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Novel antioxidant makes old blood vessels seem young again

Older adults who take a novel antioxidant that specifically targets cellular powerhouses, or mitochondria, see aging of their blood vessels reverse …

Wellness

9 Flatbread Recipes That Might Even Rival Pizza

Whether you favor a hangover-friendly stuffed crust or consider yourself adept in all things sourdough, it's hard to top a classic slice of pizza — just ask Julia Roberts. But we may have found the flatbread that will have you pausing on that marinara salivation. Not only is flatbread a lighter, …

Cooking

If You're Cutting Carbs to Lose Weight, Don't Make This Common Mistake

Think all carbs are created equal? Nikki, known as justget.fit on Instagram, posted this comparison photo for those watching their carb intake in order to lose weight. Most people think of bread, pasta, rice, and cereal when they restrict carbs, but Nikki wants you to remember that fruits contain …

Nutrition

The illusion of time

BOOKS AND ARTS<p>Andrew Jaffe probes Carlo Rovelli’s study arguing that physics deconstructs our sense of time.<p>Andrew Jaffe<p>Andrew Jaffe is a cosmologist …

Quantum Mechanics

12 Authors I Desperately Need New Books From

Barbara Kingsolver is the celebrated author of THE POISONWOOD BIBLE and FLIGHT BEHAVIOR, among many other works. She received the National Humanities …

Books

How to lose weight if you're addicted to food, according to cognitive scientist who struggled for years

Susan Peirce Thompson struggled for decades to lose weight. She tried everything, from diet books and rigid workout regimens to running a marathon. …

Diabetes

The Darker Side of Leonard Cohen

On November 10, 2016, the night Leonard Cohen’s death was announced, pilgrims began assembling at the doorstep of Cohen’s Montreal home to cry, pray, …

Literature

About the boys: Tim Winton on how toxic masculinity is shackling men to misogyny

In an excerpt from a speech about his new book The Shepherd’s Hut, the author says it is men who need to step up and liberate boys from the race, the game, the fight • Winton on writing ‘with my heart in my mouth’ – podcast<p>I don’t have any grand theory about masculinity. But I know a bit about …

Feminism

A neuroscientist explains what could be wrong with Trump supporters’ brains

There’s no doubt that Donald Trump has said many things that would have been political suicide for any other Republican. And almost every time he …

Psychology

Ancient Vikings Used Crystals to Navigate in a Surprisingly Legitimate Way

Sunstones are unexpectedly accurate natural compasses.<p>For hundreds of years, Vikings were the masters of the seas, controlling the northern Atlantic …

Archaeology

12 Brilliant Books You Can Read in a Weekend

There's something for everyone in this diverse collection of novels, memoir, and nonfiction and each book can be devoured, cover-to-cover, in 48 …

Books

20 Low-Maintenance, Satisfying Vegan Lunches

Vegan lunches = so not cool when they’re just a giant pile of lettuce. Ditto when they require seven specialty ingredients that you couldn’t even …

Cooking

Old brains can still grow cells like young ones, study finds

Researchers have found that human brains keep making new neurons throughout their lifespans, unlike the brains of other primates<p>Old age may weigh on …

Neuroscience

How I went from earning $100 per hour to over $1,000 per hour working for myself

Whatever your industry or job title — coach, consultant, or employee — earning $1,000 per hour might seem like a dream that's totally beyond your reach. Well, it doesn't have to be.<p>In the early days of my coaching and consulting business, I charged as little as I could — for all kinds of reasons — …

New York City

20 Impressive-Looking Puff Pastry Dinners That Are Secretly Really Easy

Every smart lady has a few tricks up her sleeve; puff pastry is ours. It bakes into a perfectly golden crust every single time, no fussing necessary. …

Cooking

18 Energy Bowls That Will Give You an Instant Boost

We’re always on the lookout for meals that keep us full enough to avoid a 3 p.m. vending machine rampage (the struggle is real), but without making …

Kelly Ripa Credits This Unusual Diet for Her Bikini Body—at Age 47

She strict diet and exercise regimen to stay in tip-top shape.<p>Kelly Ripa is 47 and works hard for her body — even if the internet trolls think she …

Wellness

Why San Francisco is a nightmare, according to science

San Francisco can be a tough place live for a lot of reasons. Sky-high housing prices can make it nearly impossible to find a place. In February, a 1,000-square-foot home with no working plumbing and a pile of rotting mattresses stacked in the kitchen sold for more than $520,000.<p>Even tech moguls …

San Francisco

What Drives Men To Violent Extremism

Sociologist Michael Kimmel says some white men feel their place in American society is being threatened. Kimmel talks with NPR's Korva Coleman about his new book <i>Healing from Hate.</i><p>Transcript<p>KORVA COLEMAN, HOST:<p>Reports of violence are never in short supply. And it comes in many different forms from …

Extremism

How to see race

Race is a shapeshifting adversary: what seems self-evident takes training to see, and twists under political pressure<i>By Gregory Smithsimon</i>Read at Aeon

Black Lives Matter

Mike Judge on ‘Silicon Valley,’ T.J. Miller’s Exit and How ‘Idiocracy’ Endures

“Silicon Valley” returns to HBO Sunday after a particularly terrible week for Silicon Valley, as Facebook dealt with fallout from revelations about the Cambridge Analytica data breach and Uber notched a horrific milestone: The first pedestrian killed by a driverless car.<p>“The tech world of four or …

Silicon Valley

Clown and Metaphysician: On Matei Calinescu’s “The Life and Opinions of Zacharias Lichter”

FROM A CULTURAL PERSPECTIVE, life in a totalitarian country like Romania of the 1950s and 1960s offered certain benefits. All over Europe, on both …

Literature

Could I rewire my brain to lose my worrier mentality? | Toronto Star

A skew to one way or the other is known as a cognitive bias — in other words, an assumption we don’t know we are making. The direction and strength …

Literature

The key to Leonardo da Vinci's genius is a practice that anyone can learn

In late 2017, <i>Salvator Mundi</i>, one of Leonardo da Vinci's paintings, sold for $450.3 million.<p>For a child born out of wedlock in the 15th century, that's quite an accomplishment. And yet, many would argue that this isn't even close to being his greatest contribution to humanity.<p>When the word</i> …

Creativity

How knowledge about different cultures is shaking the foundations of psychology

The academic discipline of psychology was developed largely in North America and Europe. Some would argue it’s been remarkably successful in …

Psychology

50 Books from the Past 50 Years Everyone Should Read at Least Once

Challenge accepted.<p>Fifty contemporary classics everyone should read at least once—only 50? There are hundreds we could include, and if we did, this …

Books

7 Ways To Tell If Someone Was In Your Past Life, According To Psychics

Have you ever met someone you immediately felt a strong connection to? Despite the fact that you're strangers, you just have a feeling that you <i>know</i> …

Mind Over Body: A Psychiatrist Tells How To Tap Into Wisdom And Grow With Age

We’ve all seen it happen: An older friend or family member retires, is diagnosed with a serious illness or loses a spouse. Suddenly, this …

What Airbnb Did to New York City

Airbnb’s effects on the city’s housing market have been dramatic, a report suggests. And other cities could soon see the same pattern.<p>There are two kinds of horror stories about Airbnb. When the home-sharing platform first appeared, the initial cautionary tales tended to emphasize extreme guest …

Housing