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Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Partner Opens Up About The Late Actor’s Struggles With Addiction

Philip Seymour Hoffman’s partner Mimi O’Donnell opened up about the actor’s struggles with addiction in a moving essay for <i>Vogue</i>. The <i>Boogie Nights</i> and <i>The Master</i> star, who made bad movies good (<i>Along Came Polly</i>) and good movies great (<i>Happiness</i>), passed away from a heroin overdose on February 2, …

Did Religions Arise From Our Misunderstanding of Human Consciousness?

Humans have been claiming to hear the voice of God for eons, but one psychologist's controversial theory disputes whether we ever heard it at all. …

This Detox Salad Has 800,000 Saves on Pinterest (and It'll Help You Get Fit)

Say goodbye to boring salads with a few greens and a drop of dressing. When you bring that meal to work, nine times out of 10, you end up buying …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Boston Students Get A Glimpse Of A Whole New World, With Different Maps

<b>Updated at 10:15 a.m. ET Thursday</b><p>Students throughout Boston are getting a radically different view of the world, one laminated 24-by-36-inch sheet of paper at a time.<p>Beginning last Thursday, Boston Public Schools administrators have been sending social studies teachers in the second, seventh and …

Maps

Make Sure to Take These Home Improvement Tax Deductions for 2016

Did you make home improvements in 2016? Then you might be eligible for a whole slew of home improvement tax deductions which can save you major money …

Memory Editing Technology Will Give Us Perfect Recall and Let Us Alter Memories at Will

Two new technologies are changing the meaning of memory, but who will control them?<p><b>This story appeared in the February Issue of VICE magazine. Click HERE to subscribe.</b><p>"There was a piano there, and someone playing. I could hear the song," the patient, S.B., said as his neurosurgeon touched an …

The Brain

Want to Raise Successful Boys? Science Says Do This (but Their Schools Probably Won't)

Students--and especially boys--need hours of physical activity every day. They don't get enough because their schools won't let them.<p>This is a story about successful kids (especially boys), common sense, and research.<p>Most of us spend hours each day sitting at work. Science says it's killing us, and …

Standardized Testing

Why can’t humans regenerate body parts? We’ve got the genes

Some of our closest invertebrate cousins, like this Acorn worm, have the ability to perfectly regenerate any part of their body that's cut off - …

Biology

Why Fake News Is So Incredibly Effective

If you get your news from social media, as most Americans do, you are exposed to a daily dose of hoaxes, rumors, conspiracy theories and misleading …

Social Media

A Flourless Flatbread You Can Make at Home

You may have never heard of a socca (pronounced SOH-kah), but you are going to be so glad you found this recipe. This is one of the best-tasting gluten-free flatbreads you'll ever make, but don't worry — it's super easy! It's soft, moist, and chewy, which for gluten-free foods is hard to come by. …

Tyler Florence's Hack Will Forever Change the Way You Make Mashed Potatoes

Food Network chef Tyler Florence shared his mashed potatoes recipe with us, and I immediately had to try it. Traditionally, potatoes are cooked in water before being mashed together with butter and cream (or milk). However, Tyler suggests cooking the potatoes in the cream itself, so no potato-y …

Recipes

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Drivers Are Wasting Billions on Premium Gas, AAA Says

Drivers wasted $2.1 billion on premium gasoline over the past year, according to new AAA research.<p>AAA determined that premium gasoline doesn’t improve performance, fuel efficiency or emissions for vehicles that run on regular-grade fuel. Yet an estimated 16.5 million Americans have opted to pay for …

23 Paleo Bowls That Make Breakfast Great Again

Breakfast bowls are the ultimate convenience: They pack in a ton of nutrients at once, and they’re often easily portable. Best of all, they let you …

Healthy Eating

7 of the Best Books On the Line Between Religion and Science

How I Lost My Faith and Found It Again Through Science<p>Mike McHargue; Foreword by Rob Bell<p>The titles of the two podcasts hosted by writer Mike McHargue give a sense of the breadth of his areas of concern: Ask Science Mike and The Liturgists Podcast. His writing focuses on finding a way to reconcile …

How a 77-Year-Old Disabled Artist Finally Got Her Moment

For nearly 30 years, Helen Rae, a 77-year-old self-taught artist, has started her drawings the same way: by looking for inspiration in the pages of <i>Vogue</i> or other glossy fashion magazines. When she finds an image she likes—a model wearing a floral headdress, a tapestry-covered background, Karlie …