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Prehistoric Aurochs Image Opens Up A New View Of Human Evolution

We <i>Homo sapiens</i> have been artists throughout much of our prehistory, creating paintings, engravings and statues, often representing animals.<p>Now, a team of researchers has described a new discovery from the rock shelter Abri Blanchard in the Dordogne region of France that features a striking image of …

This app lets you donate to charity whenever someone on Twitter pisses you off

A new donation platform helps people turn a moment of rage into charitable giving, simply by replying to an infuriating tweet.<p>Trigger, an amazingly …

Social Media

International Polar Bear Day: Here are 10 facts you may not know about polar bears

On the occasion of International Polar Bear Day, which is celebrated every year on February 27, let's take a look at the top 10 facts about polar …

Yes, There Is A Type Of Pot That Helps You Lose Weight

One of the key characteristics of consuming marijuana is the increased desire to eat, commonly referred to as the munchies. But what if there was a marijuana that could help you lose weight?<p>The increased appetite symptom of cannabis consumption is what make the product great for people suffering …

Cannabis

Scientists have discovered how to find your bad memories and DELETE them from your mind for good

It is the medical breakthrough which could cheer us up - boffins have found a way to banish bad memories for our brains forever.<p>In news that will be …

University of Toronto

The best abdominal exercises to do at home

Our new Home Workouts series focuses on quick, fuss-free, targeted routines that you can complete at home.<p>Led by personal trainer and founder of That Girl London Christina Howells, each episode demonstrates moves to target different areas of the body; including exercises for your legs, back and …

Evidence shows that marijuana works for pain, the medical reason most people want it — but doctors still have questions

The most common reason that people seek out medical marijuana is for chronic pain.<p>According to a report released earlier in January by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), that makes a lot of sense.<p>One of the strongest conclusions of the report, which provides …

Forget Fad Workouts—Science Says This Fitness Routine Actually Works

Nothing is more frustrating than formulating a multifaceted approach to your 2017 health and wellness goals, only to see little to no physical …

Exercise

Science: Cats Aren’t Dumb, They’re Just Huge Jerks

Man’s best friend is no longer the smartest pet sleeping on your living room floor. In the category of “news everyone already suspected” it turns out cats aren’t as dumb as they’re pretending to be. Who knew, right?<p>According to a study from Kyoto University, not only are cats not just mushy lumps …

Living Rooms

Study Finds No Proof Marijuana Increases Anxiety

But there still is a link.<p>There are a lot of myths out there about how marijuana really affects us, and those myths seem more present than ever now that cannabis is becoming legal in more and more states. Now, one of those myths has been debunked and it's pretty good news: there doesn't seem to be …

Good News: There's No Definitive Link Between Marijuana Use and Lung Cancer

And over 100 other observations from a massive new weed report.<p>Marijuana, being the illegal, Schedule 1, oft-demonized substance that it is, is hard for researchers to study. That's unfortunate, because there are many promising health benefits, and medical marijuana is legal in 28 states. Still, …

The Expansion of the Universe Appears Faster Than We Thought

The results of a new study are close, but slightly faster than, the generally accepted rate.<p>An international astronomy collaboration, aptly named H0LiCOW, has revealed that the universe might be expanding faster than we thought.<p>The research was conducted by cosmologists from nine countries …

A Guided Meditation to Heal Depression

When depression takes a hold of you, life seems to have no meaning. There seems to be nothing to feel joyful and excited about. And no matter how …

Trump signals changes to US interrogation, detention policy

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's renewed embrace of torture in the fight against Islamic extremism sets up a heated dispute with a long …

A New Study Explains How to Raise an Honest Kid

When it comes to morality, as research has shown, little kids don’t really do nuance — there’s right, and there’s wrong, and there’s not really space …

This DEA tweet accidentally reveals one of the big arguments for legalizing marijuana

The DEA pointed to the tobacco model as a success. But tobacco is legal.<p>The Drug Enforcement Administration heads the nation’s drug war. As part of that, it’s done a lot to push messaging that marijuana is dangerous — at times struggling to admit that pot isn’t as dangerous as heroin.<p>On Tuesday, …

A new study linking profanity to honesty shows people who curse are more authentic

The next time someone tells you to watch your language, feel free to tell them to fuck off.<p>Sure, swearing is considered poor form in certain settings—like courts, classrooms, and most offices. But people who do it may be more trustworthy, according to a new three-part study analyzing swearing and …

Psychology

First Bumblebee Declared Endangered in U.S.

The rusty patched bumblebee population has declined 87 percent over the past two decades.<p>For the first time in the United States, a species of bumblebee is endangered.<p>The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Tuesday on its website that the rusty patched bumblebee (<i>Bombus affinis</i>), once a common …

Endangered Species

Is the Sleep Aid Melatonin Safe for Children and Adults?

<b>Question:</b><p>How safe is melatonin to take regularly for sleep problems? Are there more risks for children versus adults?<p><b>Answer:</b><p>There’s a dearth of safety data for melatonin, but there are a number of potential concerns, especially for children.<p>“I think we just don’t know what the potential long-term …

A NASA photo shot straight into the sun reveals how tiny we really are

Astronomy photography offers a glimpse of the wonderful universe beyond. It also reminds us how small we are in our own little world. The photo department at NASA recently selected its 66 favorite photos of 2016, including a stunning 10-frame composite showing the tiny International Space Station …

This is the single best diet for your overall health, according to nutrition experts

We thinking less about diets as being for rapid weight loss and more about for creating lifestyle changes that stick.<p>To help people sift through the noise and find science-backed plans that work for years rather than weeks, US News & World Report ranked 38 eating plans.<p>The rankings considered …

What happens when narcissists become parents

Narcissistic personality traits seem to have risen as quickly as obesity in recent years. Entitlement has become a defining characteristic of millennials, and everything from selfies to the everyone-gets-a-trophy mentality has been implicated in increased narcissism. Yet in and among all of the …

Parenting

You Can Improve Your Default Response to Stress

One morning while anchoring <i>The Early Show</i> in New York, one of my coanchors got mixed up and tossed the show to me five minutes before I was slated to appear for my next segment, which was covering breaking news on political corruption in Washington. The teleprompter was cued to a different story, …

Earth - It is almost impossible to herd cats, thanks to evolution

How hard can it really be to herd cats?<p>Ask Daniel Mills, professor of veterinary behavioural medicine at the University of Lincoln, UK. In a recent study, Mills and his colleague Alice Potter demonstrated that cats are more autonomous and solitary than dogs. Carrying out the research for the …

Dirty kids are healthy kids

<b>Science is telling parents that keeping kids clean is not the best thing for them.</b><p>Kids are fabulous, but they can be pretty gross, too. Not only does …

Comic Series Takes A Candid Look Inside The Mind Of Someone With Anxiety And Depression

When Holly Hindle draws herself, she draws herself as a bear. For Hindle, 27, bears make her comics more relatable and provide an escape from body …

The mystery behind the extinction of dinosaurs is finally solved!

The cretaceous meteor strike caused the mass extinction of dinosaurs, but other species of birds and mammals were booming up.<p>It is believed that the …

Craving Chocolate or Coffee? This Is What Your Body Is Trying to Tell You

You’re sitting on the sofa, binge-watching your favorite show, when a sweet craving hits. You try and push it out of your mind (you’re not even …

Wellness

12 Actual Scandals of the 'Scandal-Free' Obama Administration

During an interview with CNN which aired on Sunday, President Obama's top aide and close confidante, Valerie Jarrett, claimed that as Obama leaves …

Obama Administration

The definitive, scientific answers to 20 health questions everyone has

In the past few years alone, we got more evidence that coffee isn't a cause of cancer and the debate over the health effects of sugar became even more heated.<p>To help you parse out what works from what's merely myth, we compiled the definitive (at least for now) answers to some of the most pressing …