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Sorry to Break It to You, but You’re Applying Your Cologne the Wrong Way

A lot of men tend to treat cologne as an afterthought. It’s that thing you spray on as the punctuation on the end of getting ready for the day or …

How to Stop Re-Creating Your Past and Finally Break Free

Have you ever wondered why no matter what you do differently, you always seem to end up in the same place? Whether you switch jobs or move to a new …

The cosmic power of celery

Can certain foods have negative calories? In other words, the more you eat, the more weight you lose?<p>Celery is one such miracle food if you’re trying …

10 foods that boost potassium levels

It is essential for the transmission of nerve impulses, as well as muscle contraction (particularly the heart) and good kidney function, and plays a …

Kids' breakfast

Kids and adults alike will love these super colourful pancakes, perfect for a celebratory breakfast or brunch. Stack them up and top with whipped …

13 Comfort Foods That Burn Fat

They’re called “comfort” foods for a reason—they bring back warm memories, tickle your taste buds, and soothe your soul. Though some comfort foods …

Barclays refuses to refund stolen £6,000

Barclays says I authorised this payment, even though I can prove that I was in bed several miles away at the time Fran Pitcher<p>A Barclays customer of more than 40 years has described her “profound shock” after the bank refused to refund £6,000 taken from her account after a replacement debit card …

5 Things That Are Almost as Deadly as Smoking, According to Science

And sometimes harder to avoid.<p>Cigarette smoking, one of the least healthy habits out there, is quickly disappearing in the United States. The rate of …

Public Health

Capitalism 'has been broken', top UK business leaders warn

The state of capitalism is in desperate need of reform and modernisation, according to some of the UK’s top business leaders, who claim that the …

Man hides in woods for 10 years to escape nagging wife

A British man ran away from his home and lived in the woods for 10 years — all because his wife nagged him too much.<p>Malcolm Applegate, 62, of …

Social Enterprise

Peter Schmeichel brands Manchester United display against Liverpool 'boring' and calls for Jose Mourinho to change

Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel believes that his former club should be aiming to win every match they compete in after growing “bored” of …

Keep your knees strong with this simple workout - Health - ABC News

Whether you're an athlete or a desk jockey, you need to look after your knees.<p>They're among the most complex joints in the body and we rely on our …

Bitcoin heading over $10,000 in six to 10 months, former Fortress hedge fund manager says

Although he says digital currencies like bitcoin show signs of forming a bubble, former hedge fund manager Michael Novogratz is going all-in.<p>The …

EFF criticizes iOS 11's 'misleading' Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles for being a privacy and security risk

The strange, unintuitive way Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles work in iOS 11 has drawn ire from many quarters. The latest voice is that of digital rights …

Why Is Doing Arithmetic With Fractions So Difficult?

On his website andertoons.com, illustrator Mark Anderson has a cartoon in which a boy is handing his teacher an assignment. “To show how well I …

Why do so many footballers end up broke? FourFourTwo investigates...

A footballer who played for three of the game’s biggest clubs sobs after learning he’ll soon be made bankrupt. The chairman of a Premier League …

Soccer

How British colonialism ruined a perfect cup of tea

On the colonial colouring of the culinary calamity the British call a cup of tea.<p>Recently my colleague Ilan Pappe and I were in Mexico City attending a conference on Palestine. In the course of the memorable few days we spent together catching up with the latest atrocities around the globe (in …

Native Americans

Eight great tricks for reading people’s body language

Body language provides an amazing amount of information on what other people are thinking <i>if</i> you know what to look for. And who hasn’t wanted to read …

12 Healthy Coffee Add-Ins (That Aren't Butter)

If you need coffee to jumpstart your day—and who are we kidding, slog through the midday slump, power through a gym session (or your latest TV show …

Butter

Could we trick the brain to stop tinnitus?

Tinnitus is the perception of sound (for example ringing, buzzing, whooshing or humming) in the absence of any external sound source.<p>Tinnitus can be constant or intermittent, steady or pulsating. It might be perceived in one ear or both, or in the middle of the head. Some people may even think the …

Neuroscientists Just Gave Lazy Humans a Free Pass

As anyone who struggles to get out of bed in the morning knows, fighting laziness is a losing battle. From beneath the covers, the world outside …

Why we don't follow through on what we set out to do — and how to fix it

Instead of writing the book, Hugo spent the next year pursuing other projects, entertaining guests, and delaying his work on the text.<p>Hugo's publisher had become frustrated by his repeated procrastination and responded by setting a formidable deadline.<p>The publisher demanded that Hugo finish the …

How To Make Your Mind Happy: 5 Secrets To Mindfulness

Sometimes it seems like your brain just sits around creating lousy feelings and worries. You want this, you’re frustrated about that, you’re annoyed …

Why top scientists are so worried about intelligent machines

The world's spookiest philosopher is Nick Bostrom, a thin, soft-spoken Swede. Of all the people worried about runaway artificial intelligence, killer …

Singularity

This One Study Will Make You Want to Be a Runner

If you’re not a regular pavement pounder, odds are you’ve vowed to start more times than you can count. It’s the one workout that, in addition to countless health benefits and fitness cred, you can do <i>anywhere</i> and costs nothing — save for some new colorful running shoes. But for some, the halo of …

Cambridge University

This is how science lost God: Atheism, evolution and the long road to Richard Dawkins’ latest Twitter controversy

<b>René Descartes, Richard Dawkins (Wikimedia/AP/Fiona Hanson)</b><p>The roots of today’s battles over atheism, science, religion and climate change actually date back centuries<p>Bill Mesler • H. James Cleaves II<p>January 17, 2016 5:00pm (UTC)<p>Excerpted from “A Brief History of Creation: Science and the Search …

10 Easy Ways to Increase Your Likability

Ever wonder why some people just seem to sail through life with ease? They get job offers. People enjoy being in their company. And they seem to have …

3 Reasons To Invest In January's Bear Market

I left for Asia on January 4 — to lead a Babson College MBA course on startups in Hong Kong and Singapore – and returned on the 15th to a “bear market.”<p>Is this an opportunity to invest or a signal to get out before things get much worse? I think buying is a better bet.<p>Before getting into that, …

Why The Stock Market Is Volatile, Why Volatility Hurts, And What To Do About It

Unless you made a resolution not to read, listen to or watch the news in 2016, you’ve likely noticed that “the market” is off to a stumbling start. Indeed, one glance at the headlines, at least the ones that don’t involve the presidential election, quickly reveals that the market is having one of …

The Big Short gives a rare peek at City life

A new film on the 2008 crisis adds a dash of glitz to the details of short-selling<p>Betting against the market and winning big is the stuff of dreams in the City, yet for those who called the 2008 financial crisis the victory had a hollow ring to it. Their success meant that the world’s economy was …