The greenest home is the one you already have. An energy-efficient, rural retreat designed by owner/architect Lynn Gaffney hits the market. With careful planning and wise material choices, you can design
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. It’s a message I sometimes dread. Hi, I’d like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.
What you should know before you swear off dairy and beef. This article was written by Amber Brenza and provided by our partners at Prevention. If the preliminary findings of a new study pan out, scientists
Now Dutch neurologists say the input from Van den Broek, who died late last month aged 41, has been invaluable in creating what is believed will be the world's most advanced mobile-based app for cancer
A contemplative picture of a shaggy-haired grizzly bear, silhouetted against a mountain-lined horizon has been chosen as the Adult Judges’ Choice in the ZSL animal photography prize 2015. Attracting more
A surprising new discovery shows that some brain cells are far more malleable than previously thought The human brain is often said to be the most complex object in the known universe, and there’s good
Without it you couldn’t keep breathing, let alone reading this column. Yet how often do you think about your own brain–how it works, what it needs, and how it could work better? Your brain is both the
About 200 years ago, a French physician rolled a sheet of paper into a cylinder and held it up to the chest of a patient. The creation was crude and simple, but it worked. Rene Laenneac could better hear
Some entrepreneurs are fortunate enough to have connected with a valuable mentor to guide them as they jumpstart a new business idea or venture. The wise words of a person who has walked the path before
The diminishing effectiveness of conventional advertising and the rise of social media have led more and more brands to embrace content marketing. More and more companies are seeing themselves not just
HBR STAFF Over the past decade, we have learned how our brains are hardwired for emotional contagion. Emotions spread via a wireless network of mirror neurons, which are tiny parts of the brain that allow
Hush, a new tool invented by researchers, can save Android phone battery by killing unpopular apps that wake your phone up No matter how many times a day you kill tasks to save your smartphone battery,
The problem with fat (subcutaneous not dietary) is that it encourages binary thinking. If you can fit into an aeroplane seat or those jeans you've had for a decade, it's easy to assume you're winning:
By Paige Greenfield, Prevention.com (Photo by: Getty Images) James O'Keefe, 58, is a cardiologist at Saint Luke's Mid America Heart Institute in Kansas City, MO. A self-proclaimed "exercise enthusiast,"