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Next-Level Banana Bread, Courtesy of One Basic Ingredient

Banana bread plays an important role in most home baking repertoires. It holds sway in our minds as a delicious comfort food. It’s a staple of bakery counters; you can find it everywhere easily. But despite all that, it’s so ordinary. So simple. No one swoons over banana bread they way they do over …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

3 Important Factors Before Considering New Job | Investopedia

Before taking a new job, take some time to run some numbers to see how the offer compares to your current job in terms of total compensation (not …

Healthiest foods to eat according to nutritionists: Aloe vera, eggs and legumes among top picks

There may not be a ‘one size fits all’ solution when it comes to finding a food that will transform your health, but there are a few ingredients that …

We Now Have The Most Precise Timeline Ever of a Cancer Spreading in a Patient's Body

A very special case.<p>For the first time ever, scientists have precisely tracked down the spread of one patient's cancer, learning surprising new …

Cancer

12 Signs You Might Have an Anxiety Disorder

What's normal?<p>Everyone gets nervous or anxious from time to time—when speaking in public, for instance, or when going through financial difficulty. …

EPA Says Goodbye to Half Its Scientific Board

The agency hopes to consider a more diverse group of applicants, including experts from chemical and fossil-fuel companies.<p>Under Administrator Scott Pruitt, the Environment Protection Agency has decided not to renew the contracts of half the scientists on its Board of Scientific Counselors, the …

Scott Pruitt

5 Daily Choices the Smartest People Make | Inc.com

According to multiple sources, the average number of decisions an adult makes each day is about 35,000. Some are smart, others ... well, lets just keep things on a positive note and say it's the smart decisions you make every day that will lead to success.<p>Speaking of, there are countless …

Self-improvement

Key Lime Bars | America's Test Kitchen

We prefer whole milk in this recipe, but 1 or 2 percent low-fat milk may be substituted. Do not substitute frozen cherries for the fresh cherries.<p><b>1.</b> …

SCIENCE: Eating What You Pick Out Of Your Nose Might Actually Be Good For Your Health

Eating boogers (or bogies) is the key to a happier and healthier life. You might be reading that last sentence over for the third time, but that’s exactly what scientists are saying they’ve recently found. According to scientists, new research shows eating snot could help people’s immune systems …

Holistic Medicine

Banana Pancakes

• Put all ingredients together in a bowl and beat together until combined.<br>• Preheat a frying pan over a medium to low heat and brush with a small amount …

Here’s what I’ve learnt after 17 years of making school packed lunches

There are few things in life I hate more than making a school packed lunch.<p>Okay, so war and hate and prejudice and all that, but honestly, packed …

The Red Spider Planetary Nebula

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Cosmology

Everything You Need to Know About Dark Matter in 1 Minute

Dark matter has been making more headlines than an A-list celebrity in Hollywood over the course these past few months. This might be because the …

Dark Matter

Big Chocolate Birthday Cake

For the cake: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Heavily grease and dust with cocoa four 9-inch round cake pans.<p>In a mixing bowl, combine the flour, …

Keep the Whole Solar System to Yourself in This Tiny Bottle

Ever dream of carrying the entire solar system around in your pocket? Now you can with a little help from the 3D printing company Little Planet …

Living and Loving Through Loss: Beautiful Letters of Consolation from Great Artists, Writers, and Scientists

Words of comfort and compassion from Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Rachel Carson, Charles Darwin, Alan Turing, Johannes Brahms, and Charles Dickens.<p><i>“Grief, when it comes, is nothing like we expect it to be,”</i> Joan Didion wrote in her classic memoir of loss. But however uncertain its guise may …

Literature

Timelapse Tips From The Ace | Sony

Drew Geraci is a master of timelapse. He's taken the time-bending genre beyond something that’s simply eye-catching to create visual stories that …

Time-lapse Photography

9 Common Photography Mistakes — And How to Fix Them

If you're an amateur photographer, you've probably wondered how to get your pictures to look as good as the ones pros take. But there are a number of …

12 Healthy Salad Recipes That Are 100% Better With Chicken

Grilled, shredded, cubed — any way you make it, your salad's bound to benefit from this versatile (and delicious) protein. We've rounded up the best kale-, quinoa-, cabbage-, and romaine-based recipes so you can get your greens on every day of the week without ever getting bored. Enjoy!

Healthy Eating

31 Lettuce Wraps That Aren't Just Skimpy Appetizers

Move over, sandwiches.<p>Don’t get us wrong, we love chowing down on a hearty sub as much as the next person. But when so many people seem to be eating …

Healthy Eating

12 brownies from around the UK that you have to try - delicious. magazine

Who doesn’t like a brownie? Whether you’re a cocoa purist, or enjoy your slice loaded with caramel and Oreo crumbs, these rich, gooey morsels prove …

Dessert

Earth may have once had a single shell like an egg

However, the Earth may not have always been set up like this. New research from the University of Maryland, Curtin University and the Geological Survey of Western Australia suggests the Earth's first outer layer was a single, solid but malleable shell — it wasn't until later that this shell began …

Geology

Will it ever be possible for humans to recreate the big bang?

The long-running series in which readers answer other readers’ questions on subjects ranging from trivial flights of fancy to profound scientific concepts<p>Will it ever be possible for humans to recreate the big bang?<p><i>Sophie Domme, Berlin, Germany</i><p>• Post your answers – and new questions – below or …

BIGBANG

Historic supernova explosion still shines bright after 30 years

The strikingly bright shock waves from a massive star explosion first observed in 1987 can still be seen today, three decades later.<p>This brilliant star explosion, called Supernova 1987A, occurred only 160,000 light-years from Earth in a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way known as the Large …

Universe

Check Out An Interactive Map of Every Dinosaur Fossil Found On Earth

The map lets you search by period, taxonomy and strata.<p>Some engineers have created an interactive map to navigate the overwhelming amount of data created by the Paleobiology Database, a massive collection of information about fossils and related research. The map essentially plots the location of …

Neil deGrasse Tyson Blasts Kyrie Irving Stop With the Flat Earth Stupidity!!

<b>Neil deGrasse Tyson</b> has a message for <b>Kyrie Irving</b> ... KEEP YOUR DUMB FLAT EARTH BS OUTTA SCIENCE ... saying the world would be a better place if …

Flat Earth

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Lessons from meditating with the Dalai Lama

<b>(CNN) —</b> For the past two months, I have been a changed man. It is hard to fully describe, except to say my mood is mostly sunny and more patient than usual.<p>In the past, my family and friends would've typically described me as pleasant but hurried. My baseline restlessness and edginess, however, …

Meditation