Kathleen Flow

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High cholesterol in late life may mean better brain health

A study of older people has found that having a total cholesterol level higher than it was in midlife is tied to a lower risk of marked cognitive …

How to Make a Rafanata

If you haven’t heard of rafanata yet, listen up. A kind of omelet-frittata hybrid, this fluffy disk of horseradish, potato, and cheese bound with …

Recipes

The Best Movies On Netflix Right Now, Ranked

<b>Last Updated: August 13th</b><p>The Netflix name has meant many things, including the best shows not on TV. And while there are some glaring omissions in their selection of good movies, there’s still plenty to peruse. Narrowing them down to just 35 of the best Netflix films wasn’t easy. Nonetheless, …

Movies

Australian girl who was face of iconic Akubra hat commits suicide aged 14 after being bullied online

A 14-year-old girl who was once the face of Akubra– Australia’s famous cowboy-style hat – has taken her own life after being harassed online, prompting calls by her family to “stop the bullies”.<p>The parents of Amy "Dolly" Everett, who appeared in a popular advertising campaign for Akubra when she …

Celine Dion's Response to Unruly Fan Rushing the Stage Is a Powerful Lesson in Emotional Intelligence

This situation could have quickly turned ugly, if not for Dion's skillful reaction.<p>How would you react if a drunk stranger suddenly rushed you at work? Would you run? Fight? Freak out?<p>That's the apparent situation famous singer Celine Dion had to deal with during a recent performance at Caesar's …

15 books world-famous CEOs think everyone should read in their lifetime

<i>The</i> <i>Insider Picks</i> <i>team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>There's a reason the most successful people in our society are often the most voracious — or dogged — readers.<p>Think about how many new ideas …

Bill Gates

Piece - One Phone, Two SIMs

Related Articles<p>Android vs Apple is a long drawn battle and for some it’s bigger than the World War. Each camp has valid points that support their …

I Went on the Whole30 Diet and Here’s What I Learned

I’m not totally comfortable with my body. There—I said it. I used to be <i>that</i> girl who’d down a large pizza without gaining a pound. But my habits soon …

A group of high school students has made Martin Shkreli's $750-drug Daraprim for $2

To prove how much of a dick move that was, a group of high school students in Australia has now created 3.7 grams of Daraprim's active ingredient in their chemistry lab for just $20 - an amount that would sell in the US for between $35,000 and $110,000 at the current rate charged by Shkreli's …

High School

A Nobel prize-winning physicist identified three simple steps to mastering any subject

I wasn’t always a good learner. I thought learning was all about the hours you put in. Then I discovered something that changed my life.<p>The famous Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman understood the difference between “knowing something” and “knowing the name of something,” and it’s one of …

Self-improvement

Hannibal Star May Play Villain in Marvel's Dr Strange

He's known for playing one of the most iconic bad guys on TV--Hannibal Lector, in NBC's now sadly cancelled <i>Hannibal</i>. Now Mads Mikkelsen may once again play a villain in Marvel's upcoming fantasy adventure <i>Dr Strange</i>.<p>Variety have reported that the Danish actor is in "early talks" to star alongside …

Comics

Wishpond goes “free forever” to shake up marketing automation

Marketing automation software penetration is still on the wrong side of “woeful.”<p>Even if you reduce the total marketplace to B2B organizations alone — those that are more likely to use a marketing automation platform (MAP) — penetration is still around 10 percent.<p>MAP providers, with a few …

Marketing

New Tesla earns perfect score from Consumer Reports

Tesla's new Model S P85D is so good it broke Consumer Reports' scoring system.<p>Consumer Reports rates vehicles on a zero-to-100 scale, but Tesla's high-performance, all-wheel-drive car scored 103.<p>"Consumer Reports had to make changes to its scoring methodology to account for the car's exceptionally …

Tesla

The Power of Aromatherapy: 5 Essential Oils That You Must Use

Is your medicine cabinet packed with scores of useless capsules, ointments and bizarre medical devices you bought off the internet? You’re not to …

15 Books You Should Read Before Starting Your Business

When my first company failed, a young startup I founded right after college, I wanted to know why. I spent the next year reading and working like an …

PebbleBee crushes crowdfunding goal for new device that controls your smartphone from afar

PebbleBee already helps more 30,000 people locate lost personal items with its Bluetooth-enabled device called Honey. Now the company is developing a …

Doppler Labs just raised $17 million to create earbuds that don't play music but let you customize how the world sounds around you — and we gave them a listen

Doppler Labs isn't interested in blocking out all natural noise and pumping prerecorded sound into your ears. The team wants to <i>change</i> the sounds that are coming in. It wants you to customize your sonic world in exactly the way you want.<p>Imagine being able to turn up the bass at a concert, or reduce …

Music Production

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8 Vegetables You Can Regrow Yourself From Kitchen Scraps

5 Plants You (Almost) Never Have to Water

Every plant needs water. But drought-resistant varieties need only dainty sips once they’re established, making them perfect for low-rainfall areas …

The small and surprisingly dangerous detail the police track about you

A very unsexy-sounding piece of technology could mean that the police know where you go, with whom, and when: the automatic license plate reader. …

13 Painting Secrets the Pros Won't Tell You

Just say "no" to plastic drop cloths.<p>Professional painters are fast, efficient, and have mastered techniques that produce top-notch results while making it all look easy. Each painter has slightly different methods and preferences, but the pros all know the trade secrets, including these 13 tips.<p>1. …

Dr. Robert Kremer: GMOs, Glyphosate and Soil Biology

Dr. Robert Kremer is a Professor of Soil Microbiology at the University of Missouri and is recently retired after a 32-year career as a …

Glyphosate

Lily Isn't a Drone — It's A GoPro That Follows You Around

Meet the friendliest drone on the market.<p>That's because the drone is made to follow around its user completely automatically — no controller necessary — tracking a GPS wristband and following commands issued from a smartphone app.<p>The camera is built right into the drone, and shoots video at up to …

Want an Unstoppable Team? Try Using Manager and Peer Recognition.

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Most employee recognition programs place a lot, if not all, of the responsibility for recognizing good work of their team members squarely on the shoulders of managers or supervisions. This is unfortunate and, actually, creates unwanted …

Employee Engagement

10 Tech Startups Valued Higher Than AOL's $4.4 Billion

By now you’ve heard that Verizon is scooping up AOL for $4.4 billion in a bid to beef up its content smorgasbord and its mobile and video advertising reach.<p>Yes, you read the purchase price right. And, no, it’s <i>not</i> an <i>Antiques Roadshow</i> record.<p>Today’s top telecom giant is indeed buying the dial-up …

Startups

The Man Who Sold His Startup For $4.3 Billion Just Raised $233 Million For His New Venture

On the heels of its latest funding round, Keith Krach's startup DocuSign could be worth $3 billion.<p>Keith Krach, the 57-year old CEO of DocuSign, technically doesn't have to work anymore.<p>At age 26, he was General Motors' youngest-ever vice president. In 1995, he sold his first startup, Rasna …

This Myers-Briggs Personality Type Earns a Higher Income

It’s been suggested that in order for people to succeed at certain jobs, they need to have the right kind of personality type for whatever career …