Should you drink more coffee? Should you take melatonin? Can you train yourself to need less sleep? A physician’s guide to sleep in a stressful age. During residency, I worked hospital shifts that could
Pokemon Go is well on its way to becoming a global cultural phenomenon. The competitive aspects of the game have users aggressively seeking out the best and the brightest Pokemon combatants to join their
After a week of almost non-stop play, I’ve made it to the “endgame” of Pokémon GO, or at least the endgame as it currently stands, until it enters some new phase. I’ve crossed the level 20 threshold, am
Scientists have made the largest map of galaxies ever, and it will shine light on one of the darkest mysteries of the universe
It's called dark energy. Now, an international team of scientists on the hunt for this dark energy have created the largest 3-D map of the universe, measuring the positions of more than 1 million galaxies
Many people take a second job, or have their spouse take a job, with the idea that they will make extra money for their household only to find that come tax time they owe. Nobody likes owing taxes, but
Less than two weeks after making its debut, Pokémon Go is already the most popular mobile game in U.S. history, earning developer Niantic millions of dollars every day. Apple takes a 30 percent cut of
Nine in 10 strokes are preventable if people follow 10 health rules, a major study has shown. Although most people believe that strokes are unavoidable, in fact, 91 per cent need never happen if people
Jet lag may be the worst part of traveling. And it hits many people harder traveling east than west. Why they feel this way is unclear. But scientists recently developed a model that mimics special time-keeping
Most of us begin a new position with energy and a desire to impress. Our effort is high. Our passion is infectious. Our enthusiasm helps us to excel quickly. But for some, work becomes mundane and repetitive.
It goes without saying but don't try this at home. Mad scientist Colin Furze—he of the apocalypse bunker, toasting knife, and rocket-powered go-kart among other things—has spent the past few weeks painstakingly
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They're like Superman's memory crystals, but real. Researchers at the University of Southampton's Optical Research Center announced on Tuesday that they've perfected a technique that can record data in
Raphael Mechoulam has been deciphering the secrets of marijuana for over 50 years. This article originally appeared in the Colombian edition of VICE Magazine. In 1980, a team of investigators from the
Reverse the damage your desk job (and smartphone!) do to your spine. If you spend hours hunching over a computer or staring down at a smartphone, you've likely been plagued with the pain known as "tech