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Neuroscience Finds This Seemingly Mindless Exercise Sharpens Your Brain | Inc.com

To help improve focus, develop superior thinking skills and improve cognitive function, a deep-thinking activity like chess might come to mind. If there were a sport that produced the same brain boosting results, you'd probably think one like soccer -- with its all-in-one multi-tasking trifecta of …

Humanity

Stroke vs. Aneurysm: What is the Difference?

Stroke is a life-threatening medical emergency that affects the brain. Aneurysm may be confused with stroke because an aneurysm in the brain can lead …

How 3 Pro Cannabis Chefs Think About Infused Cooking

Professional cannabis chefs have one of the coolest jobs ever. Then again, it’s hard enough to put together a spectacular meal in the kitchen without …

After subdued trip to Mexico, Trump talks tough on immigration in Phoenix

MEXICO CITY — Donald Trump, who has made maligning illegal immigrants from Mexico a cornerstone of his presidential campaign, met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Wednesday — striking a remarkably subdued and cooperative tone as he faced a world leader who forcefully opposes his …

Donald Trump

Has marijuana actually got stronger since the 80s? Here's what the science says

Estimates on just how much stronger vary, however, since marijuana is a tricky thing to measure. Its status as a Schedule I drug, and its incredible variability in potency based on where it's grown and how it's ingested make it difficult to pinpoint its strength over time.<p>Andy LaFrate, president …

16-year-old devises way to make deadly breast cancer more treatable

A teenager believes he has solved the problem of how to make a deadly form of breast cancer more treatable.<p>Around 7,500 women each year are diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer, a type of disease which does not respond to today's most effective drugs.<p>Many breast cancers are driven by …

Cancer

Tip Sheet: A first-timer's guide to using Airbnb

During our San Francisco Bay Area weekend getaway, I emerged from the bathroom looking for my teenage daughter, Hannah, and my husband, Brady. …

Scientists uncover common cell signaling pathway awry in some types of autism

Skin cells derived from autistic donors grew faster than those from control subjects, and activated their genes in distinct patterns, scientists …

How to Eat Well When You're Young and Broke

It doesn't have to be all dollar menus and junk food.<p><b>Get the VICE App on iOS and</b> <b>Android</b><p>Eating well is a struggle for everyone, and when you're on a budget, it's damn near impossible. Walk into the grocery store with dreams of stocking your fridge with organic, free-range, and locally sourced foods, …

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Scientists Asked Millennials to Explain Drunk Sex vs. Stoned Sex

There are obviously some pretty big differences.<p>If you were to compare the lazy haze of a weed-fueled hookup to the more frantic flashes of boozy sex, would you have a preference? A new study out of New York University suggest most people would.<p>The study itself was limited in size—only 24 …

Research

Sleep Problem: My Brain Won't Shut Off

When getting into bed cues that ticker in your head.<p><i>The Arianna Huffington +</i> Furthermore <i>Sleep Series knows that all good sleepers are alike; all bad sleepers are bad in their own way. When we asked you what your sleep issues were, you answered. Many of you said you couldn't shut your minds off at</i> …

Sleeping With Technology: Harming Your Brain One Night at a Time

Here is an all-too-common scenario: <i>Jeff and Mary put the kids to bed and settle down for the night to watch television. Jeff has his smartphone at his bedside and keeps checking email, social media, texts and the baseball scores while Mary checks her work emails, plays Words With Friends and checks</i> …

Genes help determine when you will lose your virginity, say scientists

When you lose your virginity and how many children you will have are partially determined by genetics, Cambridge University has found.<p>A study of over 380,000 people has identified gene mutations which influence the age of puberty, sexual intercourse, first birth and number of offspring.<p>Previously …

If you think vaping is a safe alternative to cigarettes, read this

VAPING MIGHT BE CONSIDERED TO BE A MORE ACCEPTABLE and healthy alternative than smoking traditional tobacco cigarettes, but recently presented …

Public Health

'Miraculous' results from new MS treatment

A pioneering new stem cell treatment is reversing and then halting the potentially crippling effects of multiple sclerosis.<p>Patients embarking on a ground-breaking trial of the new treatment have found they can walk again and that the disease even appears to be stopped in its tracks.<p>“I started …

E-cigarettes win first approval as a 'medicine' opening way for prescription by the NHS

Medicines regulator approves brand of 'vaping' cigarette but GPs warn it could put pressure on surgeries<p>E-cigarettes have been granted a licence by Britain’s medicines regulator for the first time, opening the door for them to be prescribed on the NHS.<p>The Medicines and Healthcare Products …

Gonorrhoea could become untreatable, GPs warned

England's chief medical officer Dame Sally Davies writes to all GPs and pharmacies after rise of drug-resistant strain<p>Gonorrhoea, the sexually transmitted infection, could become untreatable, England's chief medical officer has warned.<p>Dame Sally Davies has reportedly written to all GPs and …

CDC grades American schools on how well they teach sex education

American high schools got generally good marks for their teaching of topics related to sex education, but there are still many areas in need of improvement, according to a new report card from the<p>Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.<p>Across the country, 94% of high schools taught students the …

Public Health

Unhealthy lifestyles of men are written into their sperm, study finds

Scientists at the University of Copenhagen at the sperm of obese and thin men and noticed significant differences in parts of the gene associated with appetite.<p>Pregnant women, and those hoping to conceive, have long been warned to curb drinking and smoking and keep their weight down if they want to …

University of Sheffield

Cockroaches bite with 50 times more force than their body weight

New study says the cockroach has a bite five times the relative strength of a human being's<p>The shudder you feel when you spy a cockroach will only be intensified by the results of a new study.<p>A cockroach can bite with 50 times more force than its body weight, and with five times the relative force …

The latest 'gay gene' study gives no comfort to homophobes

The likes of Vladimir Putin might welcome a study which finds sexual orientation may not be fixed from birth. But they are ignoring the science<p>Vladimir Putin, Robert Mugabe, Pope Francis and other anti-gay world leaders may well rejoice at new scientific research that points to homosexuality as …

What it's Really like to Fly Overseas in First Class

I'm not going to make you wait until the end of my column to tell you that it is<p>FANTASTIC!<p>As a travel writer, I don't fly first class, or even business for that matter. I pay for my fares anywhere. I pay for hotels, food, anything a tourist would pay for.<p><b>The Delay.</b><p>As I was flying from Miami to …

VIDEO: The #1 reason people die early in each country

150,000 people die across the world each day. But what is it about certain countries that cause people to die too soon? Vox just released a …

Give your mind a break with fluid dynamics videos

Pretty colors<p>We all have our strategies for a quick relaxation session: photos of serene wilderness, beautiful space images, cat videos. But for those of you who miss screensavers or music visualizations, I have a suggestion: fluid dynamics videos.<p>Take, for example, this timelapse video of clouds …

Scientists claim to have grown sperm in test tubes

The breakthrough could help thousands of infertile men and young boys left sterile from cancer treatment all over the world, the scientists say<p>Scientists have claimed to have grown mature human sperm in test tubes in a breakthrough that could help combat male infertility.<p>The sperm cells, which have …

Sex does not trigger heart attacks even after health scare

Scientists find no link between sex and adverse cardiovascular events as they rate intercourse as 'moderate' activity, equivalent to taking brisk walk<p>For those who want to grow old disgracefully, it could be good news. A study has found no evidence that sex can trigger a heart attack, even in …

9 US habits I lost in London

1. Asking to split the check.<p>While some kind servers will split the check, most of the time it seems like a big dramatic no-no. I quickly realized …

England

Smoking Doesn’t Kill Them: The Strange Science of the Longevity Gene

Why do some cigarette smokers live to old age while others die young? Scientists are getting closer to an answer.<p>It’s a well-established fact that …

Your Baby’s Brain Holds the Key to Solving Society’s Problems

Author’s advice to parents: Quality time with your baby means tapping the three Ts—tune in, talk more, take turns.<p>Try saying pediatric otolaryngologist. Not easy, right?<p>According to Dana Suskind, who holds that title at the University of Chicago, our exposure to rich language in the first three …