"I've worked with hundreds of heroin addicts and crystal meth addicts, and what I can say is that it's easier to treat a heroin addict than a true screen addict," says Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, author of
Denmark approaches childhood, and society as a whole, very differently to Britain or the US, argue Jessica Joelle Alexander and Iben Dissing Sandahl Having muddled through six years of parenthood without
But scientists use such a range of photographing techniques that the planet can end up a rainbow of colors. NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter started circling the planet in 2006, and since then its camera
The method would target the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes that transmit Zika and other diseases Today, the U.S. Food And Drug Administration (FDA) gave its support for a biotech company to release genetically
A new theory suggests that missing extra copies of the Higgs boson might explain why gravity is so much weaker than it should be. Something is seriously wrong with gravity, and nobody's quite sure why.
Men have completely dominated weed culture for years, but thanks to the internet and changing legislation, women are finally taking center stage. This post originally appeared on VICE UK. Having spent
After a long work week, there’s nothing like relaxing with your BFFs, sipping on a few cocktails while you catch up. While you could get a six pack at your local convenience store or sip on your go-to
Megastructures were just the beginning. It's surely too early to say what their motivations might be—or what they even look like and whether they think that humans are cool or lame—but a paper posted week
A new map shows where landfills are located in each state. Americans create a lot of trash ― 254 million tons of it each year. But the landfills that house all that garbage aren’t distributed equally.
Consumers are spending more time consuming media on their mobile devices. The CMO Council reports that mobile digital media time in the US is now significantly higher at 51% compared to desktop media at
HBO's latest glossy crime show is powerful, tense, and a rare examination of what it's really like to be arrested in America. Some spoilers for the first episode of The Night Of ahead. The most tense I've
Relationships also come in all sizes and colors — there are romantic relationships, work relationships, and friendships, just to name a few. Regardless of what kind of relationship you want to save, each
On one side is Morgan Stanley's lead auto analyst, Adam Jonas, who last week revisited his futuristic theory that individual ownership of cars is going away and that the "potential end of human driving"
Scientists built the most powerful physics machine on earth to study the fate of our universe — and it may break the laws
Right now, the most powerful physics machine ever constructed by man is running at maximum power after a major upgrade that took two years to complete. And recently, two different experiments reported
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Overcoming a basic psychological barrier could be the difference between earning just enough and getting rich
"The biggest thing holding back most people from striking it big are their thoughts, beliefs and philosophies about money," writes self-made millionaire and author of "How Rich People Think," Steve Siebold.