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6 Important Things To Know About How Your Brain Learns

<i>This post originally appeared on the Crew blog.</i><p>Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to cook, take up a musical instrument, or just get more out of the books you read, it helps to know how your brain learns.<p>While everyone learns slightly differently, we do have similarities in the way our …

The Brain

A Scientific Case For Starting The Workday At 10 A.M.

Sleep deprivation has become a bigger and bigger problem in the U.S., with 40 percent of adults getting less than the recommended seven to nine hours per night, and one-third of U.S. workers getting six hours or less of sleep per night, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. …

How Zenefits Beat Out Uber, Airbnb To Become 2014's Hottest Startup

There are a lot of big names on this year’s list of hottest startups. But you’ve probably never heard of the #1 overall.<p>That’s because Zenefits, the fastest growing startup of 2014 by valuation, is barely a year old — and it’s disrupting a stodgy industry most people know nothing about: small …

Alcohol interferes with body's ability to regulate sleep

Drinking alcohol to fall asleep interferes with sleep homeostasis, the body's sleep-regulating mechanism, researchers have found. Sleep homeostasis …

10 Bedtime Rituals For Better Sleep

<i>By Esther Crain for Men's Journal</i><p>You have a regular morning ritual that helps you launch your day feeling energized and alert, then an after-work routine that eases the transition from the professional world to your personal life. But if you haven't adopted some specific nighttime habits that prime …

The 25 Golden Rules of Running

Time-tested, universally accepted axioms of the sport.<p>In most cases, these rules started out as a lightbulb over one runner’s head. After a while, that runner told a few running buddies (probably during a long run), word spread, and before you know it, coaches were testing it, sports scientists …

7 Life-Changing Lessons I've Learned Living on a Caribbean Island

Lessons are learned every day -- or at least they should be. Whether positive or negative, life is full of daily experiences that change us and affect us. Living on an island in the Caribbean for two years has taught me many valuable lessons I may not have learned living Stateside. In case you …

Caribbean

Leonardo’s Brain: What a Posthumous Brain Scan Six Centuries Later Reveals about the Source of Da Vinci’s Creativity

One September day in 2008, <b>Leonard Shlain</b> found himself having trouble buttoning his shirt with his right hand. He was admitted into the emergency room, diagnosed with Stage 4 brain cancer, and given nine months to live. Shlain — a surgeon by training and a self-described “synthesizer by nature” …

Understanding Ferguson: A guide to the best essays and journalism

There is no single explanation for why Ferguson, Mo., erupted this summer. <b></b>Other communities have wrestled with the aftermath of controversial police shootings. Other cities have struggled with the lingering forces of segregation and racial disadvantage. Other vigils have been held, sermons …

Review: Revolution

Russell Brand<p>5.0 out of 5 stars <b>Brilliant, Intricate, Non-Violent, and Optimistic</b>, November 4, 2014<p>In relation to the 2,000 plus non-fiction books I …

Core Knowledge Blog | Core Knowledge Foundation

June 13, 2018<p>Sullivan County elementary schools in rural Tennessee are using CKLA to strengthen early literacy instruction, and getting school …

The other C-word: How “You’re a coward” became the ultimate American insult

<b>Theodore Roosevelt, Jon Stewart (Wikicommons/AP/Comedy Central/Martin Crook)</b><p>The “Cowardice” author on Teddy Roosevelt’s bravery, whether Jon Stewart’s a coward, and why wingnuts love the word<p>Steve Almond<p>November 5, 2014 11:58am (UTC)<p>A month ago I was standing in front of a movie theater when a …

Are Appeals to Natural Law and Right Reason Still Effective?

<b>Recent months have witnessed an emerging</b> debate among some American conservatives, especially religiously informed conservatives and, even more …

Left and Right: A Non-Euclidean Perspective

By Robert Anton Wilson<p>Our esteemed editor, Bob Banner, has invited me to contribute an article on whether my politics are “left” or “right,” …

Michael Sandel on the commercialisation of private and civic life

Michael Sandel's <i>What Money Can't Buy</i> purports to demonstrate that markets corrupt - degrade - the goods they are used to allocate. Therefore we as a …

Are We Seeing Another Global Great Awakening?

<i>Economist</i> editors John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge shocked the secular West in 2009 by announcing that “God Is Back”<i>—</i>starting with China, of …

Experts Only: 5 Resorts Where You Should Hire a Guide

I’d have never found Zero Gravity couloir on my own. One of the classic lines in the backcountry just beyond the Jackson Hole ropes, Zero-G is a 50-degree notch through a 100-foot high cliff. Especially on a big snow year, it’s good to go, but the entrance looks just like a lot of spots in the …

Where modern Vikings play

Most visitors to Norway’s fjords head northwest from Oslo, but a sailing adventure farther south yielded stunning hikes, dizzying views and an incredible leap of faith.

Gliders

Cigars just as harmful to health as cigarettes, study says

Cigar smokers are thought to inhale less smoke than cigarette smokers, leading some people to believe they pose fewer health risks than cigarettes.But new research published in the Nov. 7 issue of the journal Cancer, <i>Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention</i> suggests that isn’t so.<p>In fact, among the …

How Running Keeps Your Brain Humming

Need another reason to run? It keeps your brain in great shape.<p>After everything is said and done, the nicest thing a person can do for another person is to make him a sandwich. If you want to go overboard, you can put chips on the side, but really the sandwich is enough. And it's no problem if you …

How To Properly Train With A Heart Rate Monitor

<i>Follow these tips and perform these workouts to get the most out of your training.</i><p>In the early 1980s, while participating in varied running events, I …

Equity Funds - 20 Best Equity Mutual Funds - TheStreet

Best Mutual Funds for<p>Mutual Fund Center<p>Stock Mutual Funds<p>Shares of U.S. Concrete have surged 22% since Election Day, but there is more to the bullish …

Cerner and Athenahealth say integrating with Apple's mobile health service

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Cerner Corp and Athenahealth Inc, two leading U.S. electronic health record providers, said on Thursday they are working with Apple Inc to develop applications that leverage Apple’s mobile health service HealthKit.<p>The Apple logo is pictured at a retail store in the Marina …

Competition Is for Losers

If you want to create and capture lasting value, look to build a monopoly, writes Peter Thiel<p>What valuable company is nobody building? This question is harder than it looks, because your company could create a lot of value without becoming very valuable itself. Creating value isn't enough—you also …

Peter Thiel

'Generation Z' Is Poised To Drive A Surge In E-Commerce Growth

BI Intelligence finds that there are surprising and important differences in behavior depending on gender, age (especially for Generation Z), income, and education. Generation Z, those aged 18 to 24, spends almost one in ten of their dollars online.<p>And they are spending a much <i>higher proportion</i> of …

eCommerce

Comfort in Discomfort: Why Mental Practice Matters

<i>Here’s why mental preparation should be part of your training routine.</i><p>Rob Krar had a secret weapon for his wins at the 2014 Western States 100-Mile …

Sell Your Crap, Pay Off Your Debt, And Do What You Love! This Makes It All Possible!

There’s something strange happening around the globe… but it’s awesome!<p>Lifestyles and needs are changing, and consequently, our houses are shrinking. …

If Consumers Are So Confident, Then Why Aren't They Spending?

<i>Submitted by Jim Quinn of The Burning Platform</i><p><b>If Consumers Are So F%#king Confident Why Aren't They Spending?</b><p>The sheep have been told their …