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Everything you need to know about Body Clock, the new way to get a good night’s sleep

BEAUTY WORLDWIDE BEAUTY<p>Recently, Americans have been turning towards technology in the quest for a good night’s sleep. The aim of these …


The One-Pot Chicken I’ve Been Making on Repeat for a Decade

<i>We've partnered with Bosch, makers of high quality home appliances like the induction slide-in range, to share recipes, tips, and videos that highlight the little details that make a dish truly delicious.</i><p>There was a stretch of years in the early 2000s, during which I cooked exclusively from Sally …


The Great God of Depression

Nearly 30 years ago, the author William Styron outed himself in these pages as mentally ill. “My days were pervaded by a gray drizzle of unrelenting horror,” he wrote in a New York Times Op-Ed article, describing the deep depression that had landed him in the psych ward. He compared the agony of …


People Over 40 Shouldn't Work More Than 3 Days a Week, Study Says (Video)

Let’s be honest: nobody is really a fan of the five-day work week. But if you want a reason to work less, science has your back. If you’re over the …

The Brain

5 Whiskey Cocktails That Will Never Let You Down

Much like with fashion, or tech, trends in cocktail culture come and go. But some drinks never change. From the Old Fashioned to the mint julep, here …

Made in America

The Way We Read Now

When the novelist Philip Roth died in May, the obituaries and tributes agreed that he was (to quote a few choice descriptions) “towering,” “pre-eminent” and a “giant of the American novel.” In the opinion of those who create the official narrative of American literature—the critics who write about …


Ernest Hemingway story from 1956 to be published for the first time

It may sound like many other Ernest Hemingway stories – with themes of Paris, wartime, battle talk over a bottle of wine – but A Room on the Garden Side, a story written by the American novelist in 1956, is set to be published for the first time.<p>Not seen by many beyond scholars and academics over …


The five rules of good midlife sex

It’s been said that sex in midlife is like going to the gym: you know you should probably do it a couple of times a week, but work, children and a mountain of life admin always seem to get in the way, leaving you too tired to bother (and vowing to do it next week instead).<p>But, just like regular …

Middle Age

The Book Everyone in the Netherlands Is Talking About Is Finally Coming to the U.S.

AMSTERDAM — Astrid Holleeder is a household name here in the Netherlands. If you’ve never heard of her, that’s about to change.<p>Ms. Holleeder’s memoir, “Judas: How a Sister’s Testimony Brought Down a Criminal Mastermind,” will be released in the United States and Britain this month. It tells the …


The 15 Most Popular Re-Read Books, According To Goodreads

Re-reading can be a bit of a controversial topic among book-lovers. Some people seem to think that you haven't <i>really</i> read a book at all until you've …


Sleep Deprivation & Depression Have Been Connected By Science & This Could Mean Better Sleep For Sufferers

Remember the last time you had a rotten night's sleep, and it made you feel tetchy, irritable, and down? The link between sleep deprivation and …

Mental Health

26 Books That Make You Want To Book A Trip ASAP

Bon voyage!!<p><i>Responses have been edited for clarity and length, and not all books on this list were suggested by the community.</i>


9 Surprising Facts About Anxiety Triggers That Psychiatrists Want You To Know

Although some may not understand what constitutes a "trigger," it's a thing more people experience than you might expect. And while common anxiety …


Our Most Insanely Delicious Recipes, EVER!

Hungry for a to-die-for dish? Look no further than these delicious recipes. In this collection, you’ll find foods that are sweet, comforting and …


Crying 'Pedophile' Is the Oldest Propaganda Trick in the Book

Almost a year ago, a woman accused Tom Hanks of sexually abusing her as a child and began posting reconstructed memories on Twitter. The accounts are …

Tom Hanks

A Slow Cooker Is Your Secret Weapon at Breakfast

You really should use your slow cooker more often, especially for making breakfast. I’m not talking to the slow cooker addicts out there, the ones …

Slow Cookers

This Is What Happens When You Hold In Your Poop

Most people don't realize the importance of the urge to go...until it's gone.<p>What happens when you hold in your poop? It’s quite simple, really. …

Women's Health

This is how long you need to go on holiday for to feel completely relaxed

When you’re planning a holiday, one of the main points to consider is how long you’ll be going away for. Do you go for a long weekend, a whole week, or perhaps even longer?<p>According to scientific research, published in the <i>Journal of Happiness Studies</i>, there is a perfect length of holiday time which …


6 Fascinating Things That Happen To Your Body When You Sleep Naked

Some people love sleeping in the nude, but others can't stand the idea of nixing their cozy pajamas. If you're someone who lives for sleeping in your …


20 new books to read in August

August's Hottest Reads


'The Third Hotel' Will Get Under Your Skin

Most novels begin with mystery. A problem, or a warning. Foreboding, or such happiness that we know there's sadness coming. This is how Laura Van Den Berg started her acclaimed debut novel, <i>Find Me</i>. There was a strange disease, a search for the cure. In her follow-up, <i>The Third Hotel</i>, Van Den Berg …


Tsundoku: The art of buying books and never reading them

<b>Do you have a habit of picking up books that you never quite get around to reading?</b><p>If this sounds like you, you might be unwittingly engaging in tsundoku - a Japanese term used to describe a person who owns a lot of unread literature.<p>How many books is too many books for a tsundoku-like pile? …


7 principles to develop toughness and build the life you want to live

“Don’t wait until everything is just right. It will never be perfect. There will always be challenges, obstacles, and less than perfect conditions. …


30 Egg Breakfasts That May Turn You Instantly Into a Morning Person

Maybe you know how to scramble eggs, but if you're looking to freshen up your breakfast routine, allow these 30 takes to do the trick. Most of these recipes can be prepared for one and at the snap of a finger, so you <i>actually</i> have time to savor the most important meal of the day.


The 25 best thriller books of the summer

This summer’s packed with suspense. Buckle up and enjoy a sensational ride.<p><b>“The Speed of Sound (Speed of Sound Thrillers)” (Thomas & Mercer)</b> <i><br>by Eric</i> …


A Stanford neurologist’s nine simple tips for quality sleep

The serious consequences of sleep deprivation perennially capture society’s attention. And, as kids head back to school, sleep and a lack of it are of particular concern.<p>Compared to historical norms, how have our contemporary expectations of sleep changed? What are the effects of inadequate sleep? …


I Tried 10 Jars of Marinara Sauce and Now This Is the Only One I'll Buy — Shopping

Several years ago, I decided that I'd start the lengthy process of becoming an Italian citizen. Several years later, I sat in an aggressively hard …

Italian Food

Best ‘brainy’ books of this decade

1. Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race<br>Reni Eddo-Lodge<p>In recent years, we’ve read excellent nonfiction on race in the US, courtesy of writers such as Ta-Nehisi Coates, Claudia Rankine and Jesmyn Ward. Reni Eddo-Lodge’s superbly accessible book was a great addition to the British …


The Man Who Captures Criminals for the D.E.A. by Playing Them

Spyros Enotiades is an actor for hire who specializes in the role of cartel boss, middleman, or money manager in sting operations.<p>On the afternoon of February 9, 2011, in a suite at the City Hotel in Bucharest, two men, hoping to sell a stash of Russian military-grade weapons on the black market, …