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Striving For The Perfect Diet Is Making Us Sick

One cannot live on kale alone<p>Americans today have a complicated relationship with food, to put it kindly. Sure, mega-portioned processed meals and spiking rates of diabetes still dominate headlines. But in a climate that now includes $70-a-day juice cleanses, four gluten-free lifestyle magazines, …

Hearst Magazines

Housekeeping

Kitchen tip: Muffins 101 ... and a recipe

Muffins were one of the first things I ever baked growing up. And as simple and approachable as they may appear, even these cute little cakes gave me some problems the first time around. But muffins -- and cupcakes -- don't have to be difficult. In fact, they really are quite easy, as long as you …

Soft Beer Pretzels | Taste of Home

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Dessert

Make a Buttery, Moist, Perfect Pound Cake by Avoiding These Common Mistakes

A good pound cake is hard to find—but you can definitely make one at home. Crack the code with these tips from our test kitchen.<p>If you've ever had a piece of subpar pound cake, you know how depressing it can be. What should be sweet and soft is nothing more than a heavy, dry piece of bread …

Highlights From A Never-Before-Published Interview With Henri Matisse

Design Observer has published an illuminating, long-lost interview with French artist Henri Matisse. Read some highlights here.<p>In August of 1946, after the end of World War II, an art-obsessed American soldier named Jerome Seckler interviewed legendary French painter Henri Matisse. At the time, …

Henri Matisse

Trying to Be Less Stupid: The Hard Work of Brain Science

Book Talk<p>A renowned neuroscientist discusses where the next big breakthroughs in understanding the brain will come from.<p>Michael Gazzaniga was still a graduate student when he helped make one of the most intriguing discoveries of modern neuroscience: that the two hemispheres of the brain not only …

Santa Barbara

Court concludes firing a woman for breastfeeding isn’t sexist because men can lactate

An Iowa woman went to the United States Supreme Court hoping to find justice in a sex discrimination lawsuit against her employer who terminated her job because she’s a breastfeeding mom.<p>Instead of a ruling in her favor, the Supreme Court rejected her petition to overrun the trial court’s decision …

25 People On What Love Means To Them (And Why It’s Always A Subjective Experience)

Our relationship with love is one that begins from the time we enter into to this world until the day we depart from it. It’s a relationship so …

Kick procrastination's butt with your iPhone

We procrastinate when whatever we're supposed to be doing feels too scary, too daunting, too challenging, or just too much. We're adverse to negative …

Jessica Walsh And Timothy Goodman On Life After “40 Days Of Dating”

A new book chronicles the designers’ viral dating experiment, and the aftermath. We caught up with Walsh and Goodman about love and design.<p>In July 2013, after struggling with opposite relationship problems (fear of commitment vs. love of love), New York-based designer friends Timothy Goodman and …

11 Red Velvet Recipes Perfect for Valentine’s Day

An old-fashioned Southern cake, red velvet is traditionally red or reddish-brown and made with buttermilk, cocoa, vinegar, and oil, which makes for a …