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Simple blood test could stop doctors using 'trial and error' to prescribe antidepressants, scientists claim

A simple blood test could stop doctors using “trial and error” to prescribe antidepressants, scientists have claimed.<p>Researchers at King’s College London developed the test so experts can accurately predict whether people suffering from depression will respond to specific medication.<p>Around half of …

Lemon Cake From Scratch Recipe

"Super yummy, light lemon taste. A different thing to try is to put the cake mixture into large muffin tins to make a bunch of little cakes, you just …

Blog - Vanelja

Hello, Sunshine! So happy to see you here as I’ve got some real nice goodies waiting for you. Something I’ve created with loads of love and care and …

Articles about 5 modern gabled cabins on Dwell.com - Dwell

In Portland, Oregon, a designer creates an open, environmentally sensitive house for a client on a 5,000-square-foot lot.<p>It’s been awhile since we last visited the City of Light, so here’s a jaunt to five modern abodes we adore.<p>Refresh your home for the summer season with these simple modern …

9 Margaritas to Drink With Your Friends on Valentine's Day

Who needs a date when you have margaritas?<p>Host a friends-only Valentine’s Day party to remember with pitchers full of sweet-tart margaritas. From …

8 Things You Missed At Democrats' Final Iowa Town Hall

If you weren't tuned in to two hours of late-night cable, you would have missed Democrats making a final urgent pitch to voters Monday night in an Iowa town hall. We'll catch up you up.<p>-- Sen. <b>Bernie Sanders</b>, I-Vt., defended being a Democratic socialist — and admitted he'd raise taxes to pay for his …

27 Healthy Desserts You Can Make in a Blender

Soups, sauces, and smoothies are pretty standard fare for a blender. Now, expand the handy kitchen appliance’s repertoire to include dessert! Yep—you …

Dessert

One-Pan Pasta Is Easy to Make, Filling, and Requires Next to No Cleanup

Weeknights are busy enough without having to spend hours planning, cooking, and cleaning up dinner. Try this one-pan pasta for a fresh meal that’ll …

Poll: What is your favorite email app for OS X?

AppleInsider is looking for the best email application for OS X. Vote for your favorite email app and we'll tell you the winner next week.<p>Last week …

Breakthrough In Hydrogen Cracking Could Create Clean Fuel

Hydrogen fuel cells have been one of the most exciting areas of green energy for a long time. After all, a vehicle that runs and produces water as …

Introducing the Airport Sleepbox

Would you sleep inside this? If you're an avid traveler, then you know how hard it is to catch a little shut eye when your plane is delayed. A new design by Russian based studio Arch Group has already started fixing this problem.<p>The Sleepbox is a small cabin space that can be found in airports, …

Airports

12 emerging travel destinations that you have to visit in 2016

2016 is all about emerging destinations. Wilderness, wildlife and culture; these themes will illuminate the year's travel itineraries. Escapism and authenticity are key and nowhere offers them quite like fledgling and far-flung nations. Kyrgyzstan's vast rolling mountains, Iceland's wild natural …

Papua New Guinea

DNA from 4,500-year-old Ethiopian reveals surprise about ancestry of Africans

DNA from a man who lived in Ethiopia about 4,500 years ago is prompting scientists to rethink the history of human migration in Africa.<p>Until now, the conventional wisdom had been that the first groups of modern humans left Africa roughly 70,000 years ago, stopping in the Middle East en route to …

Anthropology

iOS9 making your iPhone slow? You're not alone

New version of Apple’s software appears to slow down the iPhone 4S, 5 and 5S in side-by-side tests, although disabling features may speed things up<p>Users complaining that their iPhones have slowed down after updating to the latest iOS 9 software may not be imagining it.<p>The new iOS 9 operating system …

iOS

11 ways to speed up your Mac

New MacBooks are very tempting, but upgrading a machine that can easily be salvaged makes no sense.<p>Here are some simple, free ways to speed up your Mac.

Apps

Solar Panels from CPS Energy: The San Antonio utility’s brilliant new business model for renewable energy.

The business model surrounding rooftop solar has changed dramatically in the past decade. Several years ago early adopters had to spend a lot of …

Scientists are raising important questions about the discovery of a new human ancestor

On September 10, scientists announced the truly remarkable discovery of thousands of bones belonging to a previously unknown species of human ancestor.<p>They gave the new species the name <i>Homo naledi</i>, after the Dinaledi chamber of the Rising Star cave where the bones were found.<p>The finding is already …

Anthropology

Joe Biden's interview with Stephen Colbert turned emotional

Biden told the host of CBS' "The Late Show" that anyone running for the White House should be able to tell Americans that his or her whole heart, soul, energy, and passion are in the race.<p>"I'd be lying if I said that I knew I was there," Biden, whose son Beau died in May, said in the interview, …

Ancient DNA cracks puzzle of Basque origins

<b>DNA from ancient remains seems to have solved the puzzle of one of Europe's most enigmatic people: the Basques.</b><p>The distinct language and genetic make-up of the Basque people in northern Spain and southern France has puzzled anthropologists for decades.<p>One theory proposed that they were an unmixed …

Anthropology

5 Insane Overwater Bungalows You Can Actually Afford

You might not be flush with cash, but that doesn't mean you need to give up on the overwater-bungalow fantasy, because who hasn't dreamed of staying in a cabana stilted over shimmering water, fish cruising below? We combed the world and came up with five stellar stays (like Punta Caracol above) …

Paddleboarding

Articles about 4 fantastic bunk beds on Dwell.com - Dwell

New Zealand’s Studio Magazine goes behind the doors of Windy City design firms to see how the city's creatives work.<p>The larger-than-life, exuberantly patterned wallpaper by the Paris studio Minakani Walls makes me want to decorate my house like...<p>To Johanna Grawunder, a turned-off chandelier is …

Chicago

10 Luxurious Cabins That Are Well Worth the Trip

These far-flung resorts bring new meaning to getting away.<p>When you <i>need</i> to get away, a trip outside town isn't going to cut it. You need remote, you need relaxation, and you need luxury. We've picked out the world's most luxurious cabins, all of which are a flight and a bumpy Jeep ride away.

8 Must-See Cities of Eastern Europe

Surprisingly modern, thrillingly packed with people, and budget-friendly as can be, Eastern Europe should be on your list this year. Not only will fall flights be cheaper, but the U.S. dollar is strong against many Eastern European currencies. Aside from all that, you can expect to see some …

European Travel

Watch Best of Enemies and See Political Debates Before They Were Idiot Charades

James Wolcott on the documentary about the famed debates between Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley.<p>At long last, for those of us hanging around the train depot in anticipation, the documentary <i>Best of Enemies</i>—an explosive time capsule devoted to the eruptive clash between William F. Buckley Jr. …

Chinese scientists just admitted to tweaking the genes of human embryos for the first time in history

Nishimasu et al, 2014<p>A group of Chinese scientists just reported that they modified the genome of human embryos, something that has never been done …

Genetics

The story of the most important Cold War spy most people have never heard of

One of the most significant US intelligence operations in modern history took place in the heart of Soviet Moscow, during one of the most dangerous stretches of the Cold War.<p>From 1979 to 1985, a span that includes President Ronald Reagan's "evil empire" speech, the 1983 US-Soviet war scare, the …

National Security

Slack is amazing, but will its success destroy any semblance of work/life balance we have left?

Thinking through remedies for the always-on, always-communicating world<p><b>[Original post here]</b><p><b>About the author:</b><i><br>Hi. I'm Matt Galligan, a</i> <i>product design & strategy consultant</i> <i>that previously co-founded three startups:</i><i>Circa</i><i>,</i><i>SimpleGeo</i><i>, and</i> <i>Socialthing</i><i>.</i><p><i>This is the first in a series on ideas or problem areas</i> …

Productivity