Jahrett Toppin

15 Added | 1 Magazine | @JahrettToppin | Keep up with Jahrett Toppin on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Jahrett Toppin”

Earth Science

The Very Best Photography Gear Right Now

From VR cameras to tripods, our pick of the best equipment documenting your next trip.<p>The definition of photography has vastly expanded in a way that …

Photography

Premature baby girl wins title of 'happiest baby in the world' just five days after being born

One little girl is inspiring the parents of premature babies everywhere after a photo of her smiling just five days after being born went viral.<p>Born …

You Have a Second Brain

We're controlled by more than just our thoughts.<p>Your brain is made up of billions of neurons that are constantly firing electrical signals back and …

Digestion

OSIRIS-REx Traveled 2 Million Miles Away From Earth in a Week

NASA only launched its OSIRIS-REx mission a week ago, but the spacecraft is already two million miles away from Earth and cruisin’ along …

Space Exploration

Why is it suddenly considered progressive to say women have pink brains?

The results are in: I am a woman. According to the Science Museum’s interactive test of “brain sex”, I am – in common with others of the female persuasion – possessed of a “good visual memory”, but not so skilled at “seeing things in three dimensions” or “being able to imagine how things …

Chinese actress' death sparks national debate over traditional medicine

The death of a young Chinese actress who initially rejected chemotherapy in favour of traditional Chinese medicine has sparked a national debate.<p>Xu Ting, 26, was diagnosed with lymphoma, a cancer that affects the immune system, two months before passing away.<p>Against her family's objections, the …

Cancer

3tags.org

All Things Pumpkin: 7 Recipes To Welcome Fall

You know fall is right around the corner when pumpkin flavors start popping up everywhere. What better way to welcome the new season than with one (or all) of these autumn-tasting treats?<p><b>1. Perfect Pumpkin Bread</b><p>I've tried many pumpkin bread recipes over the years, but none as good as this one. It's …

5 Scientific Theories That Will Melt Your Brain

People think science is all tedious testing and complicated calculations, but those only happen after someone points at the Sun God and screams, "I …

Dozens of birds fall from sky in Boston, dead from unknown cause

32 songbirds and two cats died Officials are investigating possible causes<p>Dozens of birds have mysteriously fallen out of the sky in Boston, prompting health officials to launch an investigation.<p>A total of 47 grackles rained down upon the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston on Thursday. The Animal …

Birds

Low UK breastfeeding rates down to social pressures over routine and sleep

The UK has the lowest rate of breastfeeding in the world partly because not enough is being done to support new mothers to breastfeed, expert warns<p>Social pressure on new mothers to get their babies into a feeding routine and to sleep through the night is a key factor in why the UK has the lowest …

Pregnancy

Why Are Babies So Dumb If Humans Are So Smart?

As a species, humans are incredibly smart. We tell stories, create magnificent art and astounding technology, build cities, and explore space. We haven’t been around nearly as long as many other species, but in many respects we’ve accomplished more than any have before us. We eat them and they …

Singularity

What to See and Do at the Pittsburgh Zoo

As part of a summer series, T+L is highlighting amazing lesser-known attractions found in the United States. Next up: a place in Pittsburgh to get a …

Ice Hockey

How to Raise a Genius: Lessons from a 45-Year Study of Supersmart Children

On a summer day in 1968, professor Julian Stanley met a brilliant but bored 12-year-old named Joseph Bates. The Baltimore student was so far ahead of …

Education