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Blood Orange-Pomegranate Mimosas Recipe

From: EatingWell Magazine, November/December 2010<p>This twist on the mimosa is made with blood orange juice and pomegranate juice. It's a special way …

Nutrition

The Best Tacos in Every US State, Mapped

Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or drunk at 3 am, tacos are considered by many as one of mankind's greatest inventions. They're so great, in fact, that …

College Sports

The Top 5 Skills Every College Student Needs To Acquire Before Graduation | Inc.com

A college education is expensive, a huge investment of time and effort, and sometimes, not the right path. In fact, one Harvard expert has reported that for every 100 young people who start college, only 25 get degrees and good jobs. About 45 drop out, and 30 graduate but end up under- or …

Artificial Intelligence

Forget Smoothies: 5 New Ways You Can Use Your Protein Powder

If you're anything like me, the only time protein powder comes in handy is when you're making a smoothie. Although this is the most reliable way to get the most out of your protein powder, you're not unleashing its full power unless you're utilizing it in other ways in the kitchen. Protein is one …

Why You Should Eat More Avocado

Here is some very good news for guacamole lovers everywhere: A new review of scientific literature suggests that eating avocado may help prevent …

Holistic Medicine

Total solar eclipses used to be terrifying events — here's how ancient cultures explained them

As the Earth and moon sweep through space in their annual journey around the sun, the three bodies align in such a way that the Earth passes into the shadow of the moon. Observers then witness a sun that is gradually covered and uncovered by the moon's disk - a spectacular celestial event.<p>But until …

Ancient History

Meet the healthy online grocery store where everything costs $3

It’s easy to <i>want</i> to be healthy, but it can be hard—not to mention expensive, and at times inconvenient—to actually <i>be</i> healthy. In a perfect world, …

Knives

Havana: a great art city on the rise

It’s time to hail Havana as one of the world’s great art cities. The Cuban capital has never lacked artistic credentials, but a growing band of small private galleries, fresh interest in outlandish street art and the emergence of the extraordinary art collectives has sparked a creative renaissance …

Cuba

Personalized vaccines could help the immune system fight cancer

But there’s still a long way to go.<p>What if curing cancer was as easy as getting an injection? That’s just what a pair of studies published this week in <i>Nature</i> tried to figure out.<p>The two teams of researchers conducted independent Phase I trials of personalized vaccines designed to prime the …

Immunotherapy

'Smart' Gonorrhea Is the Latest Threat In a Troubling Superbug Trend

The World Health Organization (WHO) warns that a drug-resistant form of the sexually transmitted infection gonorrhea is on the rise. And it’s just …

Public Health
Public Health

The Call-In: Physician-Assisted Dying

It's been a year since California passed its right-to-die law. JoNel Aleccia of Kaiser Health News discusses the change and Lisa Crawford talks about her family's experience.<p>Transcript<p>A MARTINEZ, HOST:<p>And this is The Call-In. Today we're talking about aid in dying. That's when doctors are legally …

Online Privacy

Eat Your Way Around The World At These Top Foodie Destinations

Deep down, there’s a part of all of us that wants to be Anthony Bourdain (minus the maggot fried rice). We’re hungry for experiences that combine …

Travel

17 great new TV shows you can stream in a weekend

Featuring teen magicians, ‘80s wrestlers, talking dogs, and more.<p>There’s too much TV! We know this, you know this. But it bears repeating, because with so many good (and bad) shows out there, it can be hard to decide what to watch.<p>So we’ve compiled a list of 17 great shows from the first half of …

TV

The Art of Letting Go

<i>Alexis Novak is a yoga instructor, NASM-CPT, and mobility enthusiast. As a contributor for THE/THIRTY, Alexis will be sharing her knowledge of</i> …

Doctor: Insurance Wouldn’t Pay for Patients’ Treatments, but Offered Assisted Suicide

Dr. Brian Callister, a physician in Reno, Nevada, says two recent patients both needed life-saving treatments. “Not palliative care, not hospice, …

Rare footage shows what New York City looked like in 1911

That's reflected in a documentary travelogue newly released by NYC's Museum of Modern Art. Made by a team of cameramen with the Swedish company Svenska Biografteatern, the film documents life in Manhattan in 1911.<p>It opens and closes with shots of the Statue of Liberty, and roams through the city's …

New York City

Be Prepared to Give Up the Recipes for These Potluck Stars

Summer potlucks are mostly about friends and family. The burgers could be burnt, the salad soggy, and the white wine lukewarm and you'd still have a …

Comfort Food