Kerry Quiterio

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Check out the view from an asteroid 280 million kilometers from earth

A Japanese space exploration mission landed two small rovers on an asteroid on Sept. 21. Now those rovers have sent back their first snapshots.<p>Ryugu is a diamond-shaped rock a little under a kilometer across, zipping through space 280 million kilometers away from earth. In 2014, the Japan Aerospace …

Aerospace

The Most Ingenious (and Easy) Way to Clean a Slow Cooker

I love a slow cooker. I inherited mine from a friend a few years ago (it's an older version of this). It's amazing and probably will be for decades …

Slow Cookers

51 Funny Art History Memes

Art hilariously imitating life.<p>* 44 Medieval Beasts That Cannot Even Handle It Right Now<p>* Art History Snapchats Are The Best Snapchats<p>*23 Ugly Medieval Cat Paintings That Will Speak To Your Soul

Storytelling

Here’s What It Means If Your Knee Just Won’t Stop Popping

Whether your knee, shoulder, or some other body part has been popping since you can remember or the noise is more of a recent development, you’ve …

Mayo Clinic

A Bird’s-Eye View With the World’s Greatest Free Solo Climber

Travel<p>Record-breaking Alex Honnold shares tips on the best Yosemite hikes, his favorite places to travel, and how to deal with fear.<p>Where most people see an insurmountable wall, Alex Honnold sees an ascent.<p>He’s the first and only person to have free-solo climbed El Capitan, ascending the nearly …

National Parks

10 tweaks to your morning routine that will transform your entire day

I don’t know anyone who couldn’t use a little boost in their energy and self-control.<p>Researchers at the University of Nottingham recently published …

Self Control

Chronic procrastination: 5 weird (but effective) ways you can conquer it

How to beat chronic procrastination<p>Here’s a round up of current research on procrastination so we have a useful list to refer to when willpower gets …

Procrastination

Venture to Earth’s Most Extreme Places Through These Maps

Culture & ExplorationAll Over the Map<p>Tallest mountain, deepest crevice, hottest place—determining Earth’s geographic record holders can be tougher than it seems.<p>The incredible variety of landscapes on Earth has kept explorers busy for centuries. Even now that virtually all of the land has been …

Sea Level

Eight great tricks for reading people’s body language

Body language provides an amazing amount of information on what other people are thinking <i>if</i> you know what to look for. And who hasn’t wanted to read …

Body Language

'Cat Grandpa' goes viral for napping with shelter pets

<b>Photographs of a Wisconsin retiree cat-napping with his feline friends have gone viral - melting hearts online and leaving a shelter inundated with well-wishes and $40,000 (£30,000) in donations.</b><p>Terry Laurmen, 75, has become a regular volunteer at the Safe Haven Pet Sanctuary in Green Bay over the …

Pets

Shrimp Fra Diavolo | America's Test Kitchen

If the shrimp you are using have been treated with salt (check the bag’s ingredient list), skip the salting in step 1 and add 1/4 teaspoon of salt to …

Recipes

Discovery Shows Galileo Edited His Ideas to Fool the Inquisition

Galileo Galilei knew that the earth revolved around the sun. But this was Rome at the dawn of 17th century, and the Church didn't see it that way. …

Scientific Research

Rescued or seized? Greece’s long fight with UK over Parthenon Marbles

<b>CHRISTOPHER LIVESAY:</b><p>A highlight of London's British Museum is one of its earliest acquisitions, the Parthenon Marbles. These sculptures once …

British Museum

Curiosity — What If Dark Matter Doesn't Exist and the Law of...

Our understanding of gravity can explain why an apple falls from a tree and how our planet orbits the sun. But when it comes to the most gigantic …

Galaxies

What Is Ginger Beer, Anyway?

For a refreshment so popular, it's interesting to note how many misconceptions exist about ginger beer. The drink, which originated in the mid-1700s in England, was first known as a fermented alcoholic beverage made from sugar, ginger, water, and a starter culture known as ginger beer plant. But …

Ginger

The Foolproof Method That Prevents Potatoes from Going Bad

Potatoes, in all their many colors, shapes, and textures, are one of the most grabbed-for ingredients in our kitchens. From pancakes and casseroles …

Side Dishes

In 1960, about half a million teens took a test. Now it could predict whether they get Alzheimer's.

In 1960, Joan Levin, 15, took a test that turned out to be the largest survey of American teenagers ever conducted. It took two and a half days to administer, and included 440,000 students from 1,353 public, private and parochial high schools around the country - including Parkville Senior High …

Alzheimer's Disease

10 Books That Make You Smarter

If you Google “books that make you smarter,” you’ll come up with over 91.000.000 search results. This isn’t a fluke: reading has always been believed …

Frederick Douglass

9 Passive-Aggressive Things People Say in Emails — and the Best Way to Respond to Each

Here's how to communicate with passive-aggressive coworkers less stressful.<p>If that snippy coworker is being passive-aggressive in an email (again!), …

The Porn Site That’s Changing the Way We See Sex

With her website "Make Love Not Porn," Cindy Gallop flipping the script on adult videos — and what we all take away from them.<p>Sex remains one of the …

Sexual Health

15 Foods That Pack More Protein Than an Egg

Go beyond your typical scramble with these high-protein foods.<p>The incredible edible egg is an extremely popular protein that goes well with virtually any dish—stir fry, salad, casseroles, and toast (of course) to name a few. With 6 grams of protein and 13 essential vitamins and minerals—including …

New York library lends out ties, briefcases and handbags for job interviews

Most libraries around the country provide much more than books — they have computers, printers and some even have telescopes and microscopes for patrons to check out. Several lend American Girl dolls so kids can check out the highly coveted and pricey toys for a few weeks at a time.<p>And starting …

Job Interviews

Hailey Dawson's incredible journey to pitch at every MLB stadium with a 3D-printed hand

Hailey Dawson likes to be photographed with her 3D-printed hand front and center. Sometimes she curls it into a fist and flexes her biceps. Other …

Baltimore Orioles

10 Essential Sauces You'll Want to Double for Meal Prep — Recipes from The Kitchn

When you're meal prepping this weekend, squeeze a little time in between roasting vegetables and shredding chicken to make a sauce. I only recently …

Recipes

They Made It! Japan's Two Hopping Rovers Successfully Land on Asteroid Ryugu

The suspense is over: Two tiny hopping robots have successfully landed on an asteroid called Ryugu — and they've even sent back some wild postcards …

Aerospace

7 Common Bedtime Habits That Can Ruin Your Sex Life

If you want to keep it sexy in the bedroom, marriage therapists say you may need to change your ways.<p>In a perfect world, your bedroom would be a sacred place for you and your partner.<p>We live busy lives, though, not perfect ones. Work emails pile up, and you answer them before falling asleep, or the …

Living Rooms

"Why Don't I Like My Own Child?"

A mom is never, ever supposed to admit this, but here goes: I've never liked my child.<p>Growing up, I had hoped to someday have a daughter, and I had a …

W. Kamau Bell on Anthony Bourdain’s ‘I Pinch Myself’ Moment From First Posthumous Episode

Anthony Bourdain and W. Kamau Bell are sipping gin and tonics on a hillside in Kenya at dusk. They’ve just finished a day-long safari and are taking …

Anthony Bourdain

This Enigmatic Blob Was One of Earth's Earliest Animals

Science & InnovationExplainer<p>The strange life-form has long perplexed scientists. So a team of researchers used modern analyses to take a fresh look at its ancient remains.<p>The Ediacaran critters were an odd bunch—from ringed discs and patterned blobs to lumpy ropes and wavy fronds. Taking to the …

Biomarkers

Everything You Know About Obesity Is Wrong - The Huffington Post

Print this story<p><b>From the 16th century to the 19th,</b> scurvy killed around 2 million sailors, more than warfare, shipwrecks and syphilis combined. It was an ugly, smelly death, too, beginning with rattling teeth and ending with a body so rotted out from the inside that its victims could literally be …

Diets