She is probably the only internet sensation in Harpursville, N.Y., a hamlet of about 3,500 people in the Southern Tier region: April, a very pregnant giraffe, whose livestream video has attracted millions
The Buddhist meditation practice is over 1,500 years old, but modern science says it has very real mental and physical health benefits. On a trip to Japan last year, one of the places I visited was Kyoto,
There’s no shortage of advice out there claiming to make you better, but mindfulness meditation is the rare, research-proven technique that boosts your performance by physically altering your brain. Researchers
Let's say you're trying to avoid sugar. And you're at work one morning, when someone puts out that irresistible pink box of doughnuts. (Or a bowl of chips, or whatever your weakness may be.) It's a common
(CNN) — New details have emerged of a previously unknown queen of ancient Egypt -- and if the professor behind the find is correct, it could be bad news for the rest of us. Reports surfaced in November
1. Settings Search Bar Settings now has its own dedicated search bar. While this may seem like a very minor addition, it’s actually a great timesaver when you know exactly what you’re after. For example,
“Manly, Christian character.” That was the ideal that Endicott Peabody, a member of the New England Brahmin class, hoped to cultivate in the boys who attended his private boarding school, Groton. Peabody
Big questions can lead to big breakthroughs, writes Warren Berger, author of A More Beautiful Question. Here’s how to find yours. With New Year’s comfortably behind us, we’ve all had enough talk of resolutions.
Does the start of a New Year renew your energy and motivation to achieve change? For most it does, but let's face it, no matter how driven you are, there will be times when your energy and commitment ebb.
Kay Hagan just wanted to swim. It was late 2008, and the Democrat was newly arrived on Capitol Hill as North Carolina’s junior senator-elect. But Hagan was told that the Senate pool was males-only. Why?
Last month in New York, Adam Sternbergh began his long cultural history of emojis by contrasting Face With Tears of Joy, the world's most popular emoji, with the tilde, the venerable squiggle that is on
Photo: Courtesy ELLE 1. You've got an end goal but no game plan.I can spot a bad diet resolution from a mile away. How? They all have one thing in common: They're way too general. Not sure what I mean?