns, right? — so of …

Recipes

The Chocolatey Gift You Should Give Everyone This Year

<i>The holidays would benefit from a playbook, wouldn't they? We partnered with Braun Household to arm you with resources for cooking like you wrote it yourself, with a little help from their MultiQuick 9 Hand Blender.</i><p>Making meringues comes down to being a little fast and loose—and trusting your eye …

The Most Popular Instant Pot Recipes of 2017

I'm calling it now: 2017 was officially the year of the Instant Pot. While I've been singing the praises of this seven-in-one multi-cooker for a …

Cooking

Our Most Popular 30-Minute Meals of 2017

Weeknights seems to get busier and busier lately — they definitely didn't slow down in 2017. That's why 30-minute meals are our saving grace. They …

This Chart of How Long Foods Last in the Freezer Will Blow Your Mind

If you've ever reached into your freezer for something — anything — to make for dinner and spent a good 15 seconds wondering how long it's been in there (and the follow-up question: Is it still good?) before anxiously deciding if it belongs on your plates or in the garbage, you are going to want to …

The 5 Best Android Games Of 2017

The Play Store is getting unimaginably vast these days. Back when the Play Store was smaller, it was possible to keep tabs on the flow of new content so you’d never miss the good stuff. Now, that’s just impossible. There are more apps and games than ever in the store, but some still titles stand …

Congress could bring net neutrality back, but it won't be easy

Following the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) vote to repeal Title II regulations and net neutrality guidelines for internet service providers (ISPs), US Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said he will force a vote on a bill that would restore net neutrality, and prevent ISPs …

U.S. blames North Korea for 'WannaCry' cyber attack

(In 13th paragraph of Dec. 18 item, corrects to indicate that a separate attack was launched in June that affected FedEx computers)<p>WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration has publicly blamed North Korea for unleashing the so-called WannaCry cyber attack that crippled hospitals, banks and …

Make These Party Dips That Go Beyond French Onion

Every party spread, no matter how fancy the shindig, should contain a dip or two. Dips are easy to make, fun to eat, and much loved by pretty much …

Cream Cheese

50 Things Nutritionists Never Eat—So You Shouldn’t Either

<b>Want to know what the experts avoid? Here's the list of foods, processed goods, ingredients, and chemicals that nutritionists won't put on their</b> …

Rice Calories Can Be Cut in Half With This Trick

Strangely enough, it involves adding fat.<p>A cup of white rice has about 200 calories—not insignificant, considering it’s most often used as a small …

7 nutrition trends you’ll see in 2018

By Christy Brissette<p>Last year was all about plant protein, sprouted foods and healthy fats. My prediction is that 2018 will be focused on eating to prevent and manage health conditions such as Alzheimer's disease and boosting digestive health.<p>This year's Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo was held …

Experts Say You Should Eat These Foods If You Want to Lose Weight in 2018

It feels good to have a fresh start, and even if you're not a fan of New Year's resolutions, there are probably a few health and fitness goals you want to achieve in 2018. If weight loss is on your to-do list and you're looking for some inspiration on how to clean up your diet, we spoke to two …

By 2019, there will be electric school buses

Daimler has been going all in on electric vehicle (EV) technology. The latest addition to their growing electric fleet is an electric school bus, …

Transportation

IBM just announced a 50-qubit quantum computer

Setting New Heights<p>At the IEEE Industry Summit on the Future of Computing in Washington D.C. on Friday, IBM announced the development of a quantum …

Quantum Computing

Tiny Fossils Reveal That Human Ancestors Could Be Crushed With Your Thumb

These little guys were smaller than a mouse.<p>About 42 million years ago, minuscule primates, about half the size of a mouse, once lived in tropical …

Self-Driving Shuttle Buses Might Be the Future of Transportation

In America, the age of autonomous shuttles began with a crunch. A minor crunch, really, according to the people running the autonomous shuttle in …

Ford pilots a new exoskeleton to lessen worker fatigue

Simple Support<p>Working in a car factory in this current era isn’t too physically demanding, with robots doing pretty much all of the heavy-lifting. …

Robotics