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10 Things You Are Doing Wrong When You Blowdry Your Hair

Photo: David Bellemere<p>Nothing beats walking out of the salon with a fresh blowout—it's almost a guarantee for a great day or night ahead. But why is it so hard to create such a look at home? It's not that it is impossible to get a salon-worthy style on your own, you just have to know the right …

Yes-You-Can Yoga Poses

Master intimidating (and awe-inducing) advanced yoga poses with this step-by-step guide<p>Certain fitness feats—like finishing a 10-K in less than an hour or busting out 20 real-deal pushups—earn you instant respect. In yoga, holding a handstand (without the help of a wall) or bending your body in …

Top Ten Ways to Be a "Manly" Man - Movie HD

Trailer for The Wedding Ringer starring Kevin Hart, Josh Gad and Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting

Screen Gems has released the first trailer for their comedy <b>The Wedding Ringer</b>, which you check out below.<p>The film sees businessman Jimmy (Kevin Hart,</b> …

Orange Is the New Black Season 2 - Episode 8 Review

<b>Jackson Ball reviews the eighth episode of Orange Is the New Black Season 2 …</b><p>We are well into the second season now, and things are beginning to move …

36 Blueberry Recipes We’re Completely Obsessed With

From cobbler to pancakes to pies, here are our favorite blueberry recipes.<p><b>We're not saying we have a favorite berry</b> or anything, but we'll gladly admit that blueberries are one of the best. Try out these blueberry recipes now (now!), especially when blueberries are in season.

Cara Delevingne in Timeless: forget the acting and concentrate on the fashion

Cara Delevingne's small-screen debut was on Thursday night – with Timeless, a drama also featuring Sylvia Syms, on Sky Arts. We'll let others decide the quality of the acting but there's also the fashion angle to consider.<p>Delevingne's connection to clothes is clearly acknowledged by the producers …

England's World Cup 2014 Failure Could Hurt The UK Economy

England's World Cup team are not the only ones to feel down after Uruguay stormed to a 2-1 victory on Thursday night, as the markets felt the impact …

Opinion: Was there ever a child who started a war?

I attended the conference to ‘End Sexual Violence in Conflict’ (ESVC) and I was horrified by the true life testimonies of how babies as young as 8 …

Michael Fabricant MP Wants To Punch A Muslim Woman 'In The Throat'

Tory MP Michael Fabricant stunned voters after boasting he'd like to stop a prominent female Muslim from speaking by "punching her in the …

A single broken gene slashes your heart attack risk

Two new studies have identified mutations that could have a big impact on cardiovascular disease<p>When cholesterol accumulates inside blood vessels, they sometimes burst into clots that block the flow of blood to a person's brain. This is what we call a stroke. But even though doctors have understood …

How Do Animals Re-Grow Limbs (And Why Can't We?)

Did 'Game of Thrones' scenario shape evolution of first Europeans?

Europe's most well-known extinct humans, the Neanderthals, probably evolved their distinctive facial features in a chaotic<p>"Game of Thrones"manner, as their ancestors clashed and competed in a harsh Ice Age environment, researchers say.<p>A study of 17 fragmented skulls pulled from an underground karst …

How To Become A Neanderthal: Chew Before Thinking

Scientists have long puzzled over the origin and evolution of our closest relative, the Neanderthal. Now, researchers say Neanderthals seem to have developed their distinctive jaws and other facial features first, before they evolved to have big brains.<p>That's according to an analysis of 17 skulls, …

How eating broccoli could help protect us from air pollution

<b>(al1962/Shutterstock)</b><p>New research suggests a compound in the vegetable might cause us to expel toxic chemicals<p>Lindsay Abrams<p>June 19, 2014 6:40pm (UTC)<p>The average adult inhales over 3,000 gallons of air every day. That's a lot of air, and in these smoggy times, it's a given that it contains toxic …

Scientists Keep A Careful Eye On The World Cup Ball

While many millions are enjoying the drama of the World Cup, a handful of scientists are keeping their eyes very closely on the ball.<p>The World Cup ball, known as Brazuca, has been the subject of intense and careful study, especially following the erratic performance of its predecessor in the 2010 …

Food presented artistically really does taste better

The old adage that we eat with our eyes appears to be correct, according to research that suggests diners rate an artistically arranged meal as more tasty – and are prepared to pay more for it.<p>The team at Oxford University tested the idea by gauging the reactions of diners to food presented in …

Wrong! Deconstructing 5 Famous History Stories

Here are five stories we tell ourselves — five famous history stories that you have heard all your life — that aren't true. Not only are they not true, but historians have known they aren't true, said they aren't true, insisted they aren't true, and the stories don't change. We like them the way …

How To Cure Garlic Breath

Thank you, science.<p>Counter to most vampire lore, there is no magic to the pungent odor of garlic. The stench is the result of four major sulfur-containing compounds, which, when ingested, move into the bloodstream and then out through the lungs and sweat glands. But that doesn’t make it any less …

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Starvation diet puts worm lifespan on ‘pause’

The centuries-long search for the fountain of youth has yielded only a few promising leads, one of which entails an extreme, emaciating diet. A new …

What God does to your brain

The controversial science of neurotheology aims to find the answer to an age-old question: why do we believe?<p>When neuroscientist Andrew Newberg scanned the brain of “Kevin”, a staunch <b>atheist,</b> while he was meditating, he made a fascinating discovery. “Compared with the Buddhist monks and Franciscan …