Danielle Gonzalez

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Invisible Rivers In The Sky Are Changing Our Planet

Did you know there are rivers in the sky?! Find out how these weather phenomena alleviate droughts, but also cause deadly floods.<p>It sounds like a …

Climate Change

40 trips you should take before you turn 30

You're not young and free forever.<p>Your 20s are an ideal time to take on some adventure and travel to faraway places.<p>Chances are you'll end up having …

Peru Textures of Time: Your Chance to Win a Trip For Two To Peru

Y ou have a chance to win a grand prize of two round-trip tickets in the economy class cabin for the winner and one companion on an action-packed …

The Secret to Better Broccoli Cheddar Soup: Add the Broccoli In Stages

Some broccoli cheddar soups are just a sad bowl of nacho cheese with a few chunks of broccoli floating in it. For a more flavorful soup, the broccoli …

10 ways to get your children to love skiing

I'm cold!" "My feet hurt!" "I don't like it!"<p>Most parents have, with a sinking heart, heard these phrases uttered by their kids during their first few family ski holidays. But fear not. Here are 10 research-based tips for resilience on the slopes that may put an end to the whinging once and for all.<p>…

Aung San Suu Kyi

10 small things you do that people use to judge your personality

Psychologists call it the "spotlight effect": People generally don't pay nearly as much attention to you as you think they do.<p>Phew.<p>But when they are motivated to pay attention, they <i>really</i> pay attention. Not just to your outfit and your haircut, but to seemingly trivial things, like your handwriting …

Researcher points finger at inaccuracy in most biology textbooks

Nearly all biology textbooks are wrong, according to a new paper co-authored by University of Kansas researcher Christopher Haufler.<p>He and his …

Biology