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The new patriotism: Loving America and resisting President Trump, a one-man 9/11

<b>Protesters gather for a Women's March in Oslo, Norway, Saturday Jan. 21, 2017. The march is being held in solidarity with the Women's March in Washington, and other cities worldwide, advocating women's rights and opposing Donald Trump's U.S. presidency. (Stian Lysberg Solum / NTB Scanpix via AP)</b> …

Wheat: 200 Clinically Confirmed Reasons Not To Eat It

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Believe It or Not: These 20 Recipes Were Made With Avocado!

We are all in love with avocados. These little green fruits are the topic of many culinary conversations right now and it’s not surprising. Avocados …

How To Make Your Own Almond Milk, Because It's Ridiculously Easy

Wham, bam, thank you, ma'am.<p>The list of ingredients on a carton of almond milk is long. Too long. It includes things like locust bean gum, sunflower lecithin, gellan gum and sometimes even carrageenan. Though those are all commonly found in many foods you buy at the grocery store and <i>most</i> aren't …

Martha Stewart

Anima House: How The Heroine’s Journey Made Me A Better Man

Like lots of people, I rolled into ninth grade literature class a mishmash of pop culture role models, peer pressure, crippling insecurities and …

12 Contemporary Writers on How They Revise

“Writing is rewriting,” says everyone all the time. But what they don’t say, necessarily, is <i>how</i>. Yesterday, Tor pointed me in the direction of this …

'Words on Paper Will Outlast Us': How Claire Messud Distills Her Life

The author of The Woman Upstairs says that writing preserves the worlds we inhabit—even if so much of them dies with us.<p><b>By Heart is a series in which authors share and discuss their all-time favorite passages in literature.</b> <b>See entries from Jonathan Franzen, Sherman Alexie, Andre Dubus III and …

5-Ingredient Smoothies That Taste and Look So Good We Want to Cry

Whether you've got a hankering for something fruity, a craving for dessert (when don't we?), or just need a heavy dose of greens to cancel out the …

Recipes

Fake news, a fake president and a fake country: Welcome to America, land of no context

<b>(Reuters/Lucas Jackson/Salon)</b><p>Donald Trump’s supporters have locked themselves in a “Matrix”-style simulated America — but they’re not alone<p>Andrew O'Hehir<p>December 3, 2016 5:00pm (UTC)<p>How much of the “news” is fake? How much of reality is “real”? After an election cycle driven by lies, delusions and …

Donald Trump

Here's why we forget things, no matter how hard we try not to

The brain, with its 100 billion neurons, allows us to do amazing things like learn multiple languages, or build things that send people into outer space. Yet despite this astonishing capacity, we routinely can't remember where we put our keys, we forget why we went to the grocery store, and we fail …

The Brain

Here's Why Facebook Removing That Vietnam War Photo Is So Important

Facebook is more than just a site where people share photos of their children or pets. It has become a crucial way in which hundreds of millions of …

The Sound of Silence: An Illustrated Serenade to the Art of Listening to One’s Inner Voice Amid the Noise of Modern Life

A tender reminder that silence is not the absence of sound but the presence of an inward-listening awareness.<p><i>“There are many fine things which we cannot say if we have to shout,”</i> Henry David Thoreau observed in contemplating how silence ennobles speech. A year earlier, he had written in his …

How Much Sleep Do You Really Need?

Recently I attended a retirement celebration for a longtime Physician colleague, Daniel Kripke, M.D., who was stepping away from his role with the …

Sleep

Brain's "reward system" also tied to sleep-wake states

According to Stanford University researchers, a primary circuit in the brain's reward involving the chemical "feel-good" chemical dopamine, is also …

Syria's White Helmets nominated for Nobel Peace Prize | Human Rights

An all-volunteer Syrian rescue and humanitarian group in Syria - credited with saving tens of thousands of people facing bombardments by Syrian government and Russian fighter jets since 2013 - has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.<p>More than 130 organisations from across the world have backed …

South Korea: Bee-keeping trend grows in Seoul

<b>Seoul, South Korea -</b> Unused rooftops provide a perfect environment for breeding bees, residents of South Korea's capital Seoul have discovered.<p>Over the past year, the number of bee hives in the region has almost doubled from 180 to 300.<p>"Urban bee-keeping lets you realise that people don't exist …