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Have Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering Students Solved The Nuisance Of Nasal Congestion?

A team of five biomedical engineering undergraduates at John Hopkins University (JHU) plan to manufacture and sell a device that they say would achieve the same effect as nasal reconstructive surgery for sufferers of chronic nasal obstruction – a condition that affects tens of millions of …

Biomedical Engineering

Free Eye-Catching Résumé Templates To Help You Stand Out From The Crowd

<b>Competition in the</b> employment market can be tough. Thanks to this list of 17 free résumé templates by Creative Bloq, you can choose from a variety of …

Freebies

The (super enjoyable) Japanese secret to becoming a morning person

In an ideal world, your morning routine would <i>always</i> set you up for a kickass day ahead. But if you’ve got a packed to-do list, it’s all too easy for …

Rosa Parks Was My Aunt. Here's What You Don't Know About Her.

This week would've marked her 105th birthday — it's time to move beyond the quiet seamstress narrative.<p>This is how you know her: She was the tired …

Retiring a millionaire at 43 hasn't made me 'happier' — but it was definitely worth it

The other night, I had a bizarre nightmare. I was with my co-workers at my old work site, begging to get my job back. I felt terrible for quitting.<p>The nightmare disturbed me so much that I woke up. I eventually went back to sleep, but couldn't stop thinking about the bad dream the next morning. Did …

This is exactly how long you need to meditate for it to work

Sure, the idea of being that person in the office who’s always blissed out (instead of anxious and overcaffeinated) sounds pretty great—and it’s been …

These studies will make you want to quit sugar for good

If you’ve got a sweet tooth, it’s not always easy to cut back on your sugar intake.<p>But the health benefits may bolster your resistance to the sweet …

20+ Traditional Wedding Outfits from Around the World

Today, many people think that weddings strictly feature grooms in tuxedos and brides “all dressed in white.” While there's nothing wrong with a nice suit or ivory gown, not all betrothed couples go this route. In fact, in countless cultures around the world, traditional wedding outfits look much …

Brides

Scientists Found a Way to Heal Wounds With Regular Skin Instead of Scar Tissue

A lot of people have scars after they’ve healed from some injury or surgical procedure and sometimes they can be rather unsightly to look at. Up …

Generosity - Why Do We Westerners Find It So Painful?

So here we all are, spending money on unnecessary things for people who don't need them, while half the planet starves or gets bombed. Does this …

14 apps that will help you stick to your New Year's resolutions

Thankfully, there are apps to help you keep on track.<p>We combed through Apple and Google's list of the best apps of the year, along with Business Insider's own reviews and Tech Insider's App 100, to pull together a list of 14 apps that will help you reach your goals a little faster.

Apps

What Listening to Music at Work Does to Your Brain (It's Pretty Amazing)

Music has enriched people's personal lives pretty much since the beginning of time, but scientists today have uncovered how best to make music enrich your professional life, too.<p>When the office is almost too much to stomach, music can deliver much-needed relief on the job. Before you press Play, …

Extreme online security measures to protect your digital privacy – a guide

Mark Zuckerberg uses tape over his webcam. Even if you’re not worried about industrial espionage, there’s no such thing as too much security<p>Outlook and other email clients let you install a personal security certificate, which you can use to encrypt email so that only trusted recipients can read …

Mark Zuckerberg

Meet the 75%: the young people who voted to remain in the EU

How does it feel to be one of the 75% of 18- to 24-year-olds who voted to remain in the European Union?<p>According to polling data from YouGov, 75% of 18- to 24-year-olds voted to remain in the European Union. On Friday, the UK voted to leave, with 52% of the overall vote.<p>How does it feel to be one …

10 Evening Habits Of Highly Successful People

The same old motivational secrets don’t really motivate you after you’ve read them for the tenth time, do they?<p>How about a unique spin on …

This Is What Actually Happens to Your Body When You Don't Get Enough Sleep

Sleep deprivation messes with you from head to toe—and a third of the population is losing a lot of zzz's.<p>There's no question that sleep deprivation is an American epidemic, with a third of the country getting less shut-eye than the recommended 7 to 9 hours per night, according to recent research …

15 Interesting Creative Ways To Maximize Limited Living Space

We’d all like to have a place to call our own, a spot in the world where we can say, “I am king of this spot”. But space – or the lack of it – is …

What Are Those Floaty Things in Your Eye? Science Explains

We thought it was just us.<p>If you've ever noticed tiny worm-like shapes or transparent blobs in your field of vision - you know, those things that …

How Russia's New Facial Recognition App Could End Anonymity

FindFace's technology may one day allow anyone to identify you with their phone.<p>Imagine you’re sitting in a coffee shop. Out of the corner of your eye, you see a stranger pointing his phone in your direction. The next day, you get an email from someone claiming to have seen you at the coffee shop. …

Privacy

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Wristband that can tell if you've been drinking wins US award

Device helps doctors accurately measure patient’s drinking history, and not just depend on most recent tests<p>A San Francisco-based company has won a US government-sponsored competition with an alcohol monitoring devices that can be worn on the wrist, the latest milestone in the development of …

7 apps that’ll kickstart your meditation practice—for good

Meditation is simple, right? In theory, at least, it requires nothing more than functioning lungs—but as anyone who’s tried it can attest, focusing …

How Teddy Ruxpin Inspired this Entrepreneur to Pursue Product Licensing

An Introduction to Our Newest Columnist Stephen Key<p>In the mid-80s, I had the fortune of working at the red-hot toy startup Worlds of Wonder in its …

Defense of the Carbohydrate-Insulin Model Redux: A Response to Kevin Hall

<i>July 6, 2016 update — The full study by Hall and colleagues was published today in</i> <i>American Journal of Clinical Nutrition</i><i>. This final version</i> …

The Natural Skin-Care Products Derms Swear By

It's a common story: You spend countless hours wandering the aisles of Whole Foods for the best healthy lunches, log an impressive amount of work-out …

Skin Care

11 actions you can take today to start getting rich, according to a self-made millionaire

The good news is that success is a learnable skill, and anyone can start thinking, acting, and making choices like the super wealthy.<p>In T. Harv Eker's bestselling book, "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind," the self-made millionaire identifies specific "millionaire mind actions" that could help you …

Success

Panama Papers: Here are some of the biggest British-based celebrities to be named in the latest data dump

The database consists of more than 200,000 companies, trusts, foundations, and funds incorporated in countries around the world and countless names of the wealthy, and often famous people who shelter their cash there.<p>The findings of the so-called Panama Papers investigation were first unveiled at …

ICIJ

Why You Can’t Lose Weight on a Diet

SIX years after dropping an average of 129 pounds on the TV program “The Biggest Loser,” a new study reports, the participants were burning about 500 fewer calories a day than other people their age and size. This helps explain why they had regained 70 percent of their lost weight since the show’s …

11 Resume Designs with Slick Personal Branding

Here at HOW, our goal is to provide graphic designers of all skill levels with the resources to sharpen their talent. We also aim to assist our …