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Here's Why Our Most Irrational Decisions Could Be a Result of Quantum Theory

This could explain all of your poor life choices.<p>New research looking at the relationship between human decision-making and mathematics has turned up …

Quantum Mechanics

quantum mechanics

The story of Schrodinger’s cat is well known, and one of quantum theory’s most popular phrases on the world stage. You can find his cat on t-shirts, …

Coffee has secret trick to stop sleep

<b>A cup of coffee in the evening may be keeping you awake for more reasons than you realise, scientists say.</b><p>Their study, in Science Translation Medicine, showed caffeine was more than just a stimulant and actually slowed down the body's internal clock.<p>A double espresso three hours before bedtime …

Sleep

What Your DNA Says About Medieval History

A new study uses genetic data from living people to trace millennia-old migration patterns.<p>Earlier this year, researchers from Oxford University published a study showing how the slave trade and colonization shaped the genetics of North and South America.<p>Analyzing more than 4,000 DNA samples from …

Anthropology

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Cocktail Party Etiquette: 11 Things You Should Never Talk About Over Drinks

<b>You've got your case of business cards, a drink name you can order with confidence at the bar (even if you're not entirely sure what it is), a stain-remover pen (just in case), and all the mints your clutch can carry. You're ready for this cocktail party. Before you try out one of your amazing</b> …

Scientists discovered a bunch of incredible creatures in the deep ocean

These areas are protected waters, part of national marine sanctuaries and monuments.<p>The team of scientists is sending rovers up to 3 miles under the sea to explore sea life, some of which has never seen before.<p>There's still a lot we don't know about the deep oceans, but hopefully the Okeanos …

Zoology

Kickstarting Your Longevity Genes -- The Epigenetic Benefits of Intermittent Fasting

It's been 20 years since scientists discovered that putting mice on a super-low-calorie diet extends their lifespans dramatically and combats age-related diseases. But applying that knowledge to humans, who like you and me are reluctant to endure famine, has proven notoriously difficult.<p>Now, …

Holistic Medicine

The Vulgar Tongue: A dictionary of filthy words

During midnight walks, Francis Grose collected phrases in London’s slums and dockyards. BBC Culture celebrates the man who revelled in the vulgar tongue.<p>He was a muse to Robert Burns; a soldier with a penchant for port; and an ‘antiquarian Falstaff’ who took midnight walks through London, …

Language

Frozen giant virus still infectious after 30,000 years

It's 30,000 years old and still ticking: A giant virus recently discovered deep in the Siberian permafrost reveals that huge ancient viruses are much more diverse than scientists had ever known.<p>They're also potentially infectious if thawed from their Siberian deep freeze, though they pose no danger …

Biology

7 Ways Your Emotions Can Get the Best of You | Inc.com

Emotions aren't good or bad. It's how you choose to deal with those emotions that makes all the difference. Being aware of your emotions, and understanding how to control those emotions so your emotions don't control you, is key to success.<p>Your emotions influence the way you think and behave. So …

Self-help

17 Reasons People Who Exercise At Night Are Doing It Right

Your bed = the ultimate post-workout treat.

4 Ways Sci-Fi Tech Is Already Revolutionizing Medicine

The next time you have surgery, your doctor might have practiced on you in virtual reality first.<p>You might not get a robot best friend, or a trip around the world in virtual reality any time soon. But in one field, some of these ultra-hyped trends are actually looking like the technologies of today.<p>…

What Your Genetic Blueprint Says About You: The Rise of Epigenetics

Health care and medicine is living through a major transformation. We're entering into a new era of medicine where prevention precedes treatment. Now this idea, believe it or not, is quite new. Of course, prevention is always the ideal, but sadly the health care sector has been programmed to curing …

Genetics

Get More Done Every Day With the Superfood Productivity Diet [Infographic] | Inc.com

Imagine how it would feel to get more done every single day, consistently taking your productivity to the next level. Could this help you you get your business up and running, earn that promotion at work, or better balance your work and personal lives?<p>From being more productive while commuting to …

Nutrition

HIV flushed out by cancer drug

<b>HIV can be flushed out of its hiding places in the body using a cancer drug, researchers show.</b><p>The cornerstone of treatment, anti-retroviral therapy, kills the virus in the bloodstream but leaves "HIV reservoirs" untouched.<p>The study, published in PLoS Pathogens, showed the drug was "highly potent" …

Public Health

What the $18.5 Million Dollar Discover Student Loan Fiasco Means for Your Student Loans

Earlier this month, Discover Bank and affiliates was ordered to refund $16 million dollars to customers and fined $2.5 million dollars by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a federal agency dedicated to protecting consumers. The reasons for the ruling was illegal private student loan …

Saving for college? Do homework on 529 plans

Young parents can hear shocking statistics — such as some private schools could cost about $450,000 for four years by the time today's newborn heads to college — and give up on saving any money.<p>It's overwhelming to consider that cost of college has tripled in roughly 18 years.<p>But giving up means …

College & University

Stressed Over Student Loans? 3 People Share How They're Paying Off Big Debt On Starter Salaries

<i>This story originally appeared on LearnVest.</i><p>$35,051.<p>That’s how much student-loan debt the average class of 2015 graduate carries, according to college-resource site Edvisors.<p>That’s more than the price of a new car, higher than the average home down payment—and nearly five times what the average …

Personal Finance

Why This Is The Hardest Of Times To Be A Physician In America

<i>Last week, Dr. Pearl kicked off a three-part series on the physician experience. His first installment revealed Why This Is The Best Of Times To Be A Physician In America.</i><p>With apologies to Charles Dickens, just as now is the best of times to practice medicine, it is also the worst of times to do so.<p>…

Health Care

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Shoes<p>Fancy rich-guy designer slippers aren't just for fancy, rich, designer-wearing guys anymore.<p>By Matt Sebra1 day agoView More<p>Gift Ideas<p>All …

Email Marketing Services For Small Businesses: 5 Fantastic Solutions

Contrary to popular belief, email marketing is not dead.<p>Over the years, I’ll admit… that I didn’t fully understand the importance of email marketing. …

Marketing

Anatomy Of Music - Sounds Are Sustenance

Anatomy Of Music by Liam Zed<p>You can have a beat in your heart and a rhythm in your soul, but did you know that good music can also affect your …

Digestion

Anatomy360 Creates Impressive 3D Printed Anatomical Reference Models for Artists

I’m one of those people who simply can not draw. I watch in awe as artists sketch images of people, places and things in a manner which appears to be …

3D Printing