A diet rich in cheese might actually be good for our health, according to a new study. A group of researchers from the University of Copenhagen found that eating cheese could help to improve health by
These guys created an app that stops college students from using their phones — and it's so successful they dropped out college
Richardson, a computer science major, noticed something that was bugging him. While in class, everyone was looking at their phones, texting, and doing whatever, with "no one paying attention to the teachers"
Today most of us are expected to do more with less. We lead lives that are more demanding on every front--work, family, social, health--with little time left over to unwind. Stress affects our mental our
The remains are at least 11,000 years old. Imagine being at work and stumbling, completely by chance, upon a mammoth discovery -- a literal one, at that. That’s what happened last month to a bulldozer
You know a Steve McCurry picture when you see one. His portrait of an Afghan girl with vivid green eyes, printed on the cover of National Geographic in June 1985, is one of the iconic images of the 20th
How many pictures did you take during your last vacation? And how many of those were with a smartphone? With the rise of Instagram and other social media sites taking pictures with smartphones is becoming
When your body is trying to tell you something— for example, that you're skimping on critical vitamins— it may go to some strange lengths. "With today's diet of processed foods, it's easy to become vitamin
There’s more evidence that what’s good for your heart is good for your head. A new study shows that people who run, swim or do other moderate exercise have brains that look, on average, 10 years younger
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The ability to reverse Type 2 seems so obvious that further scientific studies might seem superfluous. The explosion of Type 2 diabetes following the epidemic of obesity in Western countries is well known.
A far-out plan to create swarms of self-replicating solar panel satellites "Global warming is the greatest challenge our species will face in the next 100 years," says Justin Lewis-Weber. Currently a school
It’s the closest we've come to growing transplantable hearts in the lab Of the 4,000 Americans waiting for heart transplants, only 2,500 will receive new hearts in the next year. Even for those lucky to
From the moment that it was discovered that the macroscopic, classical rules that governed electricity, magnetism and light didn’t necessarily apply to the smallest, subatomic scales, a whole new view
It takes a lot more than motivation. The biggest enemy to a weight-loss plan? The dreaded plateau. It can be frustrating to work so hard only to hit a major wall. After weeks of progress, suddenly you're