Dell Farrell finally found something that WORKED. Before: 152 pounds After: 119 pounds When I left home for college, I went from a stick-thin schoolgirl to being more than 20 pounds overweight. To try
This is the second part of our look at some of Chicago taverns, offering my personal choices of places that serve good drinks and offer a taste of history. Judging by reader response to that first article
Philips continues to expand its popular Hue lineup of ingenious lighting products with the introduction of its first wireless dimmer. The four-button (on/off, dim up/down) dimmer can be stuck to the wall
Author Notes: We enjoy these, and my savory sausage and apple Chelsea Buns, while getting organized at the trailhead of our early Thanksgiving morning hike. I use Paul Virant's pumpkin butter, the recipe
New research says high-intensity intervals on a bike can lead to better running performance. Even if you’re not a huge fan of the stationary bike, here's a good reason to hop on for at least 15 minutes
Structural biologists are revealing the astounding complexity of the molecular machinery of life. But why is it so hard to get any real sense of our molecular nature? I’d like to show you your inner molecule
There are some things in life—French fries and funnel cake, for example—that taste really good but make you feel really bad after you’ve finished them. And then there are others, like celery and rice that
His wife was just thirty-four. They had two little girls. The cancer was everywhere, and the parts of dying that nobody talks about were about to start. His best friend came to help out for a couple weeks.
Here at Food52, we love recipes—but do we always use them? Of course not. Because once you realize you don't always need a recipe, you'll make your favorite dishes a lot more often. Today: Make banana
Author Notes: A quick and easy biscuit recipe flavored with garlic powder and oozing with sharp cheddar (adapted from the Davis Baking Powder can). It's high-rising, flaky, and only takes 20 minutes to
Throughout his career, Duke University neurology professor Allen Roses has challenged what for decades has been the prevailing orthodoxy in Alzheimer’s research: Namely, the “amyloid hypothesis,” which
Researchers have used Google Maps tech to create zoomable “maps” of the human body. No, you won’t need Dennis Quaid to travel to the Innerspace of your body–just a little Google Maps know-how. Researchers
If the grocery store isn't your favorite place, it should be. We're sleuthing for the best back-of-the-box recipes and each week we'll share our latest find. Today: The perfect chocolate cake recipe has
While levitation photography is nothing new, Taiwanese-French-American photographer Mickael Jou’s self-portraits of himself leaping through the air are exceptionally elegant feats of movement and grace.