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This Is the Best Acne Skin-Care Routine, According to Kendall Jenner's Dermatologist

It's hard to believe from her high-fashion editorials, or even her paparazzi photos, that Kendall Jenner suffers from acne. But the 20-year-old model wrote a very personal blog post about it on her website last year. And now she has posted a video on her site in which her "skin guru," Christie …

8 Small Things That Made A Big Difference In This Writer's Divorce

"Anyone who says you can’t outrun your troubles has never laced up her kicks and hit the trails."<p><i>If there's ever a time you need a little distraction in your life, it's during the divorce process. That's why we launched our Divorce Care Package series. With each post, we'll show you what things --</i> …

Do You Let "Fat Days" Keep You From Going Out?

You know that flaky friend of yours who always seems to cancel on you at the last minute? Do you believe her excuse that she suddenly has to work late or she thinks she may have caught the office stomach bug?<p><i>Telegraph</i> writer Rebecca Reid penned an essay this week in which she quoted a recent report …

Self-esteem

Suicide, Creativity, Depression and the Solace of Solitude ⋆ LonerWolf

Shares 4K<p>Happiness in intelligent people is the rarest thing I know. ~ <b>Ernest Hemingway</b> (The Garden of Eden)<p>I’ve been reading Infinite Jest for the …

Mental Health

The Sad Socrates Effect | Opinion | The Harvard Crimson

I’m probably the only one, but with all the talk about depression at Harvard my mind has been jumping to John Stuart Mill, who once argued, “It is …

Business is booming at the Harvard of pot in California

OAKLAND, Calif. — Jean Kennedy has a BS in biology and a master’s in special education. Now, she’s trying to decide what to do with her third degree: a certificate of achievement from Oaksterdam University, the Harvard Business School of marijuana.<p>“I’m Italian,” said Kennedy, 56, a retired high …

The best (and worst) ways to spot a liar

Forget body language or eye movements. There are much better ways to identify the deceitful.<p><i>This story is part of BBC Future’s “Best of 2015” list, our greatest hits of the year. Browse the full list.</i><p>-<p>Thomas Ormerod’s team of security officers faced a seemingly impossible task. At airports across …

Body Language

Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime

From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges<p>Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes, and flash flooding are no longer a threat to human life. Or a time when flying from London to …

Oxford Dictionaries Adds 'Fat-Shame,' 'Butthurt' and 'Redditor'

Bill O'Leary—The Washington Post/Getty Images<p>Brian Harkin—MCT/Getty Images<p>Lucas Jackson—Reuters/Corbis<p>Ulf Andersen—Getty Images<p>Tina Fineberg—AP<p>Haraz …

What is it like to have never felt an emotion?

Some people seem to lack the capacity to feel joy, sorrow or love. David Robson discovers the challenges and surprising advantages of “alexithymia”.<p>Caleb is telling me about the birth of his son, now eight months old. “You know you hear parents say that the first time they looked at their kid, they …

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

The Week in Pictures: July 16 - 23

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Surfing

The people who need very little sleep

Is it true that some people need only a few hours of sleep? Helen Thomson talks to a woman whose genes might hint at how we all could survive on less shuteye.<p>What would you do if you had 60 days of extra free time a year? Ask Abby Ross, a retired psychologist from Miami, Florida, a “short-sleeper”. …

University of California

Here’s Everything You Need To Know To Actually Lose Body Fat

Losing fat isn't the same thing as losing weight. This is how it all works.<p><i>Everyone has their own goals for their health and wellness, and those goals vary from person to person. We get that not everyone is focused on losing body fat — and that is A-OK. But since some people do want to change their</i> …

Fitness

State Trooper Who Shot Escaped Inmate Hailed as 'Hero'

Darren McGee—Office of the Governor of New York<p>Darren McGee—Office of the Governor of New York<p>Darren McGee—Office of the Governor of New York<p>Darren …

We're Entering A Sixth Mass Extinction, And It's Our Fault

Species loss rate is 100 times greater than the expected rate<p>These days, sadly, it’s par for the course to hear of new additions to the list of myriad ways that irresponsible human activity is ruining planet Earth. The list is long and cruel, and although many people take these problems facing …

Want to Shrink Your Pores? These 5 Products Actually Work!

We’ll give it to you straight: No matter what any product promises, no lotion, potion, or cream can make your pores totally disappear. And you …

Scientists Finally Decide Which Bit of This Weird Animal is the Head

In 1977, British palaeontologist Simon Conway-Morris discovered the fossil of a truly weird animal, which he named <i>Hallucigenia</i> because of its “bizarre and dream-like quality”. He wasn’t kidding. The creature was so strange that it took fourteen years for scientists to work out which way up it …

Dinosaurs

American hatred: the most informative books about the far-right

No violent white supremacist in America is ever quite a “lone wolf”. Dylann Roof’s manifesto taught us that by itself. In it, he credits a group known as the Council of Conservative Citizens with verifying his youthful racist suspicions. The leader of that group, Ed Holt, has already been quick to …

Hate Groups

You are when you eat

<b>(CNN) —</b> We have all heard the age-old weight loss advice to eat less and exercise more. But a number of recent studies suggest that the key to dieting success is not just in how many calories you eat, or don't, but in when you eat them.<p>"There has been so much energy on what we eat and on …

Fitness

The myth of universal beauty

Would you have been beautiful in another era? David Robson discovers that attractiveness is more malleable and subjective than we might imagine.<p>The plus-sized comedian Dawn French would be unlikely to describe herself as a sex symbol, but was she simply born at the wrong time? “If I had been around …

Psychology

Film,Marvel,Culture,Comics and graphic novels,Books,Superhero movies,Spider-Man,The Amazing Spider-Man,The Amazing Spider-Man 2,Spider-Man 3<p>Comic book icon backs endeavour to create more gay superheroes but says he agrees with Sony’s decision to keep web-slinger’s ethnicity and sexuality …

Marvel Universe

The best young adult books of 2015

<b>How many of our best YA books of the year did you read in 2015?</b><p><b>Reveiws by Martin Chilton (and Rebecca Hawkes, where stated). The list is in no particular order.</b><p>See also: <b>best YA books of 2016</b><p><b>1. THE ART OF BEING NORMAL BY LISA WILLIAMSON (DAVID FICKLING BOOKS)</b> <br>Lisa Williamson's debut YA novel The Art …

Books

Why we want food so much it hurts

Be it chocolate, cheese or chip shop curry, craving a favourite food is something we’ve all experienced. Why do our bodies suffer such serious pangs? Veronique Greenwood investigates.<p>There's nothing like the salty tang of beef-flavoured Top Ramen broth and a mouthful of slightly overdone instant …

Ice Cream

12 Mental Tricks to Beat Cravings and Lose Weight

Using pure willpower to overcome cravings doesn’t always work. (If it did, dieting would be easy and we’d all be at our own healthy, feel-great …

How Modern Life Depletes Our Gut Microbes

Looks like many of us don't have the right stomach for a paleodiet. Literally.<p>Two studies give us a glimpse into our ancestors' microbiome — you know, those trillions of bacteria that live in the human gut.<p>And the take-home message of the studies is clear: Western diets and modern-day hygiene have …

Wealthier children have bigger brains, study finds

Brain scans offer new dimension to the so-called “achievement gap”<p>Richer pupils achieve higher academic grades because their brains are different, according to research.<p>Past research has shown pupils from low-income backgrounds fared worse than those from wealthier families.<p>Brain scans have now …

Stress eating helps, when they're these superfoods

<b>(CNN) —</b> When work deadlines begin piling up and your social calendar is booked, the last thing you want to hear is to steer clear of the vending machine. Who has time for healthy eating? But when it comes to combating stress levels, what you eat may actually help relieve your tension. Indeed, some …

Wellness

The surprising downsides of being clever

Can high intelligence be a burden rather than a boon? David Robson investigates.<p>If ignorance is bliss, does a high IQ equal misery? Popular opinion would have it so. We tend to think of geniuses as being plagued by existential angst, frustration, and loneliness. Think of Virginia Woolf, Alan …