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31 Signs You're Not Getting Enough Vitamins

Dietitians Emily Haller and Keri Gans on the dead giveaways that you need to step up your nutrient intake.<p>Back in 2004, nutritionists everywhere were screaming at movie theater screens, threatening to boycott <i>Mean Girls</i> when Regina George "innocently" (you never know with Queen Plastic) asked how …

5 Parenting Lessons That Will Make You a Better Leader

Being a great leader is a lot like being a parent to smart, capable adults.<p>I have been a parent for approximately 11 days, so I am clearly not an expert in this field. This is the ultimate learn-as-you-go job, where something that worked one day may or may not work the next. What seems logical and …

Leadership

This cutting-edge research is a huge step in the war against the dangerous mysteries of the brain

That's a major stumbling block for scientists attempting to develop treatments for brain disorders such as autism, depression, dementia, and more that will affect an estimated 100 million Americans at some point in their lives.<p>But cutting-edge scientific research is <b>"providing a new view of brain</b> …

Neuroscience

Want your Gmail messages to self-destruct? There’s a Chrome extension for that…

Dmail is a Chrome extension which allows you to un-send, or revoke any emails you send through your Gmail account. The service was launched by the same brainiacs that brought us the Delicious social bookmarking tool.<p>Self-destructing email isn’t exactly a new thing. Google itself rolled out a …

Google

Everything Science Knows About Reading On Screens

We’ve adapted our reading habits to fit our screens, but at a cost.<p>Thanks to technology, we’re reading more than ever—our brains process thousands of words via text messages, email, games, social media, and web stories. According to one report, the amount people that read tripled from 1980 to the …