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How Living Abroad Helps You Develop a Clearer Sense of Self

In today’s increasingly globalized world, more and more people are choosing to live, work and study abroad—and this trend appears to be a good thing: social science studies have shown that international experiences can enhance creativity, reduce intergroup bias, and promote career success.<p>To better …

Psychology

The 16-year-old girl who walks and eats tacos while on life support

<b>(CNN) —</b> Zei Uwadia was the girl next door who would get lost in a good book, took quiet hikes in nature and preferred being alone in her room to socializing at another teen party.<p>With her determined spirit and independent attitude, the 16-year-old student at North High School in Wichita, Kansas, …

Medicine

‘Rewilding’ Missing Carnivores May Help Restore Some Landscapes

If you’re lucky, you can spot a gray wolf in Yellowstone National Park. But a century ago, you’d have been hard pressed to find any there. Poisonings and unregulated hunting obliterated nearly all of these majestic canines from Canada to Mexico, their original home range.<p>Then the rewilding …

Wildlife

Once Written Off for Dead, the Aral Sea Is Now Full of Life

ARALSK DISTRICT, KAZAKHSTAN<p>Thanks to large-scale restoration efforts, the North Aral Sea has seen a resurgence of fish—a boon to the communities that rely on it.<p>Omirserik Ibragimov fixed his gaze on the hole he had carved out from the frozen Aral Sea. The 25-year-old’s hands moved steadily, pulling …

Geography

Geophysicists record volcanic thunder for first time

Rumblings of volcanic thunder have been recorded for the first time by geophysicists who monitored a series of violent eruptions on an island in the northern Pacific Ocean last year.<p>Volcanic lightning, very, very frightening<p>Read more<p>The thunderclaps were created by lightning in the towering plumes …

Earth Science

Neanderthals Actually Weren't Jerks, Unlike Many Homo Sapiens

Our evolutionary relatives were compassionate caregivers.<p>As soon as the first Neanderthal fossils were discovered in 1856, the ancient hominins …

Air Pollution Can Have a Greater Effect on Human Gene Expression Than Ancestry

A Canadian analysis found that where a person lived was more significant of a factor in gene expression than their heritage.<p>Exposure to air pollution …

Why Cats Knock Everything Over, According to Science

Mystery solved.<p>Cats are both feared and loved by their humans and the entire internet, mostly because of their bizarre behaviors. One of their …

Pets

Why Can't I Get Over My Painful Childhood?

In his book <i>How People Change</i>, psychiatrist Allen Wheelis describes childhood events that continued to affect him well into the sixth decade of his …

Psychologists have explored why we sometimes like listening to the same song on repeat

Bittersweet songs were listened to more often than happy or relaxing songs, and provoked a deeper connection<i>By</i> Alex FraderaIt’s that song. Again. The …

Psychology

Never-Before-Seen Mineral Found Inside a Diamond

Calcium silicate perovskite (CaSiO3) is thought to be the fourth most abundant mineral on the planet, but until recently, it had never been observed …

Artist resurrects obscure fossils in gorgeous living colour

Normally depicted as lunch for other animals, illustrator Franz Anthony brings a diverse range of fossil cephalopods to life<p>Although the coiled shells of ammonites are a familiar fossil when it comes to reconstructing past environments through art, invertebrates like cephalopods (the group that …

Paleontology

These Photos of Bullets Tearing Apart Portraits Aren’t What They Seem

For his new project titled “Explosion Collages,” photographer and visual artist Fabian Oefner created a series of photos showing portraits being …

We Might Finally Understand the Hurricanes in Saturn's "Hexagon" Storm

Saturn is a beautiful planet that makes little to no sense. It has kittens, a shitload of rings, and, of course, a massive hexagonal hurricane on its …

Astronomy

The Differences Between Busy vs. Productive People

Are You a Busy Donkey or a Productive Unicorn?<p>The quest to being more effective at work has hatched misconceptions about what having a productive workday really means. It has also led most people into thinking that being busy is tantamount to being productive.<p>Here are some valuable insights into …

A Counterintuitive Approach to Your Irritable Teen

Some things about raising teens are counterintuitive. Like knowing that when they’re irritable or angry and you feel rejected, it may not work to …

Gallery Hunting for Photo Thief to Let Her Curate an Exhibit

An art gallery in Croatia is asking the public for help in identifying a thief who stole a photo from an exhibition. But the gallery isn’t trying to …

Depression stems from this, not the brain

Ever come across people who seem to have everything going well for them yet depression finds a way to be a hindrance in their life? And, you may have …

Depression

Doctors Learn to be Sexist In Med School, and Female Patients Pay

"Your symptoms are assumed to be all in your head."<p>In a recent episode of <i>Grey’s Anatomy</i>, the surgeon Miranda Bailey realizes she’s having a heart attack. Rather than go to the doctors at her own hospital, she heads out for another emergency room—where she’s initially dismissed as merely</i> …

Space Photos of the Week: Juno Helps Jupiter Show Off Its Stripes

This week in space we’re staying within our solar system. After all, there’s a lot to see! We’ll begin with our neighbor Mars and its moons Phobos …

“When all we ever tell kids is what they CAN’T do, they have a hard time figuring out what they CAN do.”

How many times a day do we tell our kids (or students) what they’re not allowed to do?<p>So many times that we can see the resentment on their faces …

Lights Out: 7 night-time rituals that will make you happy and more productive

Everybody talks about morning rituals to get the day started right. (Even I have.) But <i>ending</i> the day right can be even more important. Why?<p>Because …

Happiness

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Gay Teen Asks Friend’s Mom If He Can Come To Girls-Only Sleepover And Her Response Wins The Internet

Everybody loves sleepovers, and Mason Brian Barclay is no exception, but the teenager, who identifies as gay, had a slight problem when he wanted to …

Being sleep deprived at work is as bad as being drunk

<i>This post originally appeared at</i> <i>LinkedIn</i><i>. Follow the author here</i><i>.</i><p>The next time you tell yourself that you’ll sleep when you’re dead, realize that you’re making a decision that can make that day come much sooner. Pushing late into the night is a health and productivity killer.<p>According to the …

Immune System

People Are Photoshopping Mr. Bean Into Things, And It’s Absolutely Hilarious

Mr. Bean is probably one of the funniest faces of all time. I mean, the character barely talks yet still manages to make us laugh all the time. There …

This Toad Kept Coming To This Guy’s Porch, So He Started Making Him Tiny Hats

When the little boy of 43-year-old Chris Newsome’s friend lost his frog, the man decided to do something quirky, unexpected and toad-ally amazing – …

Pepperoni Pizza Latte

Brooklyn artist Michael Breach of Baristart has crafted a wonderful Pizza Latte, just one of the amazing latte art creations he has created, …

Someone Keeps Stashing Bottles Of Steak Sauce Around An Ohio Library

Thirty and counting.<p>It’s a mouth-watering mystery.<p>Staff at the Avon Lake Public Library in Ohio are scratching their heads as to who keeps planting empty A.1. sauce bottles around the building, and for what reason.<p>Since January, employees have found 30 of the 10-ounce containers hidden on shelves, …

Geocaching

Mr. Bean Turned Into a Violent Maniac

“Mean Bean” by editor John Loberger recut clips of Rowan Atkinson‘s bumbling Mr. Bean to turn the character into a violent maniac.<p>via reddit<p>In …