Change happens. Adversity happens. Conflict happens. Then your brain and body tries to cope with it. Your brain releases stress hormones, like cortisol, which then fire up excessive cell-signaling cytokines
A team of researchers from IBM, the University of Waterloo, and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) today published the results of an experiment proving a quantum computer can do things a classical
Everyone seeks the fastest and easiest path to happiness. It’s what drives us as humans. Hoping for a silver bullet that will get us to that end goal, be it wealth, love, or fame. Only when that goal been
There is a cliche saying in marketing that it takes eight or 11 or 17 impressions -- it gets longer every time marketers say it -- before a customer is ready to buy from you. While some version of that
Speaking on a stage is not easy, especially for people who have been thrown into the limelight and not used to that sort of grandstand. Sure, you can report or present to your boss or colleagues, but public
Mads Andreas Olesen has always had both an entrepreneurial and a practical streak. As a child, when he went to weddings, he would barricade the entrances to the restrooms and demand an entrance fee. To
Despite its Google+ debacle, Google continues to claim that it pays close attention to the security of users. It has included a special chip in its new Pixel phones called Titan M, which protects consumers
Shirley Yang graduated college with the aspirations to climb the corporate ladder and do it well. Yang started her career on the product team at Myspace, owned by Fox Interactive, followed by Sony Playstation
It's Official: A Massive Sleep Study of 44,000 People Shows Exactly How Much Sleep You Need Each Night
Did you get enough sleep last night? No matter who you are or where you live, the researchers behind a massive new scientific study on sleep say they can tell you exactly how much sleep you should get.
From setting goals to drinking coffee, these bad morning habits might surprise you. There are a number of things you’re probably doing every morning that are actually hindering your productivity. If you’re
Female Founders 100: Empire-Builders These women have overcome huge odds to build massive businesses--whether they are entertainment powerhouses, public companies, or simply on the cusp of dominating industry.
Take a look at the prefabricated homes designed by LivingHomes, the company that established the Amazon-backed startup, Plant Prefab. The world of prefab has been abuzz with the news that Amazon’s Alexa
The stock market is riddled with animal metaphors. Bearish traders tend to have a cautious approach, while bulls are much more aggressive. Ostrich traders — you guessed it — have a habit of ignoring negative
No drone ship needed Update October 7th, 10:40PM ET: SpaceX successfully launched and landed its Falcon 9 this evening, marking the 62nd flight of the vehicle. It was also the 12th ground landing for company,
If you don't want to confuse hiring managers and risk them passing on you for a job because you look like a liar, then be sure to make the Work History sections on your resume and LinkedIn profile identical.
It will even show you where your bus or train is in real-time. When it's not debunking flat-earthers, Google Maps is busy pushing out updates. In the past few months alone, we've seen new groups, discovery
Mike McKenna owes a great debt to Steve Jobs--but not for the reasons you'd think. As the CEO of Diamond Assets, McKenna spends his days running a company that buys and refurbishes outdated Apple equipment,
When it comes to sage-like wisdom, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett has a mountainous surplus of it circulating the internet. Some of his advice is so commonsensical it stops us in our tracks and