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"Nature is not good to human beings": A food industry titan makes the case for a new kind of diet

The modern food movement has brought us to a fork in the road. On one path are people who say it is enough to eat the fresh fruits and vegetables that spring from the earth, the milk from our cows, and the meat from farmed animals. Simplicity is the path to fulfillment, and sticking close to nature …

Arctic shouting change: This year’s report card shows we’re not in good shape

<b>FILE - In this Friday June 13, 2008 file photo, a polar bear stands on an ice floe near the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard, Norway. Scientists said Friday, Nov. 25, 2016 that Svalbard has seen such extreme warmth this year that the average annual temperature could end up above freezing for the</b> …

Automation Won't Create New Jobs Like Technology Did In The Past

“Increased productivity leads to more wealth, cheaper goods, greater spending power and ultimately, more jobs,” said the Wall Street Journal in the latest entry in the counterpoint to articles declaring the end of work.<p>People should trust things will work out and know the weight of historic …

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Trump, aided by fake news, wages a war on science and your children’s future

As Trump’s team and others move climate denial and fake news into the mainstream, the media seems paralyzed.<p>“Science is my passion, politics is my …

Vanadium-Flow Batteries: The Energy Storage Breakthrough We've Needed

The latest, greatest utility-scale battery storage technology to emerge on the commercial market is the vanadium redox battery, also known as the vanadium flow battery.<p>V-flow batteries are fully containerized, nonflammable, compact, reusable over semi-infinite cycles, discharge 100% of the stored …

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Happiness - What Makes People Happy Study LSE

Relationships and sound mental health are what really make us happy, rather than money, according to new extensive research.<p>A landmark study by the …

Normal Mole vs. Melanoma: What to Look for in a Self-Exam

Melanoma is the most deadly of all skin cancers. An estimated 46,000 Americans will develop melanoma every year, and 7,700 Americans will die from it …

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How Investing In Preschool Beats The Stock Market, Hands Down

Mayor Bill de Blasio this week pushed ahead with plans to make New York City one of nation's few big cities to offer free, full-day Preschool for all 3-year-olds­­.<p>The plan, which would eventually serve more than 60 thousand children a year, builds on one of Mayor de Blasio's signature …

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Trump brings Koch network's green-energy foes from the fringe to the center of power

When an obscure nonprofit group attacked one of California's signature green-energy projects this summer — warning a congressional panel that the embrace of solar energy would lead to crippling hikes in electricity bills — officials in the state shrugged off the testimony as noise from the …

Here's Where Donald Trump Gets His News

Since winning the presidential election, Donald Trump has reportedly skipped out on the majority of his intelligence briefings; this past Sunday, Trump made headlines after sharing false information blaming his loss of the popular vote on mass voter fraud — a claim previously reported by the …

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Trump and China on collision course

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> In speaking on the telephone with Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen and lashing out at China on Twitter over the weekend, President-elect Donald Trump did more than bewilder leaders in Beijing and the White House.<p>He made clear that he's serious about his vows to wring a new deal …

Foreign Policy

Ravenous Bacteria Eats Poop and Produces Power

Researchers at Ghent University have hit on a method of harvesting energy from raw sewage that treats the wastewater without using external …

On Black Friday, reflect on the Ponzi scheme that is our global economy

And who better to oversee our unsustainable economy than Donald Trump?<p>Black Friday has become an orgiastic celebration of unbridled consumerism. It’s …

Trump’s Interests vs. America’s, Dubai Edition

Despite its pledge to avoid new foreign deals, the Trump Organization is moving forward with expansion plans in the United Arab Emirates.<p>On August 5, the Trump Organization announced a new venture via Twitter: the Trump Estates Park Residences, “a collection of luxury villas with exclusive access …

The Fact Checker’s guide for detecting fake news

By Glenn Kessler<p>Glenn Kessler<p>The Fact Checker<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Anyone active on social media has probably done this at least once: shared something based on the headline without actually reading the link.<p>Let’s face it, you’ve probably done this many times. According to a study released in June by …

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The Healthiest Soup You Can Make Tonight, According to a Nutritionist

<b>Prepare for the cold weather ahead with our 18 favorite winter soup recipes.</b>

Vegan Thanksgiving dessert recipes that everyone — even carnivores — will love

Every part of your vegan Thanksgiving feast should be delicious — desserts included. And just because you're not using whipped cream to top off …

How to Get Comfortable With Being Uncomfortable (According to a Green Beret)

7 steps to acclimate yourself to extreme situations so you can excel at every level.<p>I've been an entrepreneur for seven years. Midway through the fourth year, things were coming to a head. I wasn't getting enough sleep. I wasn't exercising, and I wasn't keeping my mind clear with meditation.<p>In the …

US dementia rates drop 24%

A new study finds that the prevalence of dementia has fallen sharply in recent years, most likely as a result of Americans' rising educational levels and better heart health, which are both closely related to brain health.<p>Dementia rates in people over age 65 fell from 11.6 percent in 2000 to 8.8 …

Why gut feelings may really help you make risky decisions

By Ana Swanson<p>Ana Swanson<p>Reporter<p>Bio Follow<p>“Gut reactions” — subtle bodily sensations that result from risky behavior — have long been the stuff of financial market lore. Some successful stock market traders, billionaire George Soros included, have claimed they pay attention to bodily pains and …

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The four ways a Trump presidency could turn out, according to an expert in political upheaval

By Christopher Ingraham<p>Christopher Ingraham<p>Reporter covering all things data<p>Email Bio Follow<p>In fits and starts, the contours of the Trump administration will begin to take shape over the coming weeks. Like his campaign, the president-elect's transition is already shaping up to be a highly …

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How great leaders inspire action

Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership -- starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples …

LinkedIn's Newest Target Audience Might Surprise You

With an open appeal to Small Business Owners, LinkedIn is venturing deeper into its desire to be a platform where business deals get done.<p>LinkedIn is courting a new (and some would say, surprising) audience - Small Business Owners.<p>It's a far cry from the tried-and-true groups of job seekers and …

What Every American Should Know About Zika

In an era that’s witnessed a brief but terrifying Ebola epidemic, the resurgence of yellow fever and dengue, and the emergence of wholly new diseases …

Beware Of Big Brown Globs In The Waters Off Hawaii Beaches

Some near-shore waters can be heavily contaminated with fecal matter. Talks are underway about when signs should be posted.

What Trump And Hitler Have In Common

Our president-elect isn't like the Hitler of the 1940s, but his rhetoric has a lot in common with the Hitler of the 1920s.