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PETA calls for ‘A Dog’s Purpose’ boycott after footage of panicked German shepherd

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is calling for a boycott of the film <i>A Dog’s Purpose</i> after TMZ posted a video of a handler forcing …

Discover the beauty of a Marimo terrarium

Want to spruce up your tiny apartment with a bit of magic? You’d be amazed by the beauty you can bring to a space with something small.<p>Marimo …

Back to School Beauty Essentials for Every Grade Level

Back to school shopping is so much more than pens, notebooks, and highlighters. While you may have a solid list of school supplies, do you have a …

This Gel Is a Glass of Water... for Your Face

Let's face it... we're all thirsty.<p>There's nothing more annoying that having a flawless face of makeup that quickly becomes un-flawless because you …

The 11 Best Highlighters and How to Use Them

We asked the industry's top celebrity makeup artists to share their foolproof application tips for every highlighting formula under the sun.<p>Highlighters don't get as much glory as mascaras, and they're not as flashy as rich lipsticks or bright eyeliners. But ask any makeup artist who preps …

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Researchers create temporary tattoos you can use to control your devices

In the future, your tattoos could be much more than just ink designs.<p>Scientists have created a new kind of high-tech temporary tattoo that can act as …

10 Popular 'Life Hacks' That Are Completely Bogus

Life hacks give us cheap, elegant ways to stay organized and productive.<p>For instance, who knew a bowl could double as a makeshift iPhone speaker? Or …

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Wormholes at centre of black holes could offer passage to other parts of universe

Wormholes in electrically-charged black holes solve the problem of singularity say physicists.<p>A wormhole at the centre of a black hole could serve as …

Venus may have supported life before Earth

Venus is a hellhole. Despite being much closer to Earth than Mars, its climate is off-the-charts insane, with average temperatures of 864 degrees F, crushing barometric pressure, and did I mention the volcanoes? It's hard to believe that as little as 750 million years ago, it may have had oceans of …

Humans First Used Tools to Eat Meat 250,000 Years Ago. Here’s What the Discovery Means

If you’re a developing species with dreams of dominating your home planet one day, you’re going to have to do two things first: grow a big brain and …

12 Travel Tips You Need to Know Before Your Next Vacation

Straight from the mouths of jet-setters Michael Kors and Lily Aldridge.<p>Who better to get travel advice from other than known jet-setters designer Michael Kors and model Lily Aldridge? I spoke to the two of them during the launch of Michael's latest fragrance Wonderlust (out now!), which Lily's the …

Scientists have discovered a new kind of fire, and it's beautiful

Engineers have discovered a brand-new, bright-blue fire tornado that behaves unlike any flame ever created.<p>When a fire burns yellow, it's unclean. The warm colors are signs of an incomplete combustion reaction coughing up soot, smoke, and other emissions. When a flame glows blue, it's a sign of a …

This Piña Colada Recipe Will Change Your Mind About The Frozen Drink

It all starts with fresh pineapple.<p>Let us set the record straight: the piña colada, which is so often sipped in shame at tropical resorts, is a great drink. It has all the right ingredients ― coconut, pineapple, and loads of rum ― and comes presented in smoothie form. It’s basically everything …

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Best Dressed Guest: The Fall Weddings Edit

Your styling guide to the autumn wedding circuit.<p>Few rules remain when it comes to dressing for weddings. Brides have long been experimenting with separates, bohemian silhouettes, ready-to-wear and color–and styling for guests should be no different. Whether you consider your style traditional, …

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The future of travel, from villas beneath the sea to journeys into space

Though we are in tumultuous times, post-Brexit, nobody has yet confronted the prospect of an enclave of Britain adopting the euro – but it is going to happen, and shortly. For an Austrian developer is set to make this unlikely eventuality a reality; and to understand the supposedly impossible, we …

Positive link between video games and academic performance, study suggests

Children who play online video games tend to do better in academic science, maths and reading tests, according to an analysis of data from over 12,000 high school students in Australia.<p>The study found that students who played online games almost every day scored 15 points above average in maths and …

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Nothing—and something—give concrete strength, toughness

What does one need to strengthen or toughen concrete? A lot of nothing. Or something.<p>The "nothing" is in the form of microscopic voids and the …

What Is Cupping and Why Is it Leaving Some Olympians With Spots?

Why are some Olympic athletes sporting large purple spots?<p>The circles appearing on the arms, legs and backs of U.S. athletes like Michael Phelps, Natalie Coughlin and Alex Naddour result from a practice called cupping.<p>If you haven't heard of it, that's not because the practice is new — it's …

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Your Diet Is Probably Healthier Than Trump's

Large obnoxious man enjoys large obnoxious meals.<p>There are those things we always eat when we return to our hometowns. We borrow a car to cruise under the yellow drive-thru neon on those nights our moms don't feel like cooking and grab a McDonald's burger, cheap Mexican food, a hunk of KFC fried …

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Lyft Adds an App Feature for a Common Passenger Behavior

After a delicious dinner with your friends, you pull out your phone and request a Lyft ride to get you all home safely. When the car arrives and you …

Bug leaves 900 million Android devices vulnerable to attack

Researchers have discovered a bug in the chips used in more than 900 million Android phones that, if exploited, could give attackers access to a phone's settings, apps, camera and microphone.<p>The security team at Check Point found four vulnerabilities in the chip used in Android devices including …

This smart pillow wirelessly streams music to help you sleep better

ZEEQ, created by Moley Robotics, could be the answer to your sleeping problems.<p>The smart pillow wirelessly streams music and gathers analytics …

Scientists just made a discovery that could change how we treat diseases that affect 20 million people

These so-called neglected tropical diseases are mostly parasitic infections that have very few treatments and affect some of the hardest-hit communities.<p>But, there might be a glimmer of hope. Researchers at the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation said in a letter published Monday …

Scientists Developed a Way to Make DMT Trips Last Longer Than Ever

The new model still needs to be tested, but it could be a game-changer for one of the more intensely hallucinogenic psychedelics there is.<p><i>This piece was published in partnership with the Influence.</i><p>Known in drug lore as "the businessman's trip" for its lunch-break-size 15-minute duration, DMT …

Scientists Discovered a New Type of Fire

When they appear in the wild they can be devastating, but in a controlled environment fire tornadoes are not only mesmerizing to watch, it turns out …

3 Human Chimeras That Already Exist

The news that researchers want to create human-animal chimeras has generated controversy recently, and may conjure up ideas about Frankenstein-ish …

What is Michael Phelps listening to on his trademark Olympics headphones?

Beyond the Rio 2016 Games, music is a ritual for Phelps: ‘I have walked out to race with my headphones on throughout my whole career’<p>Seconds before diving into the pool for his impressive leg of the 4x100m relay final on Sunday, Michael Phelps was still wearing his headphones.<p>The music is something …

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