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The Pasta Sauce Hailed as the World's Best Is Surprisingly Easy to Make at Home

Just as Julia Child changed the way Americans felt about French cooking, Marcella Hazan changed the way they felt about Italian cooking. And though …

Want to become a multi-millionaire? Do these 15 things immediately

“The greatest reward in becoming a millionaire is not the amount of money that you earn. It is the kind of person that you have to become to become a …

Self-improvement

How To Pay Off Your 30-Year Mortgage In A Fraction Of The Time

The housing market has been going up, and as a result, a lot of investors and homeowners are finding themselves benefitting from substantial appreciation on their home values. Investors often approach me with the problem of too much “lazy” equity in their homes.<p>Sophisticated investors know the …

Personal Finance

The 3 most valuable applications of AI in health care

Artificial intelligence could prove to be a self-running growth engine for the health care sector in the not-so-distant future.<p>A recent report from Accenture analyzed the “near-term value” of AI applications in health care to determine how the potential impact of the technology stacks up against …

Forget Dining Out: Here Are 9 Healthy Recipes Our Readers Say Are Tastier

Clean eating doesn’t mean you can’t have Mai Fun.<p>There’s nothing more satisfying than cooking a dinner so delicious you’d choose it over a restaurant …

Cooking

AI Will Change Health Care Jobs for the Better

Smart machines tend to elicit both awe and deep anxiety. This is especially true in health care, where people’s hopes and fears tend to get magnified quickly. Consider three issues that get a lot of attention: the use of medical records, the “human touch” in medical care, and the future of jobs in …

Inside the Elusive World of Gore-Tex

What the Hell Is It Anyway?<p>You know Gore-Tex. You probably wear it. But, it’s also very likely that you don’t actually know how the hell it works. …

Tax season: Top tips for 2018

Tax season is rapidly approaching and both taxpayers and financial advisors are still getting acquainted with all the finer details of the GOP’s new legislation.<p>This year, tax filing season extends from Jan. 29 until April 17.<p>With the sweeping changes enacted to the nation’s tax code beginning in …

3 Easy Ways to Build a Killer Investment Portfolio

Follow these examples.<p>MONEY has just released its expanded 2018 list of the 50 best mutual funds and 50 best ETFs to own.<p>What makes these funds great …

What Your Resume Should Look Like in 2018

Plus a free downloadable template.<p>Let’s be honest: Writing a resume is a drag.<p>After all, this isn’t exactly a task for the gainfully employed. If …

Ten cryptocurrency predictions for 2018 from the co-founder of the Blockchain Research Institute

A year ago, Alex Tapscott (my co-author of <i>Blockchain Revolution</i>) and I made some predictions for 2017. At the end of the year we compared those predictions to what had actually occurred. Overall they stood up well.<p>Notably we said: <i>“Bitcoin will hit $2,000 (that’s right: one bitcoin will be worth</i> …

Blockchain

Want to Invest in a Startup? Here's What You Need to Know.

Invest in founders first, and ideas second.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Fifteen years ago, the funding landscape for startups looked entirely different. Through the development of new startup funding options, entrepreneurs now have more ways than ever to get their …

The Medical Virtualist—Time for a New Specialty

Medicine has seen a proliferation of specialties over the last 50 years, as scientific discovery and care delivery advanced. Diagnoses and treatments …

Medicine

We're Working Nurses to Death

"Every time you're at work, it’s a bad day. There isn’t a chance of having a light day anymore.”<p>Nurses do the work that neither hospitals nor patients could live without, which comes at an ever-increasing physical and emotional cost, as they are expected to aid sicker patients for longer hours with …

This Is Why Blockchains Will Transform Healthcare

The blockchain revolution has made its way to the healthcare industry, and it’s only the beginning of what’s possible. Healthcare Rallies for Blockchain, a study from IBM, found that 16% of surveyed healthcare executives had solid plans to implement a commercial blockchain solution this year, while …

Blockchain

Scripps launches $2.6 billion building plan

Scripps Health is embarking on a $2.6 billion building boom that its chief executive says is the largest in the organization’s 125-year history.<p>The …

Google adds wait times for restaurants to save you from hangry arguments

Google wants to save you from the nuisance of waiting in line at your favorite restaurants. This is why the company is launching a new feature for Maps and Search that will make it easier to check estimated wait times at restaurants so you can skip the queue.<p>The functionality essentially helps you …

Silicon Valley's Secret: The Law Of Many Ventures

Nearly every country, state and region is trying to emulate Silicon Valley’s success. But no one has been able to recreate the magic of Silicon Valley – not yet.<p>So what is it about this narrow slip of land between San Francisco and San Jose that has built billion-dollar companies in unending …

Silicon Valley

4 reasons why US health care is so expensive

<b>(CNN) —</b> Health care spending in the United States increased by about $933.5 billion between 1996 and 2013, according to an analysis published Tuesday in the medical journal JAMA. More than half of this surge was a result of generally higher prices for health care services.<p>Joseph L. Dieleman, lead …

Health Care

Experimental technology can 'smell' disease on your breath

<b>(CNN) —</b> Smell is a primary human sense, key to our survival.<p>Like a super-sensitive human nose, an experimental technology can "smell" and identify the chemical composition of a person's breath and then diagnose up to 17 potential diseases, according to the scientists who developed it.<p>These …

Breast Cancer

NHS now lets you talk to a doctor through a video call

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) is introducing “GP at Hand,” a service which allows patients to have a consultation over video call.<p>The NHS has teamed up with Babylon Health, a healthcare provider which enables users to have appointments through video calls or text, through its app. Anyone …

How Do You Prepare Your Kids For Entrepreneurship? Teach Them These 5 Lessons | Inc.com

It's hard for me to say if I would be the entrepreneur I am today, had I not tried my hand at selling cookies door to door when I was 4 years old, or held the responsibility of running the neighborhood paper route.<p>In fact, my first real entrepreneurial invention was a pencil holder made out of …

Kids

Surgical dressing fights infections with electricity

<b>A surgical dressing that becomes electrically active on contact with bodily fluids could help to can prevent infections and combat antibiotic</b> …

The secrets of gecko tails could help heal human spine injuries

They can sprout new tails in the span of a month.<p>Humans tend to think of themselves as the superior species. But the way we heal our bodies is extremely basic: We can (usually) mend our bones pretty well, but if we lose a limb or damage our spinal cords we are pretty much stuck. Geckos are far …

Cell Biology

This one type of acid reflux drug is linked to doubled incidence of stomach cancer

New research, published in the wonderfully-named journal "Gut," is enough to give you heartburn. Time to switch to Zantac.<p>A link between PPIs and a …

Medical Research

Who Makes The Real Money In Innovation?

Everyone talks about innovation. Many governments, universities, and corporations spend fortunes to innovate – to develop new businesses that can create wealth and jobs. But the real money in new products and emerging industries has been made by billion-dollar entrepreneurs, such as Gates, Jobs, …

Innovation

Here's My Buffett-Inspired Real Money, High-Yield, Dividend Growth Portfolio

Vast tomes have been written about the investing prowess and legendary success of Warren Buffett.<p>And it's not hard to see why the man is revered as …

Investing

Modius is a neurostimulation wearable that tricks your body into burning fat

Wear this headset for 45 minutes a day, and you could hack your body into burning more fat resulting in a leaner, meaner look. No, it’s not a …

Fitness