Kole Davis

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10 iPhone texting tips you'll wish you'd known all along

These are the not-so-obvious tips iPhone pros use.<p>If your iPhone ($499.99 at Cricket Wireless) is constantly binging and buzzing and you are continually apologizing for missing texts and not responding in a timely fashion, then it might be time to dig in to some of the features in iMessage that can …

Text Messaging

An AI detected colorectal cancer with 86 percent accuracy

We've heard of many different uses for AI within the medical field, including for prediction of heart attacks and detection of Alzheimer's. Now, it looks as though machine intelligence could be applied to early detection of cancer as well. A group of Japanese researchers has figured out a way to …

To Mend a Birth Defect, Surgeons Operate on the Patient Within the Patient

HOUSTON — The patient, still inside his mother’s womb, came into focus on flat screens in a darkened operating room. Fingers, toes, the soles of his feet — all exquisite, all perfectly formed.<p>But not so his lower back. Smooth skin gave way to an opening that should not have been there, a bare oval …

Pregnancy

This is the most ridiculous goal in soccer history -- and it's not even close

In case you weren't keeping your eye on the Thailand soccer scene this weekend, we've got you covered. And before you say, <i>Why would I ever care about the Thailand soccer scene?</i>, you need to check out the following highlight. Trust us.<p>Yahoo! has the details of what might be the most ridiculous goal …

Soccer

The 7 Books Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella Says You Need To Lead Smarter

The well-read CEO recommends books that have informed his own thinking and that of his team at Microsoft in formulating the company’s turnaround.<p>If you spend time with Satya Nadella—as I did on several occasions this year while researching our new cover story on the dramatic impact he’s had on …

‘The American War’: The Vietnamese who fought in the Vietnam War have rarely told their stories — until now

<i>After each episode of “The Vietnam War” airs, our new podcast — “The American War” — will break down the major themes and questions raised. We’ll talk to Ken Burns, Lynn Novick and others involved with the documentary for a new perspective on how the film was made and what it all means.</i><p><i>Subscribe:</i> …

Vietnam

50 Lifestyle Changes for Happy + Healthy Living (+Free Printable List)

<i>50 Lifestyle Changes for Happy + Healthy Living</i><p>Very often, it’s those small lifestyle changes that can make a difference and really transform your …

5 Natural Ways to Fall Asleep Faster

If even after a long, exhausting day of cleaning up after the kids and being unappreciated at work, you're still having trouble sleeping, don't fret! …

29 New TV Shows to Watch This Fall

The Deuce revists the 1970s porn industry, American Horror Story considers the election, and Alias Grace brings another Margaret Atwood classic to the small screen.<p>What does September mean in this moment of Hasn’t-Even-Peaked-Yet-Peak-TV? Basically, a <i>lot</i> of television. Although the summer wasn’t …

Here Are 15 Meals You Can Make In 15 Minutes

No excuses, you guys.

Cooking

Here's What Happens When You Eat Nothing but Fruit for a Week

I always thought the word <i>fruitarian</i> was like the word <i>chocoholic</i>—a cutesy term used to describe someone’s food preferences but not actually a real way …

Most dietary supplements are useless — here are the ones you should take

The idea of a pill that can improve your overall health is an appealing one.<p>Unfortunately, no matter how colorful their packaging or hopeful their messaging, most vitamins and supplements fall prey to the same problem: We simply do not need them to be healthy. Some supplements — particularly those …

Millennials Now Outnumber Boomers in the U.S.

Mil­len­ni­als now make up a lar­ger part of the pop­u­la­tion than boomers, ac­cord­ing to the latest Census Bur­eau data.<p>People who were born …

How ISIS’s ‘Attack America’ Plan Is Working

The terrorist group’s sophisticated social-media campaign is reaching its audience in the United States. What it does next has law enforcement …

The Science of Near-Death Experiences

Empirically investigating brushes with the afterlife<p>Near-death experiences have gotten a lot of attention lately. The 2014 movie <i>Heaven Is for Real</i>, about a young boy who told his parents he had visited heaven while he was having emergency surgery, grossed a respectable $91 million in the United …

Teaching in the Age of Minecraft

A popular video game provides a new medium for educators and students to unleash their creativity.<p>Like many 11-year-olds in Texas, Ethan had to build a model of the Alamo as a school project. Often, students make their dioramas out of paper mache or popsicle sticks, but Ethan’s teacher gave him …

Here are all the commercials that ran during the Super Bowl, in order

There were some clear stand-outs, and a few ads t hat didn't go down too well with the tens of millions of viewers watching the game.<p>There were 71 national ads in total (Many more ads aired during the game, but these were bought on a regional — and far cheaper — basis.) Re-watch your favorites.

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25 Artists You Need To Start Listening To In 2015

2015 should be an amazing year for music. Between expected releases from Kendrick Lamar, Modest Mouse, Kanye West, Radiohead, Drake, Adele, Chance The Rapper, Frank Ocean, James Blake and Fleetwood Mac, to name but a select few, this year should make up for the lack of impact albums that marked …

Why Teens Are Impulsive, Addiction-Prone And Should Protect Their Brains

Teens can't control impulses and make rapid, smart decisions like adults can — but why?<p>Research into how the human brain develops helps explain. In a teenager, the frontal lobe of the brain, which controls decision-making, is built but not fully insulated — so signals move slowly.<p>"Teenagers are not …

The Brain

The 7 Best Gadgets for Ski Freaks

Buyenlarge/Getty Images<p>Buyenlarge/Getty Images<p>Robert Abbott Sengstacke—Getty Images<p>Gordon Rynders—New York Daily News Archive/Getty Images<p>AP<p>Paul …

Is internet addiction real?

Advertisement<p>7 Comments<p>Credit: Pond5/lasse<p>The stories are numerous, yet extreme, and thus widely covered. You’ve probably heard at least a few.<p>In …

Four cups of coffee a day could save you from skin cancer

Wake up and smell the coffee - it may be protecting you from cancer<p>Coffee lovers may be on to something. Aside from a necessary aid to wake up in the morning, a new study published in the<b>Journal of the National Cancer Institute</b>has found that drinking coffee could protect you from skin cancer.<p>The …

Cancer

Even for the active, a long sit shortens life and erodes health

Maybe those of us who sit for long hours in meetings, on phone calls, and tapping away at keyboards should be getting hazard pay. New research that distills the findings of 47 studies concludes that those of us who sit for long hours raise our average risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease,<p>type 2 …

Ergonomics

VIDEO: Kevin Garnett throws the ball at, head-butts Dwight Howard

KG goes nuts vs. the Rockets, throws the ball, head-butts Dwight, gets ejected. Tried to go after him twice!<p>Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard and …

Basketball

Blood test could pick up Alzheimer's Disease 10 years before symptoms appear

The test developed by researchers at the National Institute on Aging, distinguishes between patients and healthy elderly with 100 percent accuracy<p>A new blood test for Alzheimer’s could detect the disease as many as 10 years before clinical diagnosis is possible - far sooner than other tests in …

Dementia

Millennials' surprise: There isn't an app to solve all problems

Poverty? Isn't there an app for that?<p>None of my college journalism students has asked me that one — yet. But I wouldn't be all that surprised if one of them did.<p>Millennials, it seems, have very different ideas about how to solve urban problems. And unlike the notions of this retirement-age New …

Wearable sensors gather lots of data _ now to make it useful

LAS VEGAS (AP) — It's not just about how many steps you've taken or how many calories you've burned in a day. Wearable fitness trackers and health …

Wearable Tech

What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother

From joy and attachment to anxiety and protectiveness, mothering behavior begins with biochemical reactions.<p>The artist Sarah Walker once told me that becoming a mother is like discovering the existence of a strange new room in the house where you already live. I always liked Walker's description …

Pregnancy