Not a lot of things last over a thousand years; even fewer last over 10,000. Yet a British research team has put together a list of what they called "ultraconserved words," or words that have remained
Few school-sponsored enrichment programs lend themselves to genuine nostalgia. The Presidential Fitness Test? Most people compartmentalize the memories of that one, lest they lead to traumatic flashbacks.
A probe the size of a basketball court has taken unprecedented new images of Jupiter. NASA's $1 billion Juno spacecraft, launched in August 2011, took five years to reach and settle into orbit around gas
Saturn has moons like a dog has fleas, and they're all fascinating in their own ways. This new picture from NASA's Cassini probe shows off the peculiarity of Daphnis, a moon so tiny it wasn't discovered
This article first appeared in She's Fit to Lead (www.shesfittolead.com). When I was younger, I envied kids with stay-at-home moms. Growing up, my neighbor (and best friend) had a mom who was always around.
For years we've been hearing that cutting carbs should be a cornerstone of most diets when you're trying to lose weight … but not so fast! Turns out, there are some carbs you're going to want to keep For
Let’s just accept the fact that most of us don’t cook healthy meals every night, hit the gym every morning or have the best sleep habits. However, there are some simple ways to start working on healthy
We’ve all heard the phrase “information overload.” It reminds us of tweets, texts, emails, the endless stream of interesting articles on Facebook, those viral videos we can’t help but click on, the numerous
Notice a major difference in just seven days! This article was written by Jenny Sugar and repurposed with permission from POPSUGAR Fitness. If you're trying to drop pounds and are new to the whole exercise
On Tuesday afternoon, Sarah MacLachlan stood in front of a class of creative-writing students at Humber College in Toronto. A couple of hours earlier, the president and publisher of House of Anansi Press