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The Best New Gluten-Free Bakery: Sweet Laurel Recipes

A month or so ago, we received an email from a friend raving about a birthday cake she’d ordered from a new Paleo, gluten-free, refined sugar-free …

James Hewitt Was Prince Harry's Real Father Claims New Play 'Truth, Lies, Diana'

A new West End play about Princess Diana will claim - yet again - Prince Charles is not Prince Harry's real father.<p>'Truth, Lies, Diana' will reignite …

Jane Austen in quotes: 30 tips for a successful life

Who needs modern self-help gurus when a 19th-century novelist had it all worked out? Fortify yourself for the first Jane Austen day with quotes from her novels – and let us know the ones we have missed<p>Sarah Seltzer on the link between Jane Austen and online feminism<p>It’s no longer universally …

National Geographic Magazine

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Extreme Sports

Scared Of Heights? Your Ancestors Might Be To Blame

New research into the ways that humans develop phobias has come upon a surprising theory: It could be genetic. According to researchers at the Emory University School of Medicine, memories can be passed down between generations via genetic switches and chemical changes in DNA that make experiences …

Neuroscience

The mystery of Chopin's death

<b>When Polish composer Frederic Chopin died in 1849 he seemed to have suffered a classic Romantic death from tuberculosis. But doubts soon arose about the diagnosis, and a scientific examination of the heart earlier this year, while at first appearing to confirm the TB theory, left the mystery</b> …

Piano

Richard III was blue-eyed, blond, but should he have been king? DNA puzzle

New DNA tests reveal Britain's long-lost King Richard III was blue-eyed and likely blond-haired, but they also raise intriguing questions over whether he -- and other monarchs before and since -- should have been on the throne at all.<p>Experts researching the case of the "King in the car park" -- a …

Newborns Resemble Innocent Angels in Photography by Erin Elizabeth

Photographer Erin Elizabeth has a knack for taking adorable photos of newborns. In fact, the award-winning photographer is also one of Australia's most recognized for newborn photography. Since 2008, she's been capturing babies from a few days old to a few weeks old in her studio using only 100% …

Photography

The Art of Zelda Fitzgerald

<i>Zelda Fitzgerald's paper dolls of her family</i><p>Zelda Fitzgerald is, still, best known as the wife of F. Scott Fitzgerald. True, Zelda was an inspiration for heroines and dialogue in his stories, and half of the golden couple of what Scott dubbed "The Jazz Age," but she was also an accomplished writer, …

Literature

Science behind wheat-free diets 'surprisingly thin' and 'selectively used'

University of Warwick research finds “overwhelming evidence” that whole grain foods such as cereal and bread have “clear health benefits"<p>The science behind wheat-free diets is “surprisingly thin” and “selectively used”, experts claim.<p>Researchers from the University of Warwick said there was …

Whole Grain

Archaeologists Think They Know Why Mysterious 'Witch Girl' Was Given Deviant Burial

Archaeologists in northern Italy have unearthed the skeleton of a teenage girl who lived there hundreds of years ago. The skeleton itself is unremarkable, but its unusual face-down position in the grave has some calling the child a "witch girl."<p>The skeleton has yet to be radiocarbon-dated but is …

A breakfast on the go is a habit to die for

There are as many middle-class people becoming overweight as there are poor - and coffee shops are partly to blame<p>There is a blackboard outside a café in Glasgow Central Station which presents a typical quandary of our gluttonous times. “Cake” is scrawled on one side, with an arrow pointing inside. …

Canada launches mission to map Arctic seabed

<b>Canada has launched a mission to map the Arctic seabed to support its bid to extend its territory up to the North Pole.</b><p>The six-week mission comes in the face of competing claims from other countries, including Russia.<p>Two ice-breakers are setting out from Newfoundland to collect data from an …

Canada

Canada sends mission to Arctic as part of North Pole bid | DW | 09.08.2014

Canada is sending two icebreakers on a scientific mission to the High Arctic to gather data to bolster its plan to lay claim to the sea floor under …

Canada