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'Ghost fares' haunt travelers

Craig Keffer is haunted by ghost fares.<p>He recently caught wind of a fare sale from Los Angeles, his home airport, to Denver. But when he tried to …

Alaska Airlines customer service travesty creates nightmare for family with emergencies

An involuntary denied boarding. A hostile agent. A missing refund.<p>It’s not every day that it all comes together in a single case, as it did for …

What Those TripAdvisor Stickers Really Mean

A primer on how to decode those colorful—and sometimes confusing—patches found on the windows of restaurants and hotels.<p>On a recent visit to the city …

What to Pack or Book Ahead: 5 Important Items for a Worry-Free Travel

Let me start by saying, no, this is not your usual packing list. I won’t be telling you to bring how many shirts, what kinds of footwear, or what SPF …

Weight Training Diet: How to Build Muscle Mass and Lose Fat

Designing any weight training diet may be one of the most important factors in achieving your body building goals. Some bodybuilders declare that a …

Jupiter Is So Freaking Massive, It Doesn't Actually Orbit The Sun

Whoa!<p>Jupiter, the fifth planet from the Sun, gas giant, and subject of the Juno mission, is huge. <i>Huge</i>.<p>It's so huge, in fact, that it doesn't actually …

Dogs Before And After Their Haircuts (16 Pics)

I am an animal photographer named Grace Chon and these images are from my new photo series titled HAIRY.<p>I’ve always found before and after photos …

What No One Tells You About The Benefits Of Napping

<b>Birds do it, bees seem to do it</b>, and we all KNOW cats do it. So let's do it, too. Let's take a nap. Seriously, though: whenever people talk about naps, someone inevitable claims they can't nap during the day; they simply can't fall asleep, or when they do nap, they wake up groggy and unable to …

Sleep

The importance of being stylish: Fashion tips for the dudes | fashion and trends

Staying stylish isn’t really hard. With some attention to detail and a little guidance, anyone can look awesome.<p>Men should focus on the fit, keep it …

Expansion of the Early Universe Is Modeled in Unprecedented Detail

For the first time, cosmologists have used the full power of Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity to perform detailed calculations of the …

The Fascinating Science Of Why We Yawn

Yawning seems like a basic bodily process, but it turns out that it's much more complex — and mysterious — than you probably realize.Unlike blinking …

Cancer Cells Can Be Passed Between Individuals And Species

"Widespread phenomenon"<p>Infectious cancer cells found in clams and mussels have proved to be capable of leaping between individuals – and “shockingly” …

This Is What Actually Happens to Your Body When You Don't Get Enough Sleep

Sleep deprivation messes with you from head to toe—and a third of the population is losing a lot of zzz's.<p>There's no question that sleep deprivation is an American epidemic, with a third of the country getting less shut-eye than the recommended 7 to 9 hours per night, according to recent research …

Rodale Wellness Is Now Books for Better Living - Books for Better Living

<p>Rodale Wellness has found a new home with Books for Better Living, and we’re excited to welcome you all to our community! With our health and …

This is NASA's audacious plan to land humans on Mars within your lifetime

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In sharp contrast to the cynical outlook that politicians, lobbyists, and reporters generally have about space travel in this …

Space Science

Mars and Earth are getting closer (for now)

<b>(CNN) —</b> We haven't seen Mars like this in more than a decade.<p>The red planet will soon be closer to Earth that it has been in 11 years: On May 30, Mars will be about 46.8 million miles (75.3 million kilometers) from Earth. Yes, that's still a long way off, but sometimes Mars is 249 million miles …

What cocaine does to your body and brain

But the high is short-lived, and in most cases lasts anywhere from five to 30 minutes.<p>Regular, heavy use can have extremely negative consequences, from nosebleeds to permanent lung damage and even death.<p>Here's a look at some of the ways cocaine affects the body and brain:

An interrogator explains how to catch someone in a lie

How do you scope out a liar? Their darting eyes? Or sweaty palms?<p>Interrogator and psychologist Edward Geiselman says there's a more sure-fire way to spot a con.<p>In an interview with the New York Times, he recommends strategies for improving your lie-detecting skills.<p>His team at the University of …

Psychology

This Woman Read 500 Self-Help Books So You Don't Have To

All the lessons of a bookshelf's worth of reading boiled down to five simple lessons.<p>These days, no one suffers from a shortage of reading material. From great online content to endless book recommendations and must-read lists, most of us struggle to fit in all the reading we want to do rather than …

6 Habits of People Who Age Well

Exercise, diet—even attitude—can be as important as genetics when it comes to growing old gracefully. “Old age,” as Bette Davis once said, “is no …

10 Interesting facts about human brain you may not know

The human brain is the command center for the human nervous system. It receives input from the sensory organs and sends output to the muscles. The …

Fidel Castro bids farewell to Cuba's Communists as he says he will die soon

Fidel Castro has made what is likely to be his final speech to Cuba's Congress, telling the assembled politicians that he would die soon but that the revolution's ideals would live on.<p>The 89-year-old spoke after his brother Raul, 84, was re-elected as head of the Communist party - a position the …

Cuba

Skin cancer: Pair of drugs 'eliminate 20% of tumours'

<b>A fifth of people with advanced melanoma have no sign of tumours in their body after treatment with a pair of immunotherapy drugs, a study shows.</b><p>The first survival data on using ipilimumab and nivolumab in combination showed 69% of patients, in a trial on 142, were still alive after two years.<p>UK …

Cancer

Protein injection hope for Alzheimer's

<b>Scientists believe injections of a natural protein may lessen the symptoms and progress of Alzheimer's dementia after promising early trials in mice.</b><p>The treatment - IL 33 - appeared to improve memory and help clear and prevent brain deposits similar to those seen in people with …

Dementia

Earth - What is the real reason we sleep?

There are a few things we literally cannot live without. Oxygen is one. Another is food and water. And then there is sleep: forcibly keep an animal awake for long enough and you will kill it. The same almost certainly applies to humans.<p>This fact alone tells us that sleep must be doing something …

Spring Equinox 2018: The science behind the changing seasons

Britain may still be shivering under a blanket of snow, but this week actually marks the astronomical beginning of spring, finally heralding the start of longer days, new blooms and warmer weather.<p>Officially called the Vernal or Spring Equinox, spring officially began yesterday in the Northern …

This Genetics-Based Healthy Living Kickstarter Will Help You Live Your Best Life

With the endless amount of health-related content on the Internet, you could research until you’re blue in the face about what to eat, what to avoid eating, fitness trends and how to exercise for your body type or whatever. It’s quite overwhelming, TBH. What’s a health-conscious gal to do? Here …

Huge Increase in Passengers Causing Air Travel Nightmares

Just in time for Spring Break, many of the biggest airports across the country are reporting long lines at their Transportation Security Administration checkpoints.<p>The TSA is blaming a record increase in travelers and says it doesn't have the staff to move everyone through the screeners fast enough.<p>…