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19 ALUMINUM FOIL LIFE HACKS YOUR MOM NEVER TAUGHT YOU

You enjoyed our plastic wrap tips and tricks, so we decided to compile some tips for something else you use around the home every day: aluminum foil! …

Cleaning

These 5 Houseplants Are Like "Living, Breathing Antidepressants"

Sometimes, all you need to lighten your mood is a touch of nature in any space, especially when you call a bustling city home. While Stanford …

Mental Health

10 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurial Graduates

Take command of your success with these essential reads.<p>5 min read<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>A new class of graduates are entering the workforce, and many are doing it on their own terms. Unlike previous generations, a large percentage of this "internet generation" …

Entrepreneurship

How Sig Sauer Makes the World's Best Handguns

One of the largest manufacturers of firearms in America is a European company with annual sales of well over half a million guns a year. Pistol maker …

Guns

Bottling up emotions doesn’t work, but neither does brooding. Here’s a different approach.

<b>Gretchen Rubin</b> is the New York Times #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project, Better Than Before, and Happier at Home. Her books have sold …

Self-help

Long-term study finds link between antidepressants and weight gain

A new study, led by researchers from King's College London, has found a link between long-term use of antidepressants and sustained weight gain. The …

Understanding ADHD in Adults

In the past, ADHD (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder) was considered a condition that children had and then "grew out of" before they reached …

Mental Health

How To Love Your Wife As Christ Loved the Church

As a Christian husband, you are not left wondering or speculating about what it means to carry out your role in a way that pleases God and blesses …

Women Become Dependent on Porn for Different Reasons Than Men Do

“I would skip breakfast and dinner and stay up all hours of the night watching porn, just to watch it."<p>Rebecca was 13 when she got her first computer. Her dad had recently died and her mom was recovering from gastric bypass surgery. It was during that time that Rebecca first came across online …

Time I

How Your Browsing Behavior Affects What You Pay Online

'Personalized dynamic pricing' is a fancy way of saying that companies charge more to people who they think will pay more for the same product. Do …

How Baby Boomers Broke America

<b>ONE</b><p>Lately, most Americans, regardless of their political leanings, have been asking themselves some version of the same question: How did we get …

19 Books Successful People Read

Here's a pile of books recommended by high achievers.<p>It's all about efficiency: The most successful people are students who watch and learn from others who have already carved a path to the top. Here's a pile of books recommended by high achievers.<p>1. <i>The Power of One</i> by Bryce Courtenay<p>"[It's] a …

List-Worthy

If (And When) Your Career Stalls, Reinvent Yourself

Has your career stalled? If it hasn’t yet, it likely will.<p>Don’t take that personally. Career stalls happen to some of the most capable people in business.<p>Here’s the good news: A career stall doesn’t have to be catastrophic. In fact, a temporary career stall can provide the ideal launch pad to a …

Leadership

As Trump Prepares A Policy Announcement On Drug Pricing, New Book Says Watch Out For China

On ABC’s reboot of the 1990s sitcom <i>Rosanne</i>, husband Dan Conner arrives home with a bagful of medicine bottles. “Funny story,” he says to his wife, the show’s namesake, “Our insurance don’t cover what it used to so I got half the drugs for twice the price.”<p>Drug prices for families like the Conners …

Correction: On The Money-Expired Drugs story

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — In a story May 2 about the use of drugs after their expiration dates, The Associated Press misspelled the last name of a source and omitted a hyphen in his group's name. His name is Michael Ganio of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, not Michael Gaino of the …

FDA takes aim at drug pricing rebates

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said at an industry conference Thursday that the government could re-examine the federal law that says prescription …

Express Scripts, the Good Guy on Drug Prices? Not Exactly

Express Scripts Holding Co. is trying to lay low as regulators scrutinize Cigna Inc.’s plan to purchase the company. After releasing first quarter earnings Wednesday afternoon, it didn’t even host a conference call.<p>That’s not to say it hasn’t been active. The pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) last …

Pharma

Stop Using WhatsApp If You Care About Your Privacy

Privacy has always been a key feature and popular selling point for the messaging app WhatsApp. Company co-founder Jan Koum grew up in the Soviet …

A Neuroscientist Reveals The Most Important Choice You Can Make in Life

Choose wisely.<p>According to Moran Cerf, a neuroscientist at Northwestern University who has been studying decision-making for over a decade, the …

Northwestern University

This is how to sleep better: 5 secrets from neuroscience

I’ll bet you’re not getting enough sleep. Honestly, I’m kind of cheating — it’s a pretty safe bet.<p>Two-thirds of adults throughout all developed …

UC Berkeley

Google employees want to teach you to code for free with their latest app

A bunch of Google employees participating in the company’s Area 120 internal incubator have launched Grasshopper, a free mobile app for Android and iOS that teaches you the basics of programming.<p>It’s beautifully designed and is suitable for just about anyone who can be trusted to use a phone on …

The Top TED Talks of 2018 So Far -- and What You Can Learn From Them

Check out seven compelling speeches that offer key takeaways.<p>9 min read<p>Inspiration can take many forms, but oftentimes, we find it through other people. That spark can be lit by a colleague, a friend, an acquaintance or even a complete stranger, and that last one is what TED -- a nonprofit with a …

Brainwaves

Sleep with the fishes in the world’s first underwater villa

Travelers heading to the Maldives will soon be able to spend their entire vacation under the waves, if they wish.<p>The tiny Indian Ocean country …

How To: 33 Cool Little Android Features You Might Not Know About

One of Android's biggest strengths is its flexibility. There's usually more than one way to perform the same task, which makes it easy to find an …

Apps

How To Purge Everything You Don't Need From Your Home

Out with the old, in with the new — that’s what ringing in the new year is about, right? And, while that is a good motto for many areas of your life, …

Abdominal Muscles Anatomy

It seems everyone who exercises is looking for the best ab exercise routine for developing flat, tight abdominal muscles. Every year there are dozens …

Workouts

What Is the Dunning-Kruger Effect?

The Dunning-Kruger effect is a type of cognitive bias in which people believe that they are smarter and more capable than they really are. …

Psychology

Want to save money on prescriptions? Shop around

Filling prescriptions can be an unavoidable and sometimes expensive process but there is a way to make it easier on your bank account.<p>Part of the …

Why do new medicines cost so much, and what can we do about it?

The cost of new drugs is putting increasing pressure on people in both rich and poor countries. We explain why it’s a burning issue<p><b>Why does it matter what medicines cost?</b><p>If you are lucky enough to live in a country with comprehensive state-funded healthcare, such as the UK, you probably have no …

The 8-hour sleep myth: How I learned that everything I knew about sleep was wrong

I’ve always been at odds with sleep. Starting around adolescence, morning became a special form of hell. Long school commutes meant rising in 6am …