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There's even more evidence that one type of exercise is the closest thing to a miracle drug that we have

Aerobic exercise, or cardio, might be the closest thing we have to a miracle drug.<p>When we commit to regular workouts that raise our heart rate and get us moving and sweating for a sustained period, magical things happen to our mind and body. We start to think more clearly, feel better about …

The Italian Town of Candela Will Pay You to Move There

Moving to Italy now comes with the gift of cash.<p>These days, vacation can sometimes come at no cost at all: Maine has launched programs that pay for people’s vacations, while Italy has given away castles for free. Now, the mayor of the medieval Italian town of Candela, Puglia is paying people to …

Eaze raises another $27M as money piles into cannabis tech

Eaze, the company sometimes dubbed "Uber for pot," has raised another $27 million, the latest example of investors being willing to put big bucks …

What are the best podcasts right now? Here’s our 2017 guide.

Recode’s Kara Swisher, The Verge’s Lauren Goode and 60db’s Liz Gannes share their picks — and then our listeners weigh in.<p>On the latest episode of <b>Too Embarrassed to Ask</b>, Kara Swisher and Lauren Goode reprised one of our most popular episodes from last year, a guide to the best podcasts you should …

The 20 Cheapest Countries To Visit In 2017

“Budget travel.” The words strike a certain amount of fear into a wanderer’s heart. They cull up images of the indignities of economy class, …

Scientists Have an Experiment to See If the Human Mind Is Bound to the Physical World

Spooky Action<p>Perhaps one of the most intriguing and interesting phenomena in quantum physics is what Einstein referred to as a “spooky action at a …

Quantum Physics

7 Underrated Mediterranean Destinations to Visit on Your Next Trip

The Mediterranean evokes many idyllic images, whether it’s white homes cascading down the hills to the sea or a charming promenade surrounding a …

Here's How To Fly Around The World For $1,200

When my friends and clients with Yore Oyster see me flying around the world so cheaply, they always want to know how. Justifiably so—if I saw someone taking $5 flights from Dubai to Manila, or flying from Asia to North America for $75, I’d be pretty curious too. The answer I give them is always …

Air Travel

Physics: A Perfect Clone is Impossible

No Cloning in Physics<p>Cloning used to be a science fiction staple until along came Dolly the sheep in 1996. However, cloning in biology isn’t the same …

Bite-size snacks are packed with joy | Cannabis recipe

As popular as gummies and fruit snacks are, sometimes people just don’t like the idea of animal-sourced gelatin. Substitutes are often not the same …

Period-tracking app Clue will tell women what to do if they miss a birth control pill

Clue helps women keep track of their menstrual cycle by allowing them to input information about when they have their period, how they’re feeling when they have it, their sexual activity, flow, and other notes. The idea is that with this detailed log, Clue can offer women a more thorough look at …

This Tiny Italian Town Will Pay You To Move There

Culture<p>Traveling This Summer? Shop Budget-Friendly Luggage<p>Culture<p>Go Somewhere Everyone On Instagram Isn’t Going This Summer—Poland<p>Culture<p>The Carry-On …

The surprising summer trips even cheapskates can afford

With the US dollar strong and airline competition stronger (thanks, viral videos), now is the time to snag amazing airfares and take advantage of …

The Next Phase Of Human Evolution Could Include Immortality

People may merge with machines.<p>What will humans be like in 1,000 years? They will likely be taller, bionic and maybe even immortal.<p>TechInsider looked at the possible future of the human race after another 10 centuries of evolution and found people and machines could literally join together ― …

A New Gene Therapy Cure Just Treated Its First-Ever Patient

by Karla Lant May 8, 2017 Health & Medicine 10005<p>Rarefied Cures<p>This March, child with severe combined immune deficiency (SCID) became the second …

A Ton of Refurbished Cast Iron Cookware Is Going to Be up for Grabs

Mark your calendar and get your clicking finger ready. This Monday, May 8, Best Made Co., New York–based purveyor of contemporary heritage goods, is …

In 1959, Soviets Littered the Moon With Tiny Metal Pennants

Ten years before Americans set foot on the moon, the USSR intentionally crashed their Luna 2 probe into the lunar surface. It was the first human …

What to do if you lose your passport

Travelers, here is a cautionary tale for international fliers, anyone who steps foot in any airplane, in the U.S. or abroad, or anyone who believes that details are boring (they are) and best left to somebody else (they aren’t). This is the story of Barrett Crake, who lost his passport on a flight …

Venom from the funnel web spider could prevent brain damage from strokes after 'world-first discovery'

Venom from the deadly funnel web spider can be used to protect the brain from devastating stroke damage, scientists have found.<p>Australian researchers were sequencing the DNA of the venom when they discovered a compound, which they say could protect brain cells even when injected hours after a …

Telemedicine Could Be Great, if People Stopped Using It Like Uber

These days, more people are working from home, shopping from home, and yes, even seeing the doctor from home. Last year more than a million people …

How Can These Cops Run Up a Wall on a Pole? Physics!

This video of Vietnamese police—I think they're Vietnamese police—climbing a wall with a pole left me thinking, "What the heck?" I don't doubt that …

Would you take a new £1,300 DNA test that could save your life?

On a wet Wednesday morning I’m reading a glossy, A3-sized health report that promises to unpack the secrets of my DNA. It informs me that I’m twice as likely to get heart disease as the average person. How cheery: I’m in my mid-30s and have so far had a reasonably clean bill of health, so seeing …

Is Unexplained the world's spookiest podcast?

Richard MacLean Smith is unspooling a remarkable story about his grandad during the second world war. “He was in a mid-air crash and his plane got cut in half,” says the creator of the Unexplained podcast. “The pilot had a parachute and jumped out, but my grandad didn’t have one because he was a …

The Whole30 diet is called the 'worst', but it's changed my life for the better

Diet & Fitness<p>Most of us can find things to disagree on. But one thing we usually agree on is that we want to feel better and have more energy. And one way to do that is to change how we eat.<p>That’s why I embraced the Whole30 program, an approach to eating that gets a lot of buzz, but doesn’t get a …

Fitness

New molecule knocks out superbugs' immunity to antibiotics

One of the most terrifyingly-plausible doomsday scenarios is the rise of superbugs, strains of bacteria that are evolving a resistance to our most …

Smartphone microscope offers cost-effective DNA sequencing and genetic mutation analysis

Just like an alphabet is made up of individual letters, DNA is composed of chemical bases. And in the same way that letters must be placed in a …

Voltron: Legendary Defender couldn’t have existed without Netflix

It’s not for regular cable<p><i>Voltron: Legendary Defender</i> earned quite a bit of credit in its first season for having a continuous, serialized plot that delved into important topics like gender and acceptance. The series took quite a few chances on beloved characters from the 1980s cartoon series</i> …

Scar-Free Healing Is Almost Here

Scientists have figured out how to make scars heal like regular skin.<p>Scars have been a persistent problem for people healing from injuries and surgery for all of human existence. But that might be about to change. New research from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of California, …