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21 Lunch and Dinner Salads That Are Seriously Filling

Good salads are much more than iceberg lettuce, chopped veggies, and a sprinkle of a basic vinaigrette. Salads are a great way to pack in plenty of …

After 100 Years of Debate, Hitting Absolute Zero Has Been Declared Mathematically Impossible

The third law of thermodynamics finally gets its proof.<p>After more than 100 years of debate featuring the likes of Einstein himself, physicists have …

Quantum Physics

Quick and Healthy Breakfast Ideas For Busy Mornings

Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and supporting energy levels throughout a busy day start with breakfast. Sugary cereals, processed energy bars, or even a bagel spike your blood sugar levels and leave you crashing before lunch. These quick and easy breakfast recipes will help you maintain energy …

The Best Effing Salad Dressing Ever — No, Seriously

• Popsugar<br>• Health & Fitness<br>• Salad Dressing<p>The Best Salad Dressing Recipe Ever<p>The Best Effing Salad Dressing Ever — No, Seriously<p>Shares<p>I think we can all …

Food

A neuroscientist explains the 5 most effective methods to keep your brain healthy

Neuroscientist and leadership coach Dr. Tara Swart spoke with Business Insider about some of the most effective methods to keep your brain healthy.<p>She picked her five key areas: sleep, nutrition, hydration, oxygen, and meditation.<p>When talking about nutrition, Dr. Swart said: "My top five …

Homemade Ketchup

Despite U.S. sales topping over 78 million gallons a year, ketchup remains a bit of a guilty pleasure. Originally, “Ke-Tsiap” was an East Asian sauce …

Recipes

40 percent of former NFL players suffer from brain injuries, new study shows

A study that will be presented at next week’s American Academy of Neurology (AAN) meeting offers one of the most conclusive pieces of evidence yet of a definitive link between brain injury and playing football.<p>It shows that “more than 40 percent of retired National Football League players … had …