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Will Bikes of the Future be Lighter than a Feather?

Scientists have created a metal that is 100 times lighter than the Styrofoam your current bike gets packed in<p>Think the tricked-out carbon bikes the pros race are light? Just wait till bike manufacturers get their hands on microlattice—a new metal created by Aerospace Boeing, which at 99.99 percent …

Engineering

Mummy Found Hiding Inside Ancient Buddha Statue

<i>Editor's Note: This story was updated on March 3 at 10:10 a.m. E.T.</i><p>A Chinese statue of a sitting Buddha has revealed a hidden surprise: Inside, …

15 disturbing consequences of eating too much sugar

New guidelines announced today by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) say people should cap consumption at 50 grams of sugar a day — about 4 tablespoons or a little more than a can of Coke.<p>The World Health Organization (WHO), meanwhile, suggests no more than half that amount for best results.<p>Yet …

Diabetes

1922: The discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb — in color

The discovery of<br>Tutankhamun, in color<p>Unboxing King Tut, the boy pharoah<p>November 1925<p>Jan. 4, 1924<p>In 1907, Egyptologist and archaeologist Howard Carter …

Archaeology

12 Reasons Why Dehydration Is Bad for Your Body

It doesn’t take much to become dehydrated. Lose just 1.5% of the water in your body (the human body is usually about 60% H2O), and you’ve reached the …

Wellness

4 Ways To Beat Allergies — Naturally

Photo Courtesy Of Bragg.<p>Springtime has arrived, and with it comes warmer weather, beautiful flowers, new fruits and vegetables — and seasonal …

Alternative Medicine

The Unaddressed Business of Filling Our Souls: Mood Science and the Evolutionary Origins of Depression

<i>“Depression is a disorder of the ‘I,’ failing in your own eyes relative to your goals,”</i> legendary psychologist Martin Seligman observed in his essential treatise on learned optimism. But such a definition of depression, while true, appears somehow insufficient, overlooking the multitude of …