Follow these steps to kick your metabolism into high gear. 1. Broccoli When brainstorming what to have for dinner, think about filling half of your plate with brightly colored vegetables like broccoli.
Transparent wood is now a thing. Researchers at the University of Maryland were able pull away color and chemicals from a block of wood to leave it impressively see-through. The result is a material that
Readers respond to our April 2016 cover story. In April, Jeffrey Goldberg reported on the president’s foreign policy. John Bew called the article “a masterpiece of journalism” in New Statesman, while U.S.
Bringing reminders to Google Calendar was only a natural progression. After all, the Search Giant offers them in Google Keep, Google Now and Inbox. This feature was long overdue and finally introduced
Retirement means more than golf and gardening for an increasing number of Americans looking for fun outdoor activities, international adventures and cutting-edge cuisine later in life. And while there
A new study shows that douchebags who know more profanities tend to have better vocabularies overall. Good news, assholes: All those cockheads who have been telling you for years that curse words are sign
Puppies and carbs are two of life's greatest treasures, so combining the two is, naturally, a one-way ticket to viral fame. A clever Twitter user by the name of @teenybiscuit is currently delighting the
Chronic procrastinators are likely to be more creative, a new book claims Here’s some very good news for all the procrastinators out there. Next time your boss questions why you haven’t yet completed important
Say hello to Brian, full name Dolomedes briangreenei, the most recently discovered spider in Australia. (Although considering it's Australia, it's probably only the 10th most recently discovered spider
Google publishes hundreds of research papers every year covering everything from algorithms to education and an upcoming project set to be presented later this month seeks to be the best AI assistant ever
A new wonder material invented by Harvard University can change shape, be stiff or flexible, and fold away completely It is the ultimate dream for campers. A lightweight, flat-pack home which pops into