Raychael Chavez Coombes

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24 Valentine's Day Desserts That Are Better Than A Date

All the chocolate.<p>Unless you're one of the lucky few, Valentine's Day sucks. It either makes you feel like you're all alone (don't worry, you're not) or it convinces you that the romance from your relationship has simmered to a neutral (not true, either). The expectations of love for this one …

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How to Read People Like Sherlock Holmes: 4 Insights From Research

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to just look at someone and tell what they’re <i>really</i> like?<p>Sherlock Holmes does this all the time and it’s incredibly …

How You Can Learn the #1 Persuasion Technique of FBI Hostage Negotiators

FBI Hostage negotiators know how to listen and this is the secret to connecting with people.<p>We’ve all been told we could be better listeners and that …

I Tried Switchel and I'll Never Drink Another Energy Drink Again

If you're a frequent visitor to your local farmers market or the neighborhood hipster hangout, chances are you've seen a new drink on the scene: …

Forget resolutions—use these nerdy lifehacks to make life a little better in a lot of ways

It’s New Year’s. You want to set goals, and achieve them. But, realistically, you’re probably not going to. Researchers find that anywhere from 40% to 8% of Americans who set New Year’s resolutions successfully stick to them.<p>The problem is that people often aim to completely overhaul their lives, …

Nutrition

Diply

Diply is a leading social entertainment publisher that creates captivating content for millennials. We are a ComScore Top 10 Lifestyle property with …

31 Tiny Changes That'll Make This Year Awesome

Start waking up at 5 a.m. to go for a run every single day! Pack a healthy lunch every single day! Completely give up sugar, carbs, dairy, alcohol, gluten, and every food that has ever elicited joy! Noticing a theme? Most New Year's resolutions are made with the best of intentions, but they're …

12 Mind Tricks That Win People Over and Help You Get Ahead

When you're working hard and doing all you can to achieve your goals, anything that can give you an edge is powerful and will streamline your path to success.<p>Mind tricks won't make you a Jedi, but using the brain's natural quirks to your advantage can have a positive impact on everyone you …

Will America’s 100-Year-Old Female Spy Finally Be Recognized for the Hero She Is?

She worked behind enemy lines—and was captured by the Soviets. But the U.S. never properly gave her full credit for her heroism. After seven decades, …

Hung Up

Junk food is tricking your brain: The depressing science behind your binging

<b>(AP)</b><p>Research reveals fats and sweets alter the brain’s satiety-control mechanism, sending our appetites into hyperdrive<p>Ferris Jabr<p>December 27, 2015 12:00pm (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American.<p>Matthew Brien has struggled with overeating for the past 20 years. At age 24, …

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Rise and Shine: 12 Easy Weekend Breakfast Recipes

Christmas might be over, but there are still kids and houseguests to feed. Whip up one of these easy breakfast recipes and give them something delicious to wake up to.<p><b>1. Best Blueberry Muffins</b><p>Bursting with fresh blueberries with a tender crumb and sparkling sugar crust, these really are the best …

This Week in Tech and Science: December 23, 2015

<i>Amazon looks to fly, a self-driving car hack, Apple’s new COO and more.</i><p>On the Radar<p>The Latest in Tech and Science News<p>Air Amazon<p>Rumor has it that …

Religion has been dividing human society for 2,000 years, say scientists

Scientists have found religious ties did not bind early societies together as had previously been thought, but actually caused conflict<p>Whether religion is a good or bad force in the world has been a strong topic of debate for a very long time.<p>Scientists have claimed that religion has actually been …

Rogue comets impacting Earth is inevitable, scientists warn

Large comets moving on unstable orbits in the outer planetary system pose a greater threat to life on Earth than asteroids, British scientists have …

Here's How Your Dog Really Feels About You, According To Science

Image: Yaisin Bulut via Getty Images<p>Let’s talk about puppy love. Not youthful romance, but the love between a person and his or her pooch. As every dog lover knows, canine companions make for some of the best friends we could wish for. They play with us, cuddle with us, listen to us and make us …

All Hail Mimas: Our 'Death Star' Moon

It’s not in a galaxy far, far away or even another star system — this alien world is right in our planetary backyard, a mere 900 million miles away …

Winter solstice: Why pagans celebrate the shortest day of the year

The December solstice happens at the same instant for everyone, everywhere on Earth – and this year the winter solstice occurs today, on Thursday December 21st at 16:28 GMT.<p>The winter solstice happens every year when the Sun reaches its most southerly declination of -23.5 degrees. In other words, …

News and Articles on Science and Technology

Should I stay or go? Birds migrate to save energy: study<p>Why have some birds opted for a taxing life of constant migration—seeking out temperate …

Star Wars: The Force Awakens 'breaks the internet' as fans stay offline to avoid spoilers

Discuss Star Wars: The Force Awakens (with spoilers)<p>Read more<p>Star Wars: The Force Awakens has broken the web - or at least, temporarily tangled it. According to internet monitoring experts, traffic in nations where JJ Abrams’ space opera reboot has arrived in cinemas dropped significantly in the …

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