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How Some Neuromyths Just Don’t Go Away

Some commonly held ideas about what we know about the brain are nothing more than myth, and a new study recently published in <i>Frontiers of Psychology</i> …

Do This 10-Minute Yoga Routine After Every Workout To Get Crazy Flexible

It'll help you relax, too.<p>Think of your workout as a meal. Your warm-up is your appetizer, the actual sweat session is your entree, and your cooldown is—wait... cooldown? "Most people skip stretching because they don't think it's important," says John Porcari, Ph.D., an exercise and sports science …

Yoga

Ethics Watchdogs Want U.S. Attorney To Investigate Trump's Business Interests

<b>Updated at 6:20 p.m. ET</b><p>With Congress showing no signs of taking action, a group of ethics watchdogs is turning to U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to look into whether President Trump's many business interests violate the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution.<p>"Published reports indicate that the …

Artist puts Trump's sexist quotes onto 1950s advertisements, and it works all too well

Women have come so far since the 1950s, just maybe not in the Oval Office.<p>Saint Hoax is a Syrian painter and activist who spent the last two years …

10 Untranslatable Words to Describe Love in Other Languages

The feeling of falling in love can be hard to put into words, but there are plenty of languages that describe the phenomenon a whole lot better than …

Language

The "Golden Age of Capitalism" Was an Era of Racism and Secret Coups

US capitalism’s “Golden Age” wasn’t so golden for people color facing racist mobilizations like this rally held against the integration of Central …

American Christianity has long struggled to be on the right side of racial justice

People of faith aren’t exempt from facing each generation’s political and ideological battles.<p>When Michelle Obama addressed the significance of the first black First Family living in the White House, a house built by slaves, she was unintentionally giving a history lesson to many who didn’t know …

Justice

Evidence of New World religious dialogue found in Caribbean cave

Anglo-Puerto Rican team discovers Latin inscriptions and Christograms next to spiritual iconography by indigenous peoples<p>Early European colonisers of the Americas are generally seen as religious zealots and violent oppressors, but the discovery of a cave on an uninhabited Caribbean island may lead …

How Slavery Changed the DNA of African Americans

Our genetic make-up is the result of history. Historical events that influenced the patterns of migration and mating among our ancestors are …

African-American News

Mapping the Great Migration: Black Americans' Exodus To The North

<b>In 1910, 83% of African Americans lived in the South</b>, about the same percentage that had lived there since at least as far back as 1790.<p>In the 60 years that followed, growing racism and a lack of economic opportunities in the South led more than <b>6 million</b> African Americans to migrate north. The pull …

What you read matters more than you might think

A study published in the International Journal of Business Administration in May 2016, found that what students read in college directly affects the level of writing they achieve. In fact, researchers found that reading content and frequency may exert more significant impacts on students’ writing …

7 Pro Study Tips That Will Make You Feel Like a Genius

These research-backed tips can help you learn more, faster, and with less effort.<p>Smart isn't just something you are. It's something you do.<p>A boatload of science shows that, when it comes to how fast we learn, context and strategy are nearly as important as sheer mental horsepower. Or as Mikey …

A Sneak Peek at the Universal Hip Hop Museum

The chief curator of the upcoming Bronx museum shares his vision for the site—and photos from his collection of early hip hop memorabilia.<p>Writing in the February 1986 edition of the New York City-based magazine “City Limits,” Claude “Paradise” Gray had this to say about urban crime and the state of …