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Houzz - Home Design, Decorating and Remodeling Ideas and Inspiration, Kitchen and Bathroom Design

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Do We Choose Our Friends Because They Share Our Genes?

People often talk about how their friends feel like family. Well, there's some new research out that suggests there's more to that than just a feeling. People appear to be more like their friends genetically than they are to strangers, the research found.<p>"The striking thing here is that friends are …

A Professor Created A Single Tree That Can Produce 40 Types Of Fruit

"The idea is that I could collapse a whole orchard and put it into one tree," he told Business Insider.<p>Each of the colors in the photo above represents a variety of flowering tree. Collectively, as one plant, they produce 40 different edible stone fruits (ones with pits, like peaches and plums). …

This Is What Your Skin Looks Like Before And After Sunblock

You're definitely going to want to wear sunscreen after watching this.

Imprint of primordial monster star found

Chemical signature in relic star brings long-awaited evidence for massive stellar ancestors.<p>Astronomers have found evidence for the existence of the …

Angelina Jolie to Direct Brad Pitt in Universal's 'By the Sea'

<i>Editor's Note: Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are going to work "By the Sea" together, Darren Aronofsky sets his sights on "Moonfall," and more in our</i> …

Several Paleolithic Cultures Flourished In North Africa

OXFORD, ENGLAND—A new study of Paleolithic stone tools from 17 sites in North Africa shows that between 130,000 and 75,000 years ago, there were at …

Anthropology

Borders closing over Ebola fears

The West African country of Senegal has closed its borders with Guinea over fears that the Ebola outbreak could spread, according to the Senegalese Interior Ministry. The closure includes any aircraft and ships traveling to Senegal from Guinea, Sierra Leone or Liberia.<p>Senegal is located to the …

Psychedelic Photos Reveal What Your Favorite Cocktail Looks Like Under a Microscope

With the help of polarized light microscope, research scientist Michael Davidson and entrepreneur Lester Hutt transform cocktails into fine art. …

Eyemazing: Macro Photos of Animals’ Eyes

<i>Kramer’s parrot</i><p>Under a macro lens, the eye takes on new dimensions of intricate detail reminiscent of surreal landscapes and otherworldly surfaces. …

Intriguing Photos of Cuba Show the Country in a New Light

Photographer Rose Marie Cromwell‘s relationship with Cuba is complicated, she says. Over the past four years she has taken multiple trips to the …

Porn without Sex: Hilarious Images from the Opening Scenes of Adult Movies

Pornography films are notorious for their predictable opening scenes, composed of a few awkward and cheesy moments that establish a backstory for a …

What Remains: Portraits of Women Wearing Their Ex-Lovers Shirts

When all that remains from a relationship is the dingy t-shirt, what happens to the memories, the stories and the sentiment? This is what …

Portrait Project Captures the Spirit of LGBT Youth at Prom

Prom is a rite of passage for many youth in North America. Whether for strict policies or non-progressive attitudes towards gender and sexuality, …

Photographs Capture What Remains of ‘Old Shanghai’

For his series <i>Phantom Shanghai</i>, Canadian photographer Greg Girard points his lens to a city in a moment of significant change. For decades, Shanghai …

Dreamiest Private Island Resorts

Ever had an itch to ditch the mainland? Make like Robinson Crusoe or Tom Hanks (with a little less roughing it, of course)? If so, we’ve rounded-up our favorite private island resorts that you don’t have to travel too far to get to—many of them from our annual Readers’ Choice Awards—and organized …