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20 Easy Sweet Potato Salads - Best Recipes for Sweet Potato Salad —Delish.com

1 of 20<p>Courtesy of Cinnamon, Spice, and Everything Nice<p>Russet and Sweet Potato Salad with Bacon<p>If we have to say good-bye to summer, at least do it …

This Is the Best Place to Live in America

See which spots topped this year's list.<p>The basic elements that make somewhere a great place to live rarely change—good schools, a good economy, good …

Real Estate

Best Foods to Stockpile for an Emergency

Fueling your body during an emergency is very different from your everyday diet. Because you’ll probably expend more energy than you normally would, …

Nutrition

9 Inspiring Books That Should Be As Famous As "The Secret"

The power of you.

5 Ways to Say Goodbye to Dark Circles and Puffy Eyes

Celebrities—they’re just like us. Their skin isn’t perfect. They're often just as sleep-deprived (try 4 a.m. call times) and they, too, are faced …

Skin Care

The Best and Worst Foods for Your Thyroid

Is there a thyroid diet?<p>Your thyroid is your body's silent workhorse—most of the time, it functions so smoothly that we forget it's there. But this …

Wellness

'Zombie dogs' roaming near Chicago are infected coyotes, police warn

Police are warning residents of a Chicago suburb to avoid helping "zombie dogs" because they are infected coyotes that could sicken other pets with the disease.<p>Hanover Park Police Department posted the warning on its Facebook page on Wednesday, saying the coyotes, usually nocturnal animals, are …

hair loss

Experiment reveals evidence for a previously unseen behaviour of light

Beams of light do not, generally speaking, bounce off each other like snooker balls. But at the high energies in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN they have just been observed doing exactly that<p>Light is useful, versatile and perplexing. We see with it - that is, we make sense of our surroundings …

Physics

19 Inexpensive Beauty Brands You'll Fall In Love With

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How to lose subcutaneous fat: All you need to know

For people trying to lose weight, it might feel as if all fat is the same. But there are two different types of fat: visceral and subcutaneous. …

60 Books Everyone Should Read Before They Die

Curl up with #12 this weekend.<p>When you've had your fill of beach reads, broaden your horizons with a selection from this list of literary masterpieces that range from moving memoirs to hilarious essays. (And okay, okay — we have some "beach" reads in here too.)

9 high-impact books that will make you smarter every day

Lifelong learning is the "ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated" pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. The pursuit of knowledge is easier than it has ever been before.<p>Cultivating the mind is essential for your personal growth. Digging deeper will separate you from the …

Self-improvement

How getting rid of my smartphone revolutionised my life

How long would you last doing a simple cognitive task without checking your smartphone or social media feed, before you get fidgety and bored? Ten …

Social Media

Tackling an Anxious Mind

We all have to agree that the generation of millennials is the one which is riddled with maximum anxiety. There is so much which is at stake here – …

Here's What Foods Are Dangerous For Dogs—Table Scraps Aren't As Harmless As You Think

The following foods dangerous for dogs can send your four-legged to the vet.<p>Big puppy dog eyes can get just about anything they want when they appear …

Pets

Tantalizing Clues Point to Inflammation's Role in an Array of Diseases

Inflammation has become one of the hottest buzzwords in medical science, pointed to as a culprit in causing or aggravating conditions ranging from …

Medical Research

Light-controlled nanoscale buzz saws kill cancer cells by drilling holes in them

Rice University scientists broke records in 2005 when they constructed the world’s smallest car, a single-molecule “nanocar” boasting a chassis, …

Nanotech

Faced with life-threatening diseases, patients take over

<i>(This story has been corrected to reflect that the One in a Billion Foundation pays for care for those like Nicholas Volker, not Volker …

FDA

Alcohol and Medication: These Are the Medications You Should Never Mix With Alcohol

Recently, <i>Bachelor</i> and <i>Bachelor in Paradise</i> contestant Corinne Olympios spoke to <i>Good Morning America</i> about the dangers associated with mixing alcohol …

Medicine

Ten common foot problems: Causes and treatment

The feet take a lot of daily abuse from walking, running, jumping, and climbing, so naturally, they are subject to many different types of …

This Psychological Study Teaches How To Re-Invent Your Identity, Turn-Back Time, And Hack Your…

In 1981, Langer and a group of graduate students designed the interior of a building to reflect the styles and conditions of the year 1959. Scattered …

Self-improvement

6 Natural Remedies for Your Belly and Below-the-Belt Issues

Apples<p>If you’re prone to constipation, “an apple a day will make you go more easily, thanks to its high water and fiber content,” says Chris Kilham, …

Alternative Medicine

Dr Con Man: the rise and fall of a celebrity scientist who fooled almost everyone

Scientific pioneer, superstar surgeon, miracle worker – that’s how Paolo Macchiarini was known for several years. Dressed in a white lab coat or in surgical scrubs, with his broad, handsome face and easy charm, he certainly looked the part. And fooled almost everyone.<p>Macchiarini shot to prominence …

Medicine

All you need to know about breast reconstruction surgery

A breast cancer diagnosis can be devastating. In addition to dealing with the prospect of battling cancer, a woman may be facing the loss of part or …

"Intelligent" first aid kits can help untrained civilians save lives

The Comprehensive Rescue System<p>Emergency management startup Mobilize Rescue Systems has created what experts are calling the “Cadillac of first aid …

Self Defense

Why can't I take a deep breath? Causes and treatment

The sensation of feeling unable to take a deep breath is also known as dyspnea, or shortness of breath. This feeling can be very frightening and …

4 Reasons Why We Forget People's Names

Source: Dean Drobot/Shutterstock<p>“I never forget a face,” Groucho Marx famously said, leading to the punchline, "But in your case, I’ll make an …

Tom Hanks

This Computer Knows How Much Pain You're Feeling

Seeing Right Through Us<p>A new algorithm can see right through you — and me, too. Researchers have designed a computer system that detects how much …

Artificial Intelligence

New study finds higher education reduces risk of heart disease

An extra 3.6 years in a classroom can reduce your heart disease risk by a third.<p>More years spent in the classroom can lower your risk of coronary …