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Dogs process faces in specialized brain area, study reveals

Dogs have a specialized region in their brains for processing faces, a new study finds. <i>PeerJ</i> is publishing the research, which provides the first …

Love Baking? Don’t Forget To Treat Your Pups When You’re In The Kitchen!

So much thought goes into the foods we eat and the meals we make for our families, so it seems only right to give our furry friends the same …

Quaaludes: From Bill Cosby to the ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

By Michael E. Miller<p>, Reporter<p>By now, everyone knows about the allegations against Bill Cosby. During the past year, dozens of women have come forward accusing the comedian of rape. Dating back decades to Cosby’s time as a television star, the accusations often follow a similar pattern: They begin …

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Just Be Cool: 11 Iced Coffee Recipes to Make All Season Long

When it starts to warm up outside, these iced coffee recipes are all we want to drink.<p><b>It's finally time:</b> Picnics, outdoor movies, and beach trips are all within reach, and so should a tall glass of iced coffee. Hang onto your sunglasses: These recipes (some boozy!) will keep you buzzing straight …

Prince Harry Declares That He Is Anti-Selfie

He thinks they're corrupting our youth.<p>Queen Elizabeth isn't alone in her distaste for a front-facing camera (though, as she has proven time and again, she isn't above an expertly executed photobomb). It turns out even the royal family's notorious bad boy thinks the selfie is corrupting our youth: …

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Sam Harris on the Paradox of Meditation and How to Stretch Our Capacity for Everyday Self-Transcendence

Montaigne believed that meditation is the finest exercise of one’s mind and David Lynch uses it as an anchor of his creative integrity. Over the centuries, the ancient Eastern practice has had a variety of exports and permutations in the West, but at no point has it been more vital to our sanity …

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Articles about look 5 new york apartments on Dwell.com - Dwell

It’s been awhile since we last visited the City of Light, so here’s a jaunt to five modern abodes we adore.<p>"Most architecture in any age is crap, and today’s crap isn’t as bad as yesterday’s." That's a juicy pull-quote from "The Glass...<p>Moooi crosses the ocean and lands in New York to open its …

7 Things You Should Never Store in Your Basement or Attic

Don't make these spaces your catch-all dumping ground. This article originally appeared on GoodHousekeeping.com.<p>During a big move or organizing project, it's tempting to stash boxes in out-of-the-way spots. But if you want your stuff to survive, you need to be careful about what you place in these …

How to Back Up Your iPhone to iTunes on Your Computer

There are two ways to back up your iPhone. You can back up your iPhone to iCloud or back up your iPhone to iTunes. I like to have copies of both. An iCloud backup is kept in the cloud, while an iTunes backup is kept on your computer. You don’t need an internet connection to back up your iPhone to …

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15 Foods You Should Never Eat

The foods to eliminate from your diet now.<p>We know we should stay clear of hard-and-fast food but some foods can seriously mess with your health.<p>"It doesn't mean you'll get sick, get cancer, or die if you eat a dangerous food once," says Nneka Leiba, deputy director of research at the Environmental …

An Illustrated Celebration of the Many Things Home Can Mean

A sweet reminder that despite our different walks of life, we have in common a shared longing to belong.<p><i>“Home,”</i> Maya Angelou wrote in her magnificent meditation on belonging and (not) growing up, <i>“is that youthful region where a child is the only real living inhabitant.”</i> Indeed, it seems that only …

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Dear Data: Two Designers Visualize the Mundane Details of Daily Life in Magical Illustrated Postcards Mailed Across the Atlantic

A celebration of the infinitesimal, incomplete, imperfect, yet exquisitely human details of life.<p>We live, they say, in the age of Big Data — algorithms trawl through vast databases of our digital trails seeking to extract insight on the human experience, from how we fall in love to what we read. …

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If You Want to, You Should Totally Chop Off All Your Hair

Like many, I've got a Pinterest board dedicated to hair and hairstyles. Although I don't personally have enough to braid, I pin braids and updos. I pin textures and colors I'll never have. And I totally get that Pinterest is a place for bookmarking things we actually want to try, and also things …

Why the Gender-Pay Gap Is Largest for the Highest-Paying Jobs

Seeing the male-female earnings gap in all its dimensions<p>"The average full-time working woman earns just 77 cents for every dollar a man earns."<p>That is the one-dimensional theory of the gender-pay gap. Even if it's correct (and it might not be), it captures the complex reality of pay inequality the …

I'm the Jerk Who Was Disappointed by the Final Episode of Colbert

A show about the underdogs became, in its final moments, a celebration of celebrity.<p>Last night's final episode of <i>The Colbert Report</i> concluded with a musical medley that found Colbert—the character and, of course, the guy—accompanied by a staggering collection of celebrities, among them Jon Stewart, …

Six Books We Missed This Year

And the titles their authors say they loved<p>“So many worthy books, so little space.” I type those words so often. I send them to publicists who fill my inbox with plugs for one title after another on publishers’ lists. I send them to reviewers eager to offer their thoughts on this or that author’s …

No Phones in Bed

Or, the health case for books. New research looks into how screens tell our brains to stay unnaturally alert.<p>The bed must be reserved as a place for sleep and sex only. That was the decree of psychologist Richard Bootzin in his influential 1972 proposal for a "stimulus-control" approach to better …

Why Women Find It Harder to Say No to Extra Work

Photo: Stocksy<p>Photo: NAME<p>As eyes-on-the-prize, career-driven women, we're all familiar with taking on extra work at the office—but are we creeping into yes-woman territory? According to new research, it's more difficult for women to turn down extra work than men, meaning that we find it harder to …

BFFs Taylor Swift and Lena Dunham Warm Their Hands, Our Hearts in NYC

Photo: Splash News<p>It's no secret that Taylor Swift has a <i>lot</i> of girlfriends. But as every lady who's survived junior high knows, there's only <i>one</i> friend who gets to sit next to Miss Popular at the lunch table: Her <i>best</i> friend. And after today, we feel <i>pretty</i> confident concluding that, out of <i>all</i> of …

Bake up brunch without breaking a sweat with this easy overnight French toast recipe

Got overnight guests, family or friends who need an extra-special way to start their day? Prep this rich and decadent French toast the night before and you'll have a deluxe breakfast the next morning. With this easy baked method, you won't be stuck flipping toast at the griddle either — giving you …