Jaclyn See

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Glass phones are about to get really, really cool

Are you ready for translucent phones? What about wood, or snakeskin? That's the promise of Gorilla Glass 6, Corning's newest generation of Gorilla …

Mobile Technology

What Happens If You Eat Mold Accidentally?

Mold can show up anywhere — in the coffee-maker, in our trash can, on our mattress — and most often, around our food. We all know the feeling of …

Cream Cheese

10 complicated but useful English words you should add to your vocabulary immediately

We’re all guilty of using a thesaurus to find complicated words to use to sound smarter. Unfortunately this often backfires because we either don’t …

Language

Lumen reveals if your body is burning fat or carbs with a single breath

Lumen's technology is based on the very real metabolic measurement called respiratory quotient (RQ). For decades scientists and dieticians have used …

Carbohydrates

85% of Tampons Contain Monsanto's 'Cancer Causing' Glyphosate

Glyphosate, a widely popular herbicide that has been linked to cancer by the World Health Organization's cancer research arm, was detected in 85 …

Agriculture

8 Unknown Eyeliner Secrets Every Lazy Girl Should Know

Do you remember the first time you attempted eyeliner? Was it in middle school, when you traced your mom’s blue pencil in a shaky line several inches …

Makeup

I've Been to Italy 12 Times—These Spots Are Straight Out of a Fairy Tale

You'd be forgiven for thinking Natalie Obradovich is permanently on vacation. The blonde perennially tanned travel photographer seems to spend more …

Italy

The One Mistake Nearly Everyone Makes When Pan Searing a Steak

Cooking a restaurant-worthy steak on the stovetop should not be a daunting task. Read through these blunders, resolve to avoid them, and you can …

BBQ

Excitement in Egypt as an unopened black sarcophagus has been discovered

An ancient – and unopened – black sarcophagus has been discovered in Egypt this week, fuelling speculation about who could be inside.<p>Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities announced the discovery of the tomb in Alexandria. Unearthed during some excavation work in the city. The tomb contained a black grant …

Archaeology

Reap *major* anti-inflammatory benefits by making this super-simple ginger tea

Selena Gomez famously takes a ginger shot every morning because it “[kills] everything inside—all of the bad things,” as revealed on <i>The Late Late</i> …

Antiinflammatory

You Need to Try This Addictive (and Crunchy!) Hot Sauce

I’m not the type to fall in love with a stranger, but a nameless woman has become one of my most beloved kitchen companions. She’s the frowning lady …

Cooking

4 Anthony Bourdain Dishes We'll Keep in Our Recipe Books Forever

The untimely death of Anthony Bourdain on June 8 brought the culinary world to its collective knees. The TV host, correspondent, and chef inspired and captured “foodies” around the world with his raw, no-holds-barred style of adventure, encouraging most of us to tear down boundaries and get out …

Anthony Bourdain

This Tiny Fern Is the "Most Economically Important' Fern On Earth

Meet the plant nicknamed 'green manure.'<p>Much like Frodo in <i>The Lord of the Rings</i>, the fern <i>Azolla filiculoides</i> proves that the small can certainly pack …

University of California

These 15 Recipes Turn Chicken Breast into Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn

It's pretty much a given that you'll find chicken breast in regular rotation in my meal plans and at least one or two packs stashed in my freezer at …

Cooking

This $40 power bank can charge your phone up to seven times

The thing about today's smartphones is that they're jammed with so many features that their batteries can hardly keep up. Those of us who are heavily …

Gear & Gadgets

The Youngest Self-Made Billionaire on Earth Is Also the Humblest: He Says Luck Is What Made Him Successful

The 27-year-old entrepreneur cofounded a payments company valued at $9.2 billion.<p>John Collison is the youngest self-made billionaire on Earth.<p>The …

Startups

1 hour per day doing this mental exercise will exponentially increase your success

<b>“Remember, dreams without goals are just dreams and they ultimately fuel disappointment. Have dreams, but have goals, life goals, yearly goals,</b> …

exponentially

The Secret to Perfectly Fried Fish Is an Ingredient You Probably Have in Your Pantry

The universally loved fish fry—from Lenten Fridays to slaw- and hush puppy-filled summer gatherings—transforms flaky white fillets into golden-fried …

Kitchens

I Tried 11 Peanut Butters and Here's the Best One

Illustration by Lauren Kolm<p><i>Are choosy moms right?</i><p><i>This story originally appeared on Myrecipes.com by Kate Welsh.</i><p>I am a peanut butter devotee, and have …

Dessert

Beat the heatwave – these 5 houseplants will actually keep your home cool

In the long run they're inexpensive and environmentally-friendly too!<p>Sometimes it feels like no amount of cooling fans or wide open windows will make …

Plants

These 3 Moves Will Make You Feel Like Your Abs Are On Fire, In A Good Way

Ready, set, plank.<p>As an Instagram star and founder of the Body Love App, Anna Victoria is a fitness force to be reckoned with. Not only does she love …

Workouts

When do sugar, flour and other baking supplies go bad? Here's your guide

Knowing when to throw out food can be tricky, especially dry goods. Products come labeled with a dates like use-by, sell-by and best-by. When it comes to baking, you might have more time to bake those cookies than you thought.<p>The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service alongside the Food …

Recipes

Make-up transformation trend sweeping China: Before and After pictures

Forget contouring! Women are left unrecognisable after REMOVING their 'sculpture' make-up - as the trend for TAPING cheeks and wearing fake noses …

China

Want to Live Longer? Science Says Drink More Coffee (Even This Insane Amount)

Yet another study says that even more coffee will help you live longer and fight off cancer.<p>I hope you're reading this while drinking a cup of coffee. Maybe even your second or third cup.<p>That's because a massive new British study, examining the coffee habits and longevity of nearly 500,000 adults, …

Coffee

17 Really Funny Tweets That Prove Husbands Of Pregnant Women Are Total Saints

"My wife just threatened me with her hormones."

Pregnancy

15 Delicious-Looking Photos That You Should NOT Eat Under ANY Circumstances

Trust us, don't eat it. (H/T to r/ForbiddenSnacks)

Food

41 Products On Amazon That Are Cult-Favorites Because They Effing Work

The age-old phrase "Don't trust everything you see" has evolved a lot over the years. First, it applied to just television. Now, it's "Don't trust …

Shopping

This Smart Pillow Will Stop Your Partner's Terrible Snoring

Can’t sleep? You’re not alone.<p>One-third of Americans report that they usually get fewer than the recommended hours of sleep, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).<p>Given how important sleep is for our health and well-being, it was only a matter of time before someone …

Sleep

How To Make Ragu, According To Three Real Italian Nonnas

Things get heated when it comes to incorporating garlic and red wine.<p>Long before ragù was a ubiquitous brand of spaghetti sauce in a jar, it was ―and is ― the basis for untold volumes of Italian goodness, from tagliatelle al ragù to lasagna to gnocchi to supplì, deep-fried rice balls stuffed with …

Italian Food

World's tiniest 'computer' makes a grain of rice seem massive

You didn't think scientists would let IBM's "world's smallest computer" boast go unchallenged, did you? Sure enough, University of Michigan has produced a temperature sensing 'computer' measuring 0.04 cubic millimeters, or about a tenth the size of IBM's former record-setter. It's so small that one …

University of Michigan