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Eight Great Sheet Masks

They may make you look temporarily terrifying, but sheet masks are a great go-to for an instant hit of hydration. A brilliant quick fix for dull and …

Skin Care

Best Red-Carpet Beauty 2015

Cannes Film Festival

Some Birds Tune Color, Never Fade With Age

Certain birds can fine-tune their color by the second, giving them an ageless multi-hued look that never fades over time.

Birds

The Science of Pets

<b>Introduction</b><p>Dog Days and the Cat’s Meow <i><br>by Dawn Stover</i><p><b>Section 1: For the Love of Pets</b><p>1.1 Pets: Why Do We Have Them? <i><br>by Daisy Yuhas</i><p>1.2 What Your Pet …

Pets

iPads could be good for toddlers because they are more like traditional play

The majority of two year olds who have access to iPads and smartphones can already swipe, unlock and actively search for apps and features.<p>Not all screen time is bad for toddlers as iPads and smartphones can help them learn in the same way as interactive play, scientists have found.<p>Last year the …

Pets as therapists: Exploring emotional benefits of dogs, cats

Julie Barton was sitting on the couch one day with her head in her hands, utterly defeated by the severe depression that filled her with sadness and self-loathing, when she felt an unexpected warmth in her toes. Her fluffy red golden retriever puppy, Bunker, was sitting on her feet.<p>"He leaned …

Today in science: If you're about to get an infection, this bandage turns green

Even with the most intense precautions, it’s difficult to predict if and when an infection will arise, which is often why doctors will dole out …

A faster, cheaper water filter, thanks to sugar

A new filter material may be better at straining contaminants from water than the activated carbon in your faucet filter—and may be cheaper and …

Five questions about today’s winter solstice, answered

The longest night of the year and how it works.<p><i>Note: This article was originally written in 2015. It has been updated with the latest info.</i><p>1. When is the 2017 winter solstice, <i>exactly</i>?<p>Pretty much right (<i>looks at watch</i>) now. The winter solstice always occurs when the sun is right smack dab on top of …

Astronomy

Mystery of swirling Northern Lights finally solved

Scientists from Japan's Kyoto and Kyushu Universities have identified the cause of auroral surges, the dancing polar lights that have endured as one …

The Scientific Reasons Why Introverts And Extroverts Are Different

<b>This article first appeared on</b> <b>QuietRev.com</b><p>I’m standing in the crowd in front of the stage at the small gritty music club. My two friends—both extroverts—are on either side of me, swaying along with the crooning Indie singer and smiling. I was having fun for a while, but now I’m ready to head home …

Behavioral Sciences

Do Skimpy Clothes Force Men's Brains to Objectify Women?

Science can't shut up about how men can't help the fact that they sometimes seem like they might be thinking with their penises because their brains …

Scientists discovered another reason why you should stop eating lunch alone at your desk

As usual, I assumed that I was crunched for time and had better not take even a half-hour break to socialize with coworkers.<p>It's hardly an uncommon feeling. Surveys have found that a whopping 80% of workers eat at their desks, in spite of research that suggests taking a midday break can be highly …

Fire Fighting

Why Sadness May Lead to Physical Disease

Feelings of stress and sadness have been linked to an increased risk for several health problems, including stroke, metabolic syndrome, and heart …

Sleep Scientist Says Starting Work At 10 A.M. Is What Nature Intended

A sleep scientist in England just confirmed what we already knew: getting to work before 9 a.m. is torture.<p>"Staff should start at 10 a.m.," Paul Kelley, an honorary clinical research fellow at Oxford University's Sleep and Circadian Neuroscience Institute, told attendees at the British Science …

Sleep