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Bacteriophages: A replacement for antibiotics?

A small-scale preliminary trial concludes that bacteriophages — viruses that infect bacteria — might be a viable replacement for antibiotics in the …

NASA seriously wants to send humans to Venus now

Mars and the moon are already at the top of NASA’s prospect list for future human exploration and possibly colonies, but another planet has recently …

Best Android Phones Without a Notch

People want the biggest screen they can have in the smallest body they can have, and to get there as quickly as possible manufacturers have started …

Apple Suddenly Makes iPhones $300 Cheaper

Ming-Chi Kuo is back. The world’s most acclaimed Apple insider has returned with explosive news on Apple’s pricing plans for its all-new iPhone line-up…<p>Having moved from KGI to TF International Securities earlier this year, Kuo was expected to step away from Apple reports. But in a major scoop, the …

Mobile Technology

Boyband BTS make K-Pop history topping US album charts

Korean boyband phenomenon BTS have become the first K-Pop group to rise to the top of the US album charts, a vivid illustration of the genre's …

13 Harmless Morning Habits that Are Sabotaging Your Day

How you spend the first moments of your day can set you up for success—or failure. Make sure you’re choosing wisely when you wake up.<p>Those few extra …

People who sleep in on weekends avoid dying young, study suggests

Sleeping in on a day off feels marvelous, especially for those of us who don't get nearly enough rest during the workweek. But are the extra weekend winks worth it? It's a question that psychologist Torbjorn Akerstedt, director of the Stress Research Institute at Stockholm University, and his …

Sneakerdrilles Are One of Summer’s Hottest Trends

Sneakers and espadrilles have proved to be two of the biggest summer shoe trends, year after year. But a new shoe trend has been making waves this …

Shoes

Parents, social media isn’t turning your kids into robots

Most parents have concerns about their kid’s social media usage, but they shouldn’t worry about their brain cells frying. Under the hoodー kids are using social to better themselves.<p>Kids are running their own profitable slime businesses on Instagram, honing their dancing skills on musical.ly, …

A Pen That Never Dies!

It’s no secret that we’re in love with Titanium as a material. Virtually indestructible, lightweight, amazing to the touch, and that faint blue …

Industrial Design

Indonesia Sets Stage for Crackdown on Hard-Line Islamist Groups

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s central government announced a decree on Wednesday that will make it easier for the president to disband religious and civil society organizations, in an apparent effort to challenge hard-line Islamist groups who oppose President Joko Widodo’s pluralist …

9 Disturbing Side Effects Of Drinking Regular And Diet Soda

Good Housekeeping reaches an audience of 30+ million each month. In addition to the magazine brand, the Good Housekeeping Institute is the consumer …

Housekeeping

Here's how you can actually help stop climate change

It takes more than turning off the lights, but it's all doable.<p>Soaring temperatures, melting ice caps, diseases on the rise. With such high stakes, it’s not surprising that climate change tends to trigger a sense of fear. In fact, one recent, widely-shared story about climate change in <i>New York</i> …

The Electric Vehicle Takeover May Happen Sooner Than Anticipated

By 2040, could half of all new cars be electric?<p>Electric cars haven’t exactly been flying out of showrooms in the last few years. The Tesla phenomenon aside, EV sales currently make up less than 1% of the U.S. market. They remain relatively expensive compared to conventional vehicles (even after …

Electric Vehicles

43 Embarrassing Grammar Mistakes Even Smart People Make

Like it or not, words, spelling, and punctuation can leave a lasting impression on others. But even the most educated people often unknowingly make these common flubs.<p>When someone uses grammar incorrectly do you make an assumption about his or her intelligence or education? Like it or not, words, …

Language

Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin’s election assault

Early last August, an envelope with extraordinary handling restrictions arrived at the White House. Sent by courier from the CIA, it carried “eyes only” instructions that its contents be shown to just four people: President Barack Obama and three senior aides.<p>Hacking Democracy<p>The White House …

Spotlight on Tbilisi

A 360-degree look at the fashion and foundation of Georgia's capital city.<p>After decades under Soviet Russia and centuries of foreign domination, Georgia and its people are looking to find their own independent identity aside from the narrative of occupation. And at the center of this nationwide …

How Harry Potter enchanted the world

<b>Can you believe it's 20 years since the publication of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone?</b><p>Joanne Rowling, as she was known then, dreamed up the story of the bespectacled boy wizard on a train trip between London and Manchester.<p>She finished the manuscript in 1995, writing much of it in cafes …

America’s 11 Most Interesting Mayors

(And 7 rising stars.)<p><b>At a time when one yellow-haired, Twitter-happy</b> personality dominates American discourse, it’s easy to forget how much political energy—and important new thinking—emanates not from the nation’s capital but from city hall. We surveyed dozens of national and local political …

Salt Lake City

Where Trump Zigs, Tillerson Zags, Putting Him at Odds With White House

WASHINGTON — When Rex W. Tillerson, the former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, arrived in Washington five months ago to become the secretary of state, his boosters said he brought two valuable assets to a job that had usually gone to someone steeped in government and diplomacy: a long history …

This Summer’s Best Pop Music Page-Turners

Released last month, the longtime <i>Rolling Stone</i> critic’s <i>Dreaming the Beatles: The Love Story of One Band and the Whole World</i> (Dey Street, $25) has …

Psychics Who Hear Voices Could Be On to Something

The ways some “healthy voice hearers” cope might be able to help people with psychotic disorders.<p>Jessica Dorner was lying in bed at her cousin’s house when her grandmother, a “pushy lady” in an apron who had been dead for several years, appeared in front of her. “I know you can see me,” Jessica …

What Is Career Mapping, and How Do You Do It?

Taking the time to actually plan out all the steps of your career probably doesn’t sound particularly enticing. After all, who knows what could …

How Exercise May Protect the Brain From Alzheimer’s Disease

Regular exercise may offer some protection against Alzheimer’s disease, even for people who are genetically at risk, according to recent research.<p>In …

Dementia

You Can Get Your Whole Genome Sequenced. But Should You?

There are 3 billion ways for something to go wrong with your DNA. But diseases caused by an error to a single gene—what geneticists call "big ticket" …

Indian prime minister is a serial hugger

NEW DELHI — President Donald Trump should have been ready as he met with India’s prime minister, an unabashed hugger.<p>Smiling widely at a news …

India

No Frills, No Crowds, No Money: The Lonely Road to Tennis Glory

Less than a half-hour after a crushing defeat in front of two spectators, Aleksandra Wozniak paced the hallways of the municipal tennis center in Dothan, Ala., pleading on the phone with an airline representative.<p>Wozniak, a former top-25 player, had hoped to stay longer at the small tournament, but …