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The neuroscience of change: How to train your brain to create better habits

“The chains of habit are too weak to be felt until they are too strong to be broken.” — Samuel Johnson<p>A lot of our daily actions are automatic. Your …

These Food Apps Will Actually Help You Shop, Cook, and Eat Better

So you’ve made the decision to reboot your diet: Eat healthier, cook more, and—once you download all the necessary apps—live your best food life. But …

The 4-Move Workout That Chisels Your Abs and Strengthens Your Lats

Hit your front and back with this circuit from the Men’s Health Fitness Director<p>Attack your abs and your lats with this core routine. Your lats are considered a part of your core because they assist in stabilizing your spine. The stronger your lats—and the rest of your core—the better your …

6 Bad Habits to Break to Be More Productive

Productivity can mean the difference between a task taking one hour or two hours. Over time, even a few minutes lost can really add up. You need to …

Why Are So Many Muslim Refugees in Europe Suddenly Finding Jesus?

AMSTERDAM — Hundreds of Pakistanis and Afghans have been lining up at a local swimming pool in Hamburg, Germany, to be baptized as Christians. In the …

Faith

Why "Love the Sinner, Hate the Sin" is Essential: A Response

A number of faith leaders argued for the end of the ideology "love sinner, hate the sin", in a previous post here, especially in relation to LGBT communities. These comments are important to voice. As a Christian, I too am outraged at the targeting of the LGBT community in the Orlando shooting. …

Regular Christians Are No Longer Welcome in American Culture

One of the most elaborate national celebrations of liberty leading up to Independence Day is the U.S. Catholic Bishops’ new annual “fortnight for …

Long-Term Pot Smoking Doesn’t Seem to Harm Health: Study

Even after years of heavy use, marijuana doesn’t seem to have much of an impact on the physical health of the body.<p>So finds a recent study published …

Summer Entertaining Ideas

So here is something I thought I’d never say: I bought a barbecue. A real, full sized, tomato shaped Bee-bee-que. Not a grill, not a fire pit, a BBQ. …

Memorial Day Weekend

The Best White T-Shirts For Men: Basic Tees That 9 GQ Staffers Swear By

You could spend hours—hell, days—just searching for the perfect white T-shirt. Or you could take a shortcut and follow the advice of the experts. When it comes to style basics like crisp white tees, the men of <i>GQ</i> have tried 'em all (it's practically our job). But because <i>GQ</i>'s staff isn't made up of …

Clothing

Why Batman: The Animated Series Is the Best Batman Ever

What’s your favorite version of Batman? Tim Burton’s? Christopher Nolan’s? Maybe you should consider that <i>Batman: The Animated Series</i> actually has the …

'Since I became a Christian I fear no one': Refugee explains mass conversions from Islam

More and more Muslim refugees have been converting to Christianity in Europe, according to reports from churches. One of the new converts told RT: “I …

January 2016

9 Sneaky Causes Of Depression

From the weather to your lifestyle habits.<p>For some people, sub-zero temperatures aren’t the only difficult side effect of winter. Approximately 10 million Americans also experience seasonal affective disorder, a depression-related mental health condition that waxes and wanes depending on the time …

Did Joseph Build the Great Pyramid at Gezah?

Dr. Ben Carson has made lots of controversial headlines this week with his assertion, that turns out to be qute common in certain Adventist/Fundamentalist Christian circles, that the biblical Joseph, of the book of Genesis in the Bible, in fact built the Great Pyramid of Cheops--the one that …

Archaeology

Watch Anthony Bourdain Explore the Sights, Sounds, and Tastes of Istanbul, Turkey

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Characters from Classic Paintings Are Inserted into the Modern World

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov unites the past and present by giving characters from classic paintings the chance to explore our modern world. The artist skillfully utilizes Photoshop to insert vintage muses in stores, on buses, on stairwells, and in the midst of urban alleyways for his ongoing …

6 Phrases That Change Meaning After Parenthood –

The last time I said, “Let’s do it” to my husband, we were both standing over a mound of fresh dung that had been excreted on the carpet by my …

10 Mindsets That Will Radically Improve Your Performance

Success is something all career-driven individuals desire yet it eludes many people — at least at the levels desired. Why are some businesspeople …

How the 25 Richest Americans Failed Miserably

Resilience may be more important than luck to your success. One thing these multimillionaires have in common is the ability to bounce back.<p>It's common knowledge that most entrepreneurs fail at some point. Sometimes it's a colossal failure that results in a startup closing its doors.<p>Other times, …

Even After Hobby Lobby, the Religious Right is Still Terrified

There is nothing intimidating about the building, other than its sheer size and the many millions of dollars it took to build it. In fact, it is one …

Something to Cook (for Rosh Hashanah): Beef Brisket

<b>We rarely need an excuse</b> to enjoy a great beef brisket. Yesterday and today just offer an added bonus with Rosh Hashanah upon us. The Jewish new year's classic dish may be apples dipped in honey, but often they go hand in hand with dishes like this delicious brisket from Canter's Deli in Los …

Hearst Magazines

Hearst Magazines

What Makes a Hero?

After 31 days, and 31 inspiring stories, here are a few ideas<p>This summer, <i>Men’s Health</i> editor Andrew Daniels pitched an idea to tell a story a day for a month. The question we asked ourselves: What subject would be complex enough, evocative enough, and interesting enough to keep people engaged for …