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This App Shows How Climate Change Is Affecting the World Around You

You’ve heard about what climate change is doing the arctic and to the sea levels around the world. But sometimes it can be hard to understand what’s …

The Scariest Airports To Fly Into

Flying might be one of the safest modes of transportation, but you must admit -- landing at one of these airports will make even the most confident flier grip the arm rest.<p><i>by Laura Ratliff, Condᅢᄅ Nast Traveler</i><p>Flying might be one of the safest modes of transportation, but you must admit -- landing …

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9 Behaviors That Make You Eat More

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A Remarkably Simple, Low-Cost Way to Reduce Juvenile Crime: Thinking Slow

The intervention has been effective in Chicago schools and detention centers.<p>Juvenile crime and school drop-out rates are big social problems, so the natural instinct is to address them with big social programs. As a result cities get massive public policies aimed at poverty, education, family …

Your Shot: Breakfast Around the World

The Plate<p>If you’re the kind of person who grabs coffee and an energy bar while running out the door, it may be time to rethink your breakfast.<p>In Thailand, people sit down with steaming hot bowls of rice porridge called <i>jo</i><i>k,</i> brightened with bits of pork or shrimp and fish sauce, of course, or maybe …

This Is How To Play With Your Food Like An Artist

Have you ever imagined that a pile of broccoli was actually a forest? Or that your scoop of ice cream was a treacherous mountain? Don't worry, you're …

Hired for Their Looks, Promoted For Their Heroism: The First Flight Attendants

Ellen Church could fly, but the airlines weren’t interested in hiring women pilots in 1930. In fact, they weren’t convinced that women could do <i>any</i> …

Artist's Illustrations Remind Us Love Is The Little Things

Love is cooking dinner on a Tuesday night; lazing on a Sunday afternoon; riding bikes through the park. Love is the little things.<p>Korean artist Puuung captures this in illustrations for the "Love is.." series showcased on Grafolio, an online forum featuring works from various artists, and updated …

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From “Economic Man” to Behavioral Economics

When we make decisions, we make mistakes. We all know this from personal experience, of course. But just in case we didn’t, a seemingly unending stream of experimental evidence in recent years has documented the human penchant for error. This line of research—dubbed heuristics and biases, although …

Save Money and Shop Smart: Know the Style Pyramid | The Art of Manliness

Let’s just be honest: style, for men, is a hard thing to grasp. It’s especially hard when buying new clothes. We always forget our sizes, we don’t …

Adventures In Vietnam — Street Food, Love And Taking Chances

When English journalist Graham Holliday got tired of his office job in the U.K., he knew he wanted a change — a big one.<p>So he packed up and moved to Asia, first to Korea to teach English and ultimately, to the place that would be his home for nine years: Vietnam. As soon as he arrived, he was …

Here's What Happens When You Bring Jon Snow To Your Dinner Party

Which celebrities or icons would make your fantasy dinner invite list?<p>Perhaps Barack Obama so you could have a word in his ear? Or what about Stephen …

Why We Act Irrationally: What Drives Our Senseless Habits

<i>James Clear writes about using behavioral science to master your habits and improve your health. His free guide, Transform Your Habits, has been downloaded more than 80,000 times. This post originally appeared on his blog.</i><p>It was 1977 and, although nobody knew it at the time, psychologist Ellen …