Justin Bonilla

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The 20 Best Places to Go in 2018

These destinations are spectacular—and affordable.<p><b>The 20 Best Places to Go in 2018</b><p><b>By Megan Leonhardt and Kerri Anne Renzulli</b><p>Whether you dream of …

Travel

How to stop annoying robocalls on your iPhone or Android phone

Fight back against the constant, annoying scam calls<p>Mobile spam calls have been a nuisance for years, but over the last few months, it’s felt to me like there’s been a surge of them. I get between four and six calls daily, and a quick survey of friends shows that I’m not alone. Every waking day …

Identity Theft

The shocking amount of sugar in 9 'healthy' foods

Just because a food is branded as "healthy," doesn't mean it actually is.<p>Many foods that are marketed in this way actually contain a surprising amount of added sugar— a processed form of sugar that provides no nutritional value to your body.<p>According to the American Heart Association, women …

Nutrition

This ring could unlock your car, buy you stuff, and log into your laptop

A company called Token is launching its first product today: the Token Ring. It’s a fingerprint-sensing ring that’s designed to unlock and authenticate everything, including your car, house, and computer. The ring is NFC- and Bluetooth-compatible so it can work as a payment device or as a ticket …

Android Pay
ACLU

The Next Recession: We Are Witnessing The Largest Twin Bubbles In History

In the coming years, we will have to deal with the largest twin bubbles in history. It’s global debt (especially government debt) and the even larger bubble of government promises.<p>Together, these twin bubbles make up what investor John Mauldin calls “The Great Reset.” Nobody can tell how this …

Economics

19 Sugar-Free Lunch Ideas to Bring to Work

You may not think of lunch as being a particularly sugary meal, but between the honey in bread, high-fructose corn syrup in ketchup and salad …

Healthy Eating
New Jersey

What a Cold Hair Rinse Can and Can't Do

Every time I go into a salon I overhear hairstylists giving their clients pep talks. I'm not talking about the "Oh, girl, you're too good for him" …

Hair Care

Giant Waves That Drive Weather on Earth Have Just Been Found Rippling Across Our Sun

Waves the size of a planet.<p>Researchers have found evidence that the same giant, magnetised waves that ripple through Earth's atmosphere might also …

Astronomy

Spiders could theoretically eat every human on Earth in one year — and still be hungry

ANALYSIS<p>Spiders are quite literally all around us. A recent entomological survey of North Carolina homes turned up spiders in 100 percent of them, …

New Theory of Gravity Emerges

If a study carried out by researchers at the University of St. Andrews holds true then we may need to consider rewriting Albert Einstein’s theory of …

Largest Ever Brain Cancer Study Provides Key Insight Into One of Its Deadliest Forms

This could change the way we think about brain tumours.<p>As far as cancers go, one of the worst is a type of brain cancer called glioma - the disease …

Cancer

This Is What a Nutritionist Would Buy at Whole Foods

A sweet, sweet fantasy of mine is winning a Whole Foods shopping spree, renting out the entire place, pumping Queen's "I Want It All" through the …

Investors Are Betting Against U.S. Concrete -- Here's Why They're Wrong

The construction industry is highly cyclical. When the general economy is doing well, or even booming, the industry usually isn't far behind. When growth slows or a recession strikes, the appetite for construction projects takes a big hit. Luckily for investors, we're currently in the midst of a …

Up to half of the Arctic’s melt might be totally natural

But climate change is still responsible for the rest<p>Scientists have known for a while that the Arctic is melting. The signs are everywhere—from the famed Alaskan Iditarod course being moved multiple times due to lack of snow, to the emergence of starving polar bears with nowhere to hunt.<p>But while …

Global Warming
Donald Trump

The Idiot-Proof Guide to Eating Carbs

With all of the diet books, low-carb labels, and celebs talking smack about carbohydrates, you may be left wondering if you should be eating carbs at …

Adidas Iniki Runner

They're not a remake of a classic silhouette. They just look like it. Drawing on '70s running shoe design, the Adidas Iniki Runner offers old-school …

Shoes

Has the Mystery Surrounding Einstein’s Constant Finally Been Solved?

Albert Einstein was a very clever physicist and one that the world of physics owes a lot too. But one of his theories has never really been able to …

Buying a Tesla could soon include lifetime insurance and maintenance

Once price to rule them all. Or, um, something like that.<p>Tesla today detailed a desire to make a car’s purchase price all-inclusive. For buyers, this means bundled insurance and maintenance as long as you own the car. It’s an outside-the-box plan, but one Tesla is already working on with its Asian …

5 Easy Ways to Make the Best Scrambled Eggs of Your Life

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5 Crazy-Easy Healthy Vegan Recipes Even Carnivores Will Devour

Chances are you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to be healthier in some way, shape, or form (props to you). Whether it’s all about eating breakfast …

Healthy Eating