Erika Gómez

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How To Stop Feeling Like A Fraud And Start Becoming Confident In Your Own Skin

Break down your self-limiting beliefs by doing more and thinking less.<p>I have a friend who’s beautiful.<p>She’s vivacious, smart, funny, kind, great at what she does and turns heads just walking by, but for some reason, constantly doubts her self-worth and struggles with her self-esteem.<p>For over 5 …

The Dream Job Is a Myth. Focus Instead on Living Your Best Life.

You find your true calling by explore opportunities for happiness and growth.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We're told to follow our dreams, pursue our passions and be extraordinary. But what if we haven't yet figured out what we're meant to do?<p>We millennials were told …

Here's Another Thing an Almost Ex Could Be Doing to Keep You Interested

IMAGE iStock<p>If you thought that once a person ghosts you (read: suddenly disappears into thin air after being done with you and your …

Social Media

When selfies are all you have left of a relationship

When my boyfriend and I broke up, we performed all the standard rituals of ending a years-long relationship: We said goodbye to our one-bedroom apartment; we argued over who got to keep the set of fancy chef’s knives (he won because he was the far superior chef); and we ravaged our shared bookcase …

Relationships

When Brain Cells Die, Having Sex And 3 More Ways To Try To Grow Them Back

According to the media, nearly anything fun or delicious puts you at jeopardy of losing brain cells, but are there any activities that can help to …

7 Common Fears That Don't Have to Control Us

“<b>Love is what we were born with. Fear is what we learned here.”</b> <b>~Marianne Williamson</b><p>As babies, we know nothing about the world. In the universe of an …

The Latest: Governors ask House to continue Medicaid help

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on activities in Congress (all times EST):<p>6:10 p.m.<p>The nation's governors are asking top House Republicans to retain "a …

Health Care

Sanders to Trump: Rescind Bannon appointment, keep promises

WASHINGTON (AP) — Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders is calling on Republican President-elect Donald Trump to rescind his White House appointment of …

Donald Trump

Long-lasting pill that releases drugs for two weeks a 'game-changer'

Pioneering slow-release pill could end repeat doses and help Alzheimer’s patients and mass treatment campaigns<p>A pill that releases its medicine for two weeks after being swallowed is being hailed as a potential game-changer in drug treatment.<p>In future, similar forms of longterm oral drug delivery …

Medicine

DNA-editing breakthrough could fix 'broken genes' in the brain, heart and liver

Gene-editing technology has been used to restore partial vision to blind rats, paving the way for revolutionary new treatments that alter DNA in damaged parts of the body.<p>It is the first time scientists have precisely modified DNA in non-dividing cells of the sort that make up most adult organs and …

Genetics

47 Fall Soup Recipes That Are Cozy & Warming

Fall is PSL and pretty leaves season, sure, but it's also the start of soup season—and here are 47 of our favorite recipes for autumn.<p><b>Soups, stews, bisques, chilis</b>—now's the time to make them in the chunky knit sweater you've been storing in the back of your closet since this time last year. It's …

Cooking

iOS has a nifty hidden feature that parents are gonna love

I don’t have any kids, but our designer Alex does – and he tells me he’s found a neat hidden feature in iOS that every parent is gonna love.<p>Whenever Alex has to get work done at home, he’d put on a funny video on his iPhone and pass it over to his son, hoping to steal the kid’s attention for a few …

Happiness doesn't last, and here's why that's OK

In the 1990s, a psychologist named Martin Seligman led the positive psychology movement, which placed the study of human happiness squarely at the center of psychology research and theory. It continued a trend that began in the 1960s with humanistic and existential psychology, which emphasized the …

Happiness

The Science Behind How We Convince Ourselves To Do Hard And Boring Tasks

Science proves the obvious (as usual). It’s easier to get hard things done when you’re in a good mood.<p>We’re all familiar with the hedonic principle, in which we avoid pain and seek out enjoyable experiences. It’s what makes you read Twitter when you should be working, or watch Netflix instead of …

Happiness

Meet the Silicon Valley-ites taking tiny hits of LSD to boost performance

It's 7am on a sunny Friday in a shared house in the sleepy San Francisco neighbourhood of Richmond. Flatmates buzz in and out of the kitchen as Lily …

Scientist’s have approved this Herb is more Powerful than any medicine against Cancer!

There is a new discovery in the world of natural medicine, which can be used in the treatment of various types of cancers.This herb is native to …

Cancer

The Worst Part Of Schizophrenia Isn’t What You Think It Is

Even after the voices go quiet, people with schizophrenia struggle to focus and think clearly. Can computerized brain training solve a problem that drugs have not?<p><b>Brandon Staglin lost</b> touch with reality in the summer of 1990, after his freshman year of college. His first serious relationship had …

Mental Health

No One Should Edit The Genes Of Embryos To Make Babies, NIH Chief Says

This week bigwig researchers debated “gene editing” ethics — including religious considerations and the very real possibility that only the privileged will have access to the technology's benefits.<p>Gene editing must never be used to create “designer babies” with enhanced abilities, the director of …

Genetics

'Everybody needs money': Pele cashes in on memorabilia

LONDON (AP) — Insisting "everyone needs money," Pele took a lingering look at a lifetime of medals, trinkets and memorabilia that auctioneers hope …

Buckingham Palace

Treating Anxiety & Depression With a Smartphone App

Two English universities have joined forces to assess how a new smartphone app can help people manage their psychological issues.<p>The Catch It app …

Corporate Greed vs Critical Infrastructure: Greed Won. America Lost.

Verizon is now in over 150 countries and has over 330 'investments' worldwide. AT&T is now touting its investments in Mexico and the 100+ locations in the Middle East and Africa. And both companies claim that they are digital entertainment companies. Verizon bought AOL (which owns HuffPost), while …

Ingestible origami robot unfolds from capsule, removes button battery stuck to wall of simulated stomach (w/ Video)

In experiments involving a simulation of the human esophagus and stomach, researchers at MIT, the University of Sheffield, and the Tokyo Institute of …

Robotics

A psychology professor reviewed decades of research about having kids and came to a depressing conclusion about marriage

Lots of women look forward to motherhood — getting to know a tiny baby, raising a growing child, developing a relationship with a maturing son or daughter.<p>All over the world, people believe that parenting is the most rewarding part of life. And it's good that so many mothers treasure that bond with …

The Weird Way Social Media Is Messing With Your Brain

You may know the eye cream she uses before bed and her favorite poolside cocktail. But following someone's social-media feeds doesn't mean you know her. How hanging out on the Internet is messing with our relationships—not to mention our minds.<p>On a balmy summer evening in San Francisco, Bridget and …

Sheryl Sandberg Reflects on Single Motherhood, Says Lean In Critics 'Were Right'

In a Facebook post yesterday, Facebook (fb) COO Sheryl Sandberg wrote at length about what she has learned about motherhood and work in the year …

Feds fighting to keep cash seized from person never charged with crime

Federal prosecutors are battling in court to keep $167,000 in cash seized in a 2013 traffic stop, despite the motorist never being charged in the incident and the Obama administration clamped down this spring on such asset seizures and forfeitures.<p>The case -- which highlights the ongoing concerns …

Corruption

Skin Cancer Checker App, SkinVision, Snags $3.4M To Move Beyond Moles

Can an app warn you that you might have skin cancer? Digital health startup SkinVision is using smartphone tech and vision algorithms to allow consumers to track changes to their moles. Users of its iOS and Android apps, which have been downloaded some 200,000 times since launch back in 2011, take …

Apple to replace faulty iPhone 6 Plus cameras taking ‘blurry’ pictures

Company launches iSight replacement programme, weeks before it is expected to unveil the new iPhone 6s or iPhone 7<p>It is less than a month until Apple is expected to unveils its new iPhone, but the company is recalling a number of 6 Plus models due to faulty cameras.<p>Apple has launched an “iSight …

National Geographic Magazine

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