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How I Became a Morning Person in Just Five Days

It only took a full work week and three alarms (but who's counting?).<p>I've never been a morning person. So when my husband Nathan and I got a dog several years ago, I had it all worked out: Lexie would wake us at 6:30 every morning, eager to hit the dog run, and I'd hop out of bed, ready to start …

How to Build Good Relationships with Pretty Much Anyone in Your Life

Theodore Roosevelt had said that "the most important single ingredient in the formula of success is knowing how to get along with people". Research after research show how good relationships with people around us are important for our health and even to our longevity. Knowing that, it seems that …

Relationships

If You Do This Before Bed, Your Sleep Will Seriously Suffer

How glued are you to the main screen in your life? <i>Very</i>, if you’re like most of us; survey data suggests that Americans collectively check their …

How to Stop Overeating Once and For All

Inhaling your food in a near trance not only takes the joy out of meals, it also triggers overeating. Here's how to be more mindful in every dining …

Amazing Winners of the 2016 Siena International Photo Awards

With entries by photographers from over 100 countries in 11 categories, the jury of the second Siena International Photo Awards had their hands full to select the winning images. The winners were revealed at a ceremony held in Siena, Italy on October 29 and the victors will have their images …

Awards

Release date announced for robot chef which can cook any meal and wash up after itself

Imagine a robot chef that can make any dish you ask for - and then does all the washing up too.<p>Moley is releasing a robot which does just this in 2018, and it will have unlimited access to chefs and their recipes worldwide.<p>On their website, they say: "Imagine dishes from top Michelin-starred …

15 science-backed tricks to instantly seem smart

Some people are smarter than others — intelligence, scientists believe, is the result of a combination of complex factors, including everything from …

Why obesity damages your mind as well as your body

It’s not just your waistline that suffers as you put on weight, with researchers finding puzzling new links between obesity, memory loss and dementia.<p>Lucy Cheke and her colleagues at the University of Cambridge recently invited a few participants into her lab for a kind of ‘treasure hunt’.<p>The …

The Brain

Dressing for Success: An Entrepreneur's Guide

Fashion expert Clinton Kelly once said, "How you dress tells the rest of the world how you expect to be treated."<p>Fashion expert Clinton Kelly once said, "How you dress tells the rest of the world how you expect to be treated." And while sweats, hoodies, and sneakers certainly have their place in …

Scientists discover elixir of youth – for mice – and begin tests on humans

Scientists in the US claim to have discovered a natural compound found in avocado, broccoli and cucumber that has “remarkable anti-ageing effects in …

Washington University

19 psychological tricks that will help you ace a job interview

That means they're susceptible to the same psychological preferences and cognitive biases that affect the rest of us. Simple tweaks to the way you speak and hold yourself can make you seem much more likeable, competent, and hireable in their eyes.<p>With that in mind, we rounded up a list of easy …

Employment

5 Foods That Make You Look Younger, According to Science

We have some bad news: Along with living in pollution, sleeping in your makeup, and massaging in your products with the wrong fingers (really), what …

Science Says You Can Reprogram Your Brain to Be Happier in 10 Seconds

A breakthrough book explains why so many people are miserable and how to experience more joy.<p>According to UC Berkeley-based clinical psychologist Rick Hanson, you can train your brain to experience more happiness on a daily basis through a series of short exercises performed during your workday and …

The Guardian view on climate change: good news – but not yet good enough | Editorial

Eleven of the last 12 months have been the hottest on record. Though progress on cutting carbon emissions is encouraging, more must be done<p>The Montreal protocol is the most successful environmental treaty in history, and arguably one of the most successful of any international pact. It phased out …

If You're Not Baking The Whole Apple, You're Doing It Wrong

Less slicing and dicing is always a good thing.<p>Between all the types of apple pie one can bake and the different ways you can make candy apples, it’s hard to choose what to make with all your fall apples. To make that decision process a little harder, we’d like to throw another idea into the mix ― …

10 more small things you do that people use to judge your personality

But we hardly covered all the weird ways in which people evaluate you. Below, we've drawn 10 <i>more</i> items from the original Quora thread, "What are the really small things that tell a lot about a person's psychology and personality?", as well as from other research.<p>Read on to learn what captures …

Psychology

The day Scotland quietly ushered in an energy revolution

Even by the blustery standards of this notoriously squall-swept land, 7 August was a particularly gusty day.<p>Bursts of rushing air swept across the …

Forests in southern states are disappearing to supply Europe with energy

<b>This Dec. 17, 2015 photo provided by the Hawaii State Department of Land and Natural Resources shows ohia lehua trees hit by the rapid ohia death fungus in Pahoa, Hawaii. A newly discovered fungus is killing a tree that's critical to Hawaii's water supply and feeding endangered native birds.</b> …

Forests

How to tell if you’re a workaholic

There’s a difference between pulling long hours and having an out-of-control urge to work. But where’s the line?<p>Everyone loves a hard worker.<p>In fact, pulling long hours on the job and earning big is considered by many to be the modern mark of success. Being labelled a workaholic is, as often as …

How to Design a Car When You’re Not a Car Designer

Google’s YooJung Ahn talks us through the process.<p>Courtesy of Google<p>YooJung Ahn is not a car designer.<p>Until she joined the Google self-driving car …

Positive thinking can make you too lazy to meet your goals

Want to succeed? Your optimism might be getting in the way.<p>About fifteen years ago, when entrepreneur Michael Stausholm started a business with a friend, his partner painted a rosy picture of the future of the business and promised him a lot of success.<p>Stausholm believed him and felt uplifted, as …

Crystal ball-like robot will fill your home with sunlight

LONDON — Dr. Diva Tommei, 32, was once a Bioinformatics PhD student at Cambridge University who was spending way too much time in a dark office.<p>That …

Medical school can be brutal, and it’s making many of us suicidal

In August, a medical student at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York jumped out of an eighth-story window to her death.<p>Stories like this are too common among budding doctors across the United States. In May, a medical student at the University of Southern California took his own …

These Colored Pencil Illustrations Feel Like Classic Storybooks

Rebecca Green provides a natural, woodsy palette to fables both real and imagined.<p>Riffing on storybook landscapes and archetypes while adding a lighthearted touch to everyday objects, illustrator and painter Rebecca Green has amassed an impressive variety of works from her Nashville, TN base in a …

Emanuel expected to propose 7-cent shopping bag fee

Chicago shoppers who don’t tote their own reusable bags soon may have to pay a city-imposed 7-cent fee for each plastic or paper bag used by the store to pack their goods.<p>The 7 cents-a-bag fee, which would start next year, is likely to be part of the 2017 budget proposal that the mayor will present …

Wells Fargo grateful woman returned excess cash ATM spit out

GLENOLDEN, Pa. (AP) — Wells Fargo says a Pennsylvania woman did the right thing when an automatic teller machine spit out hundreds of dollars that weren't hers: She returned the money.<p>Kristina Edwards tells the Delaware County Daily Times (http://bit.ly/2dHbMhK ) that she went to a Wells Fargo bank …