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You Are Shaped by the Genes You Inherit. And Maybe by Those You Don’t.

For centuries, people have drawn the line between nature and nurture.<p>In the nineteenth century, the English polymath Francis Galton cast nature-versus-nurture in scientific terms. He envisioned a battle between heredity and experience that shapes each of us.<p>“When nature and nurture compete for …

Genetics

5 Places in the United States Where You Can Spot the Northern Lights

Each year thousands of tourists flock to destinations like Norway, Finland, and Iceland in the hopes of catching a glimpse of the glimmering Northern …

Northern Lights

Take a Fall Foliage Train Trip Across the U.S. For Just $58

There's something about changing colours that's absolutely fascinating. Perhaps it's that subtle nod towards change being a fact of life, or perhaps …

Trains

Disconnect From Reality — and Modern Conveniences — on Alaska's Dalton Highway

Forests

Must See Stops in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

<i>A moody scene captured in a socked in Sequoia National Park. Photo credit: Jonathan Irish</i><p>It was in the California wilderness where John Muir, the unofficial "father of the national parks," was inspired to start down a lifelong path of environmental conservation--and it was the landscapes of Sequoia …

National Parks

Dreamlike Photos of Burning Man by Victor Habchy

Photographer Victor Habchy has attended the increasingly popular annual Burning Man gathering in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert for the past few years, …

10 Things Successful Humans Do That Failures Do Not

Success is a play of habits. In itself, "success" is a relative term and so it is an "achievement" that is fully dependent upon the habits you …

Breaking the Cycle of Repeated Financial Mistakes

Human beings are creatures of habit. Most of the time, those habits are a good thing – they ensure that our basic needs are met pretty efficiently …

Self-improvement

Why am I not finding the blog post? Reshaping INDIHOPE

<b>Disclaimer</b><p>Dear Reader, if you have come across here from a different blog post, then it means the blog that you are looking for is no longer …

11 foods you should never store in the fridge - even though many of us do

When it comes to storing food, there is always conflicting advice.<p>You might have grown up seeing your mum put bananas in the fridge - only to be told …

Onions

How to visit nearly every national park in one epic road trip

This month, the National Park Service marks its 100th anniversary. One of Wonkblog's favorite data scientists, a guy named Randal Olson who's a researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, decided to mark the occasion by creating a map of the shortest possible road trip through all 47 national …

National Parks

Working in an Office Is ‘As Bad As Smoking’—But One Hour of Exercise Will Offset Health Risks

Office workers must exercise for one hour a day to combat the deadly risk of modern working lifestyles, a major Lancet study has found.<p>Research on …

24 Charts That Will Help You Be Healthy AF

Whether it's tips on how to eat healthier, work out more, or just be kinder to yourself.

23 Companies That Help You Travel The World For Free (And Might Pay You, Too)

Think you can’t afford to go on vacation? Think again.<p>A Wisconsin-based teacher and author with a passion for Spain, Abbey Algiers looks for inexpensive ways to take trips on her summer holidays. So when she discovered Diverbo, she couldn’t believe it. Diverbo offers free vacations for English …

Travel

10 Vegetables That Actually Aren't That Good For You

Nutrition

10 Steps to Recovering After a Business Failure

Here are a few steps I took to reinvent myself after losing every penny in my bank account.<p>Not everything in life and business goes exactly as planned. That's because outside forces are constantly at work, creating situations and choices that lead us toward success or most often putting roadblocks …

Self-improvement