If your job, or simply your state of mind, depends on feeling empathy for others, you might want to reconsider reaching for the Tylenol the next time you have a headache. In research published online the
Who better to take book advice from than a librarian? In a recent blog post, the librarians of the New York Public Library revealed the books they're most thankful for. The NYPL team rounded up the 19
But I found cheaper options. I turn 30 this year, which means a few things: I’m going to start making 401K contributions, cut down on exclamation points in emails by 99 percent, and quit hoping my boobs
Scientists have grown a human embryo for two weeks in a petri dish. For the first time, scientists have managed to grow human embryos to at least 14 days old inside a petri dish. Their work has the potential
Admit it. Your number one goal in life is to make your momma think you have it *all* together. The best way to do this on Mother’s Day is to plan an epic brunch (or Mother’s Day tea party), complete with
This article isn’t for dumb baby losers who have only made a surface effort to get into cult documentary film and “liked” Louis Theroux on Facebook. A crash course in cult requires repeat viewings of is
By: Thrillist Entertainment Staff Netflix is the great equalizer. When you're sifting through zillions of movie options, the traditionally niche art of documentary can go toe to toe with Hollywood blockbusters.
Carbon dioxide emissions from industrial society have driven a huge growth in trees and other plants. A new study says that if the extra green leaves prompted by rising CO2 levels were laid in a carpet,
You can learn so much without ever leaving your couch. Binge-watching comic-book shows and savoring prestige dramas are fine pastimes, but sometimes you need to sit back, relax, and look at animals walking
Democrats marched against Democrats in San Francisco and revealed a widening rift between commuting tech workers and their venture capital bosses After working in Silicon Valley for years, Morgan Quirk
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(CNN) — Would you like a bit of pesticide with your produce? While the chemicals farmers use on food keep produce relatively pest-free, the U.S. Department of Agriculture constantly runs tests to avoid
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Employee engagement is running at around 32 percent. Which means that a staggering 68 percent of staff, potentially your staff, are either disengaged or, even worse, actively disengaged. According to this