Do you have a pretty great life, yet frequently find yourself feeling unfulfilled, stressed out, anxious or depressed? Most of us believe we should have daily rituals to stay physically healthy: exercise,
There was no shortage of distinguished politicians, journalists and dignitaries traipsing through Tim Shriver’s Maryland home when he was growing up. But the person who inspired John F. Kennedy’s nephew
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Weird & Wild A roe deer shot in Slovenia has a single antler that makes it look exactly like a unicorn. 3 Minute Read It looks like it just walked out of a fairy tale, but this deer with a single, unicorn-like
According to a recent poll by the National Sleep Foundation, 63 percent of Americans say their sleep needs are not being met during the week. Whether your lack of shut-eye is due to a difficult job, a
Sure, we've all smelled a fragrance that manages to evoke nostalgic memories, but the latest scent launch by Lili Bermuda is really sending us on a time-travel adventure---by 150 years, to be exact. In
Keep your belly full with these fiber-packed foods. A daily medium-sized apple—and its 4.4 grams of fiber—might keep the doctor away (at least according to the saying). But it can also get boring fast.
Neuroscientists explain how the brain creates that feeling of a ghost. You know that supernatural feeling that a ghost, angel, or spirit is nearby? A robot can now create that, according to the neuroscientists
Evolution has shaped every part of the body, and that includes our private parts. New research published this week sheds light on how the penis evolved and how it forms in different animals. The research
100 years after Sir Ernest Shackleton stepped foot on South Georgia, an island that had never been mapped, Google adds the subantarctic isle to its arsenal of Street View imagery. One hundred years after
These prismatic powders from Bar Tartine are great for DIY obsessives The prismatic powders that top so many dishes at San Francisco’s Bar Tartine—and at restaurants across the country—aren’t as crazy
Andrew Roberts’s life of Napoleon calls for a radical rethink of our attitudes to his aims and achievements Sometimes, it seems in France as if the French have never really quite got over Napoleon Bonaparte.
The Altai Mountains run from Siberia in Russia all the way down to Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. An enormous mountain range, it covers a vast area of over 16,000 kilometres and is studded with huge glacial and
From 1992 to 1997, children's horror author R.L. Stine churned out 62 books in the first iteration of his "Goosebumps" series -- a prolific output that amounts to nearly one book per month for five years.
How happiness feeds on the hard-earned blessing of making fewer apologies for our existence. “Living has yet to be generally recognized as one of the arts,” Karl De Schweinitz wrote in his 1924 guide the
Disability can sometimes be a tough topic to talk about. It’s especially hard when people without a disability struggle to fully grasp what’s it’s like to live with one. But when it comes time for talking,
Think again. It turns out there are plenty of low-stress professions in which you can pull in a pretty penny. We reached out to Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., a career-information expert, to find out which fit