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The Best Sleep Posture for You

Sleeping well is essential for your health—and the trick is getting into the ideal position<p>Most women have trouble scoring between the sheets—scoring ample shut-eye, that is. Nearly 80 percent have problems sleeping at least a few times a month, and 23 percent have issues almost every night, …

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The 5 Fish That Are Most Contaminated—And 5 You Should Eat Instead

Having sushi tonight? Before you order, read our guide

Week's Best Space Pictures: Saturn's Rings Go Dark, X-Rays Burst, and a Skyline Burns

Cassini views Saturn's rings in a different light, x-rays flare from the sun, and a city's skyline stands out against a fiery sunset.

6 Ways to Be a More Sustainable Traveler

Reduce your impact on the planet, support local economies, and protect wildlife.<p>The United Nations designated 2017 the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development—an opportunity to raise global awareness about how responsible tourism can act as a vehicle for positive change.<p>The three …

What’s Hot in Singapore

<i>National Geographic Traveler</i> editor at large George W. Stone relocated to <b>Singapore</b> from Washington, D.C., two years ago, and has fully embraced the island way of life.<p><b>Here’s his advice on how to make the most of your time in this distinctive Southeast Asian nation:</b><p><b>Island Getaway:</b> Get a sense of …

Fossilized In Brazil: The Impact From Dinosaur Urine On Sand

Ever wondered how dinosaurs peed? So have many paleontologists<p>Last week, researchers from Brazil published an article in the <i>Journal of South American Earth Sciences</i> updating the world on the state of dinosaur trace fossils in Brazil. But they're not just any trace fossils; these are the fossilized …

The year in reviews: a look back at the best gadgets of 2014

It's been quite a year in products here at the Engadget offices. Not only have we looked at the latest flagship phones and hottest laptops, but our reviews have run the gamut from VR headsets to WiFi Crock-Pots. We've worn lots of smartwatches and fitness wristbands on our arms, tried out an …

Mathematician Suggests New Way Get To Mars On A Budget

Sometimes the cheapest distance between two points is not a straight line<p>In 1991, Japan's budding space agency sent its first spacecraft to the moon: Hiten, alongside a smaller orbiter named Hagamoro. Hagamoro was supposed to orbit the moon, but mission control lost contact with it after it …

Transform Your Relationship With Food by Doing This One Simple Thing

There's a package of chocolate chip cookies sitting on the table at work. Six different people have six different thoughts about it.<p>Person A, who is trying to avoid gluten to lose weight, thinks of how every food on earth must have gluten.<p>Person B, who is watching fat, tries to guess how many grams …

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The best careers for travelling the world

Dreaming of a job that pays you to travel? Who doesn't? Competition is stiff and salaries aren't always something to write home about, but here's our pick of the best jobs to turn that daydream into reality.<p>Flight attendant<p>Yes, flight attendants travel the world but short haul staff rarely leave …

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