While you might not think of your brain in the same vein as, say, your heart or biceps, it's very much the same as a muscle in the sense of "use it or lose it". To make your brain function stronger and
Today is a good day to start drawing. If you are, like most adults, insecure about your artistic skills, take heart. Drawing isn’t just about making art, but rather “a tool for learning above all else,”
When she was in graduate school for public health, Niasha Fray found a job she loved: counseling women with breast cancer about sticking to their treatment. She offered what's called "motivational interviewing,"
A scientist in Australia has come up with an insecticide-free way to control a particularly pesky species of mosquito. The approach involves two things: deploying a decidedly low-tech mosquito trap called
What do the Dalai Lama and a bass-music fanatic getting low at 3am at Burning Man have in common? A surprising amount, actually. From mood enhancement and relaxation to full-blown oneness with the cosmos,
WASHINGTON (AP) — For all his errant swings at the facts, President Donald Trump sometimes gets it just right. “There’s been no first year like this,” he told a Florida rally last month. Were truer words
With Stoptober and Sober October starting soon, we asked readers to tell us how they broke bad habits - and how this changed their life. Here’s what you said Sunday is the start of October, which means
According to a recent study conducted at Northwestern University and published in the Journal of Neuroscience, artificially creating a "fight or flight" response might increase your ability to remember
You've probably been hastening the death of your phone's battery with your charging habits. This story originally appeared on Business Insider Do you know how to keep your smartphone's battery healthy?
We know that Tim Ferriss is a New York Times best-selling author. We know that he's an extraordinarily successful entrepreneur, and an investor. What many don't know about Tim Ferriss is that he has bi-polar