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5 Modern Lessons Our Sons Need to Learn

New technology and a swiftly changing planet have made the challenges our sons will face different than those we faced growing up. It makes the job of teaching them what to watch out for that much more complicated—and important.<p>In many ways, the lessons I'm trying to teach my daughter and son are …

How the Chicago Cubs Made World Series History

This extraordinary Game 7 was for Judy Caldow, a retired teacher who sits in Section 309, Row 14, Seat 10 of the Wrigley Field bleachers. She has …

10 Writing Tips to Make Your Emails Less Terrible

Every email you send is going out into a blizzard. Business professionals spend 16 hours a week reading emails, and most are sending or receiving …

As if being 12-years-old wasn’t hard enough, a new study confirms many schools make it even harder

The transition from elementary school at about age 11, to middle school, is notoriously hard, and researchers have documented that a lot of kids take a hit academically from which they don’t recover for years.<p>It’s difficult to pinpoint what drives the drop in performance. Adolescence is in full …

Middle School

No grammar schools, lots of play: the secrets of Europe’s top education system

In Finland children don’t start school until they are seven, but what happens before that is even more important<p>It’s a warm September afternoon in the Kallio district of Helsinki. Out in the Franzenia daycare centre playground, groups of four- and five-year-olds roam contentedly. “Would you like an …

Education

Heatherwick's Vessel. Could this be New York's Eiffel Tower? - CNN Style

Written by Tiffany Ap, CNN<p>Think of New York and the soaring outline of the Empire State Building springs to mind -- or perhaps it's the art deco-style Chrysler Building.<p>Come 2018, however, there may be a new defining landmark for the city.<p>The ambitious design of "Vessel", by architecture firm …

Architecture

Diabetes and Your Diet: The Low-Carb Debate

A few years ago, Richard Kahn, the now-retired chief scientific and medical officer of the American Diabetes Association, was charged with organizing a committee to prescribe a diet plan for people with diabetes. He began by looking at the evidence for different diets, asking which, if any, best …

Patagonia Launches Vote Our Planet: A National Campaign Urging Americans to Vote Up and Down the Ballot to Protect Our Air, Water and Soil

Patagonia has committed an estimated $1M to raise awareness about the environment as a top election issue and support get-out-the-vote …

Government suggests euthanizing 45,000 wild horses

The horses were taken from their habitat to make room for cattle<p>The government has recommended euthanizing all 45,000 unadopted wild horses in its holding facilities because the numbers are getting out of control and upkeep is too expensive. The wild horses used to live on public land, but were …

10 Reasons To Start Blogging Now If You Haven't Started Yet

We are all guilty of procrastinating from time to time—there’s <i>always</i> something more interesting than the work in hand. We usually think it’s no big …

Procrastination

THEN AND NOW: How New York City's World Trade Center has changed in the 15 years since the 9/11 terrorist attack

Completed in 1973, the original World Trade Center complex was dubbed a "dream come true" by Governor Nelson Rockefeller at the official ribbon cutting ceremony on April 4.<p>After the September 11, 2011 terrorist attacks left a hole in New York's skyline, ideas started spewing about what and how to …

DIVIDED AMERICA: Will Trump energize the Latino vote?

LAS VEGAS (AP) — It's a persistent paradox in American politics: Many Hispanic families have an immense personal stake in what happens on Election Day, but despite population numbers that should mean political power, Hispanics often can't vote, aren't registered to vote, or simply choose to sit out.<p>…

5 Ways the Silent Treatment Is Really Damaging (And How to Deal with It)

The silent treatment isn't just hurtful; there are actually many ways that is damaging to both the person doing the ignoring, and the person being …

This is Probably Why You're Still Single

Life advisor Suzannah Galland on love vs. lust and how you know when you've found the one.<p>As a nation of discontented love addicts, we can spend hours in compulsive fantasy (either imaginary or online) fixated on a dream lover. We fill our head with thoughts of warm embraces, candlelight dinners, …

Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump: The messages behind the fashion

<b>Hillary Clinton wore a white pantsuit as the race to the White House passed a key stage. Many column inches have been spent on the image of the candidates and their spouses, almost as much as on their political message. So what were they trying to say, and did it work?</b><p>The importance of a …

Donald Trump

This Chinese Bookshop With Amazing Design Is a Fairytale for Bookworms

The new bookstore, Zhongshuge Yangzhou, appeals to design and book lovers alike.<p>Once upon a time, we might have considered a bookstore incredible if it included, say, tasty café food and giant beanbags for kids. Now, an incredible bookstore is defined by reflective "tunnels" of books and truly …

Less is better: “Helvetica” documentarian aims to give industrial designer Dieter Rams his due

It’s probably safe to say that no one, single person in history has been responsible for more product design than Dieter Rams. During his 60+ years as an industrial designer he’s designed, or overseen the design of, some 500 objects, which include alarm clocks, radios, record players, juicers, …

Product Design

Fancy life in an eco-village? Welcome to the hi-tech off-grid communities

Residents in an eco-village project piloted in the Netherlands will produce solar and biogas power, grow their food and recycle waste into fertiliser<p>“If you look at any long lasting eco-village, it has usually been about religion, polyamory or drugs,” says James Ehrlich, president of …

Sustainability

Israel's greenest building produces more energy than it consumes

Green architecture may still be somewhat of a niche in Israel, but the country is making a noteworthy push towards weaving more eco-conscious …

Green Living

Stephen Hawking says escape from a black hole is possible — kind of

"They are not the eternal prisons they were once thought," Dr. Hawking said in a talk last year. "If you feel you are trapped in a black hole, don't give up. There is a way out."<p>He posted his paper on arXiv, a pre-peer review site, in January. This month, the paper was finally published in the …

Black Holes

The entire US healthcare system is taking advantage of you. Here's how it happens

But Sarah Kliff, writing for Vox, identifies a third way the American health care system exploits and mistreats patients: by taking advantage of their time.<p>Physicians, specialists, clinics, pharmacists, and hospitals in the US all tend to function independently of one another. In part because of …

Health Care

Why Some Couples Have So Much More Sex Than Others

By Drake Baer<p>If researchers seem a bit, well, voyeuristic with regard to people's sex lives, there's good reason for it: In heterosexual marriages, the happier people are with their sexual lives, the happier they are with their relationships. And if you want to know how much a newlywed couple is …

Psychology

2 chronic lung diseases share gene changes

Smoking is a known risk factor for both chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF), but now scientists have …

New report raises chilling possibility that mystery of 43 Mexican students' disappearance will never be solved

In hundreds of riveting, scathing pages, a panel of international experts has recounted the chaos and horrors that engulfed 43 Mexican college students on a rainy night in September 2014.<p>The damning compilation of events in the panel's 605-page report, issued Sunday, shattered the official account …

Mexico

Why Being Single Hasn't Killed Me (And Why It Won't Kill You Either)

I am single.<p>Now, if we were face-to-face, you'd be giving me that sad, pathetic, half-smile that says, "oh, you poor thing, thirty-three and single -- you'll find someone soon." The fact is, I am single and I am more than alright with it.<p>For the many years before I met my last boyfriend I was …

Relationships

The US has a great reason to expect gasoline demand to stay sky-high

U.S. motorists logged a record 232.2 billion miles on U.S. roadways in February, the most ever for the month and up 5.6 percent from a year earlier, the U.S. Department of Transportation said.<p>The 5.6 percent increase was the largest year-over-year bump since at least 1991, the data showed.<p>The …