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How To Stay Healthy When Money Is Tight

Economic disparities can do more than just empty your pocket. They can inspire skipped doctor’s appointments and the gym, scrimping on drugs, …

A simple mindfulness exercise that rewires your brain to let go of negativity

In this busy world of ours, the mind is constantly pulled from thoughts to sensory data, scattering our thoughts and emotions and leaving us feeling …

This is the No. 1 Thing These CEOs Look For in Job Candidates

We asked the CEOs of the nation’s top employers—every company on Fortune’s 2017 100 Best Companies to Work For list—to name the single most important …

Leadership

You Remember Bad Experiences Out Of Context, Which Could Explain PTSD

If you've ever gone through a traumatic event, chances are very good that you remember it in vivid detail. According to research, however, the …

The Brain

Technology is killing jobs, and only technology can save them

In the recent presidential election, automation and robotics got a slight reprieve from the accusations that it has been the key driver in job losses in the United States. During the campaign, the conversation shifted, thanks largely to then-candidate Trump’s masterful scapegoating of Mexico and …

Manufacturing

I gave my cancer-stricken son weed and it saved his life

The mom of a cancer-stricken teenage boy has revealed she gave her son cannabis “to ease his pain” – and has made a miraculous recovery.<p>Callie …

Why Some Teen Brains May Be Hardwired To Make Risky Choices

Teenagers aren't exactly known for their responsible decision making.<p>But some young people are especially prone to making rash, risky decisions about sex, drugs and alcohol. Individual differences in the brain's working memory — which allows people to draw on and use information to make decisions — …

The Brain

13 Dangerous Household Items You Should Quit Using Immediately

Common items in your home that are putting you at risk.<p>There are many unknown dangers around our home, most of which we have no control over. In a world of "going green" it's hard to tell which products produce a threat to your health and which are simply natural alternatives. Here's a list of …

The Many Causes of America’s Decline in Crime

A new report finds that locking up more offenders isn't making people any safer—and may even be counterproductive.<p>The dramatic rise of incarceration and the precipitous fall in crime have shaped the landscape of American criminal justice over the last two decades. Both have been unprecedented. Many …

Crime

How Marketing Will Change In 2015: The Creative Forecast

Top agency, digital and brand players weigh in on the year to come.<p>It’s a new year and time for prediction and anticipation. How much mobile-first, e-commerce-driving engagement will you be programmatically integrating into your 2015 360 strategy?<p>Marketing has made real, beyond-buzzword shifts over …

What's next in the fight over same-sex marriage?

Never has the Supreme Court said so much when saying so little.<p>When the justices refused to rule on gay marriage cases Monday, it directly cleared the way for the unions to become legal in five states -- Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin.<p>A sixth state, Colorado, began allowing …

17 Make-Ahead Breakfasts for Busy Mornings

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but busy mornings result in us skipping it altogether more often than not. These 17 make-ahead options make starting the day off right with some non-coffee sustenance much much easier. Featuring a wide spectrum of healthy <i>and</i> indulgent eats, you’ll be …

Breakfast

Remember the Ebola epidemic? It's still not over.

Exactly a year ago, health-care officials first confirmed terrifying news: there was an outbreak of Ebola in West Africa. And Franklin Umenze, a doctor living in Nigeria, knew he wanted to help.<p>By July, when a Liberian-American boarded a plane in Liberia bound for Lagos and collapsed on arrival …

Disease

Patient in Manchester tested for Ebola

Public Health England is awaiting results from a sample sent to it for Ebola testing relating to a patient presently at North Manchester General Hospital<p>A patient at North Manchester General Hospital is being tested for Ebola.<p>Public Health England said testing was being done as a precaution.<p>It said …

Disease

James Dean's Manhattan Apartment Is A Far Cry From Today's Celebrity Homes

These days, celebrities tend to find the biggest and best mansions to call home, but James Dean's old apartment proves that wasn't always the case.<p><i>Photos by Dennis Stock for LIFE magazine, via The Selvedge Yard</i><p>Typically, Hollywood's elite put down their roots in mansions and penthouse apartments …

Mike Huckabee Blasts Obamas for Letting Daughters Listen to Beyonce

The former Arkansas governor says some of the singer's "lyrical content and choreography" is unsuitable for teens<p><b>Update:</b> Beyoncé's fellow Destiny's …

New ISIS video appears to show child executioner killing alleged Russian spies

A horrifying new video released online on Tuesday appears to show ISIS using a young boy to execute a pair of captives the terror group claims are Russian spies.<p>The slickly-produced video shows two men being interrogated in Russian about their alleged attempt to infiltrate ISIS. One captive, and …

Sky News - First For Breaking News From The UK And Around The World

Top Stories<p>The Latest News from the UK and Around the World | Sky News<p>In a phone conversation with Iran's President Rouhani, the Russian leader says …

Gold Coast

Life on the frontline of the Ukraine conflict

More than half a million people have been displaced by fighting between government forces and Russia-backed separatists. Residents of Donetsk and Luhansk tell RFE/RL what life is like for those left behind<p>Mykhaylo Vasilyev is retired and lives in Luhansk<p>Luhansk used to be poetically called ‘the …

Russia

Want Your Marriage To Last? Start With A Huge, Cheap Wedding

Before and after, there's the bachelor/bachelorette party, the rehearsal dinner and the day-after brunch. There's the photo booth, which is a definite necessity these days. And what couple doesn't have a website designed to share with the world the first time they laid eyes on each other?<p>"The whole …

Weddings

Thousands attend 8-hour wake for slain NYC officer

NEW YORK (AP) — Thousands of uniformed police officers from New York City and around the country gathered Friday at the solemn, eight-hour wake of a city policeman who was killed along with his partner in a brazen daytime shooting a week ago.<p>Mayor Bill de Blasio, who had been criticized by the …

The 1918 Flu Killed 40 Million People. This Man Is Re-Creating the Virus.

Yoshihiro Kawaoka caused a global uproar by re-creating history's deadliest flu virus. That might sound crazy. But when a real influenza pandemic strikes, you're going to want him on your side.<p><b>BREAKTHROUGH</b><p><b>WHO</b> Yoshihiro Kawaoka University of Wisconsin–Madison<p><b>FIELD</b> Virology<p><b>ACHIEVEMENT</b> Flu pandemic …