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12 everyday stretches that will help you stay flexible and fit at any age

When it comes to stretching, there are a lot of options to choose from.<p>But what are the best everyday stretches for anyone looking to avoid sore muscles, get more flexible, and protect his or her muscles from injuries?<p>We turned to Marilyn Moffat, a professor of physical therapy at New York …

Pain

Experiences in Childhood Can Alter Your DNA For The Rest of Your Life

It could even make you prone to illness.<p>Childhood is a defining period in anybody's life, but for many of us it seems those early life experiences …

Genetics

Hollywood is racist, says actor Chloe Bennet amid whitewashing row

Actor who changed surname from Wang says she would not have been cast with name that made people ‘uncomfortable’<p>The row over whitewashing in Hollywood has taken a new turn after the actor Chloe Bennet said she had changed her name from Chloe Wang because Hollywood is “racist” and would not cast her …

Scarlett Johansson

A Radical New Theory Could Change the Way We Build A.I.

One A.I. scientist wants to ditch the metaphor of the brain and think smaller and more basic.<p>From early on, we’re taught that intelligence is …

Artificial Intelligence

Honeydue is a money management app for couples

Honeydue is a mobile app that aims to reduce money-related arguments between couples by offering tools to share information on respective account balances and spending.<p>The app also lets couples stay on top of money matters in other ways, such as being able to comment on individual transactions and …

Personal Finance

What Medicine Is Learning from Animals That Resist Cancer - Facts So Romantic

<i>Beating cancer might come from animals that evolved defenses against it.</i>Photograph by Patrick Bouquet / FlickrIn recent years, naked mole rats, …

Whales

These restaurants have transformed New York's Asian food scene

For decades, New York has been America's Chinese food Mecca. But Chinese food in New York (and America) remained mostly the same for decades: great …

Weird

How to get people to like you: 7 ways from an FBI behavior expert

Meeting new people can be awkward. What should you say? How can you make a good impression? How do you keep a conversation going?<p>Research shows …

Self-help

11 things to give up if you want to be a millionaire

According to self-made millionaire Steve Siebold, almost anyone has what it takes to become a millionaire.<p>"Like most things in life, becoming good at …

Self-improvement

Accelerationism: how a fringe philosophy predicted the future we live in

The world is changing at dizzying speed – but for some thinkers, not fast enough. Is accelerationism a dangerous idea or does it speak to our troubled times?<p>Half a century ago, in the great hippie year of 1967, an acclaimed young American science fiction writer, Roger Zelazny, published his third …

Universal Basic Income
Higher Education

The Ultimate South Korea Bucket List: 40 Things to do in South Korea

Headed to South Korea? I've put together the ultimate list of things to do in South Korea. From festivals to temples to natural beauty - it's all …

South Korea

Learn How To Make Chicken Wings 7 Different Ways

One for every day of the week!<p><i>INGREDIENTS</i><p>* 2 pounds chicken wings<p>* 1 teaspoon salt<p>* 1 teaspoon black pepper<p>* 1 tablespoon Italian seasoning<p>* 1 teaspoon ground cumin<p>* ⅓ cup grated parmesan cheese<p>* 4 garlic cloves, finely minced<p>* ¼ cup tablespoons olive oil<p>* ¼ cup parsley, chopped<p><i>PREPARATION</i><p>1. …

Chili Powder

The 8 best pieces of saving advice from real people who banked a fortune

<i>Maridav/Shutterstock</i><p>Livingston is not pictured.<p>Think about every purchase in terms of cost per hour<p>Saving 70% of your income is an impressive feat. …

Personal Finance

How to Fight Cancer (When Cancer Fights Back)

Understanding how the disease evolves is the key to stopping it.<p>In early 2014, Laura Brealey was visiting her daughters in Singapore when she slipped on a marble floor and cracked her hip. She had it replaced, but in the process, the surgeons noticed that her breathing sounded odd, and told her to …

How to make the best scrambled eggs you've ever tasted

We believe strongly that "putting an egg on it" transforms almost anything into a meal. But lately we've turned our attention away from our beloved olive oil-fried egg and toward a soft sunny scramble.<p>We know what you're thinking: Do I really need a recipe for scrambled eggs? If you just want a …

Breakfast

What economics has to say about housing bubbles

The b-word is doing the rounds, barely a decade after the United States house price bubble burst spectacularly, setting in motion a global financial …

The US is closer to embarrassing itself with China

This is something we were really hoping Congress would be smart enough to avoid, but here we are. It sounds like the idea of labelling China a …

China

Ozobot raises $3 million for toys that teach kids coding basics off-screen

There are many toys on the market today that promise to teach kids programming skills, and a good percentage require the use of a connected tablet or smartphone. At a time when parents are already struggling to keep kids’ screen time to a minimum, father and entrepreneur Nader Hamda wanted to build …

Iron Man

Fried Chicken with Crunch

An unconventional secret to perfectly crispy fried chicken<p>You have to hand it to Todd Ginsberg, a Jewish guy from New Jersey who moved south and decided he could reinvent fried chicken. He only makes it Friday nights at <b>the General Muir</b> in Atlanta, a smart mashup of a New York deli and a …

Fried Chicken

An exercise scientist reveals exactly how long you need to work out to get in great shape

Have a reunion or a wedding coming up, and you’d like to get in top shape before running into your ex? Exercise Scientist Shawn Arent tells us just …

American College of Sports Medicine

Why Tim Cook is Steve Ballmer and why he still has his job at Apple

<i>What happens to a company when a visionary CEO is gone? Most often innovation dies and the company coasts for years on momentum and its brand.</i> <i><br>Rarely</i> …

Business Strategy

Solve one of these 5 problems to become a billionaire

If you have ever imagined yourself living the sweet life like Mark Zuckerberg or Bill Gates, you can by solving one of these five problems the world …

Bill Gates

5 Mental Habits That Will Make You Much Smarter, According to an MIT Neuroscientist

IQ is largely fixed, but intelligence depends on context and approach.<p>Give a person an IQ test in elementary school and again when he or she is a senior citizen and science suggests the score will remain largely unchanged. Which means, like it or not, our sheer mental horsepower is largely …

Note-Taking

Scientists discovered an absurdly easy way to seem convincing

If you want to convince someone that your explanation for something is the best way to explain it, you might want to tack on some useless (though accurate) information from a tangentially related scientific field.<p>It turns out that when you tack on additional information from a respected field of …

Psychology

The Quickest Way to Kill Employee Motivation

<i>The Leadership Insider network is an online community where the most thoughtful and influential people in business contribute answers to timely</i> …

Leadership

The Research Is Clear: Long Hours Backfire for People and for Companies

Andrew Nguyen/HBR STAFF<p>Managers want employees to put in long days, respond to their emails at all hours, and willingly donate their off-hours — nights, weekends, vacation — without complaining. The underlings in this equation have little control; overwork cascades from the top of the …

The Workplace

Why Fintech Is One of the Most Promising Industries of 2015 | Inc.com

Just ask WePay. It began as a company solving the small problem of moving small amounts of money around. Suppose you wanted to make it easier for your buddies to pool money to book ski trips: That was the issue Clerico set out to solve with Aberman, his freshman roommate at Boston College in 2003. …

FinTech