Want to live to be 90? Here's your blueprint. With all the advances in medicine, nutrition, and science, in terms of life expectancy, where do you think the U.S. ranks compared to the rest of the world?
William and Harry opening up about their mother’s death is something the Queen’s generation would never have done Life is certainly a lot more work than I anticipated It takes a lot of work to wake up
Ian Rankin set himself a challenge when he let his signature detective John Rebus age in real time over a 30-year series. Rebus is in his 60s in In a House of Lies (Orion, £20) and has emphysema, but deductive
Accountability is for the little people, immunity is for the ruling class. If this ethos seems familiar, that is because it has preceded some of the darkest moments in human history When the former Enron
A couple years ago, Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) gave a powerful speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Scott talked about how he had been repeatedly pulled over by police officers who seemed to be suspicious
This week, The New Yorker is announcing the longlists for the 2018 National Book Awards. Earlier this week, we shared the lists in the categories of Young People’s Literature, Translated Literature, Poetry,
In a very close public vote, five novels have emerged as contenders, with one final choice still to come from the judges The votes have been cast and counted and we have an almost complete Not the Booker
Nutrition scientists have long debated the best diet for optimal health. But now some experts believe that it’s not just what we eat that’s critical for good health, but when we eat it. A growing body
Health often seems like a numbers game. What's your blood-sugar level? How many calories are you eating? And are you getting the right percentage of macros (or macronutrients)? The problem is that sometimes
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Odds of survival can greatly improve for people with the most common type of lung cancer if they are given a new drug that activates the immune system along with chemotherapy, a major new study has shown.
How to watch the greatest movies of the year, from Lady Bird and Dunkirk to Get Out and The Big Sick. In the introduction to her review anthology For Keeps: 30 Years at the Movies, the legendary film Pauline
This was a year when books — like the rest of us — tried to keep up with the news, and did a pretty good job of it. Novels about global interconnectedness, political violence and migration; deeply reported
These classic books are worth reading at any age, but the more life experience you have, the more fulfilling you'll find them. From New York Times bestsellers to cult classics, to stories with motivating
Diet & Fitness / Source: TODAY In January 2016, Kari Hammond stumbled upon her 15-year-old daughter, Alexa, crying. When Hammond asked Alexa what was wrong, she said she was worried about her mom because
Know how to improvise, but try to be prepared. So you’re out in the wilderness, enjoying the fresh air and leaving civilization far behind, when suddenly your friend slips and—crack! Maybe he falls onto
The question isn’t if, it’s how much. Coffee seems like one of those things that scientists can’t make up their minds about. Like chocolate, or whether koalas are cute or terrifying. To be fair, the way
“We always may be what we might have been.” ~ Adelaide Anne Procter “I spend so much time and energy complaining and blaming – I mean, a lot of time and energy. It’s hard for me to imagine that it’s much