Isabelle Maloy

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This 10-Minute Cardio Yoga Workout Will Help Make You More Flexible

Gone are the days where yoga was synonymous with only gentle stretching. Yoga now comes in a range of styles and practices, including Hatha, Iyengar …

Seeing Yourself as Einstein May Change the Way You Think

<i>Summary: Using a virtual reality simulation to ‘become’ Albert Einstein helps to enhance cognitive performance in those with low self esteem, a new</i> …

Epigenetics study finds fathers pass cold weather "experience" down to kids

While your genes are more or less set in stone, the way they're expressed can be changed by environmental or lifestyle factors, and there's evidence …

These are the best nights to plan a date under the stars

If ever there was a time to avoid the Netflix slump in your relationship (which is crushing your sex life, BTW), summer is it. Sure, the latest in …

Think you have remarkable memory traits? Share them by participating in the Harvard PGP-Lumosity Memory Challenge

It all starts with Professor George Church’s vision. Church is a core faculty member at the Wyss Institute and professor of genetics at Harvard …

HPE supercomputer used to advance modeling of the mammalian brain

A Swiss research initiative called the Blue Brain Project is using a supercomputer based on the HPE SGI 8600 System to model regions of the mouse …

Two existing drugs may boost lifespan: 'Exciting' study reveals common chemo pill could be taken every six months to stave off the aging process

Two existing drugs could extend your lifespan and improve your health, a new study claims.<p>As we age, more and more cells in our body start releasing …

Winter sex produces skinnier babies who never have to worry about their weight, study finds

Winter sex is more likely to produce naturally skinny individuals who never have to worry about their weight, a study suggests.<p>On the other hand, babies conceived in the heat of summer may face a life-long struggle to stay slim.<p>Scientists have linked cold weather conception to larger amounts of …

Man’s gross plan to take upskirt photos blows up in his face

A Wisconsin man received a dose of sweet justice when he tried to hatch a plan to take unauthorized videos up women’s skirts.<p>The 32-year-old man …

Why Hope Endures For An Alzheimer's Treatment — And Biogen Could Be First

When Kris Bakowski was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease in 2002, the Georgia resident felt relieved to finally put a name to the fog that was …

Could PRP Injections Be Medicine’s Fountain of Youth?

<b>First, what are PRP injections?</b><p>If you’ve even casually followed sports in the last 10 to 15 years, no doubt you have heard about platelet-rich plasma …

Does Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda Really Help With Weight Loss?

An apple cider vinegar and baking soda mixture might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you’re trying to lose weight or improve the …

How To: 100+ Secret Dialer Codes for Your iPhone

The dialer screen on your iPhone has a lot more to it than just entering phone numbers and hitting the green call button. It's not very obvious, but …

These Brain Foods Have Been Found to Increase Your Focus, Help You Think More Clearly, and Give You a Longer Life

Eat walnuts, sardines, and salmon, and you're off to a fast start.<p>While drinking coffee is a necessary cultural norm that keeps us alert and productive throughout the day, a daily caffeinated fix can have spiraling effects that wreak havoc on the body.<p>Before lighting your torches and starting …

Sugar Cravings Are No Match for a New "Switch" Discovered in the Brain

Tasting sweetness isn't always enjoyable.<p>As soon as sugar touches your tongue, your nervous system kicks into high gear. The tongue tells the brain’s …

12 Books For People Who Like Learning Things But Don't Want To Work That Hard

Whether you're interested in science, sex, or politics, we've got something for you.

Walmart Offers Employees College For $1 A Day

College for $1 a day?<p>If it sounds too good to be true, it’s not.<p>Walmart, the largest private sector employer in the U.S., announced a new plan yesterday to pay for college for its 1.4 million employees.<p>Here’s how it works and what you need to know.<p><b>Walmart College Plan</b><p>Walmart will offer all …

College & University

Staring Into Someone's Eyes For 10 Minutes Induces an Altered State of Consciousness

Volunteers even ended up hallucinating.<p>In 2015, a psychologist in Italy figured out how to induce a drug-free altered state of consciousness by …

New Theory Suggests That We Live In The Past Of A Parallel Universe

Whether through Newton's gravitation, Maxwell's electrodynamics, Einstein's special and general relativity or quantum mechanics, all the equations that best describe our universe work perfectly if time flows forward or backward.<p>Of course the world we experience is entirely different. The universe …

Dark Matter

This Eye Cream Claims to Work Immediately, So I Tried It and Took Photos

Dr. Brandt's eye de-puffing gel, Needles No More, No More Baggage, has long been recommended to me by a trusted beauty source, AKA my friend with …

First drug designed to prevent migraines approved by the FDA

A monthly shot designed to prevent migraines was approved by the Food and Drug Administration on Thursday, opening the door for an expensive yet …

Experimental Ebola vaccine could be 'game-changer' in Congo outbreak

<b>(CNN) —</b> Health officials remain hopeful that an experimental Ebola vaccine will help control the outbreak sweeping the Democratic Republic of Congo in central Africa.<p>Since April 4, 45 hemorrhagic fever cases have been reported, including 25 deaths, the health ministry said Thursday. Fourteen of …

Ebola is back. It’s an emergency.

By Editorial Board<p>AS THE world learned in 2014, early action against a pandemic is absolutely critical to save lives. In the Ebola outbreak that year, the global response was abysmal and lethargic. The virus killed 11,314 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. This is why specialists are …

Disease

A mix of Viagra and the flu vaccine could treat cancer: Bizarre cocktail is now being tested in humans after reducing the disease by 90% in mice

A combination of Viagra and a flu vaccine could treat cancer, surprising new research suggests.<p>The unconventional strategy invigorates the immune …

Immunotherapy

Exercise may actually speed up dementia

Exercise may speed up the progress of dementia, new research suggests.<p>Oxford University experts found two weekly gym sessions helped improve physical …

Is feeding babies peanuts the cure for nut allergies?

In late 2010, when England-based health-and-science writer Robin Nixon Pompa gave her then-4-month-old daughter, Clara, a tiny portion of her …

Rat Studies Suggests Early Interventions for Dementia Can Make A Difference

New research reveals that dementia care can be instigated before brain cells die, potentially enhancing the benefits and effectiveness of …

Climate change can take a toll on mental health, new report says

By Jia Naqvi<p>Climate change is not only harmful to our physical health — it can be debilitating for our mental health as well, according to a report published Wednesday.<p>Severe weather events and natural disasters linked to climate change have the most dramatic impact on mental health, according to …

Scientists have found a way to improve memory with magnetic stimulation

The ability to remember sounds, and manipulate them in our minds, is incredibly important to our daily lives — without it we would not be able to …

Mathematics

Harvard Scientists Discover How to Repair DNA Damage and Reverse Cellular Aging — What It Means for Skin-Care

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to tell you your skin is aging. (I don’t care if you’re 20 — your skin has taken some hits since infancy.) But it does take one heck of a geneticist to figure out how to throw that whole chain reaction into reverse. Scientists have known for a while that the …