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Good bacteria: Why I put my poo in the post

<b>"Good bacteria" - what are they, will they make me healthy and how do I get some?</b><p>To find out I took the unusual , and rather disgusting, step of donating my poo to science.<p>Microbes live on, and in, all of us and they even outnumber our own human cells.<p>But their favourite spot - and where they live …

Gut Microbes Combine to Cause Colon Cancer, Study Suggests

Two types of bacteria commonly found in the gut work together to fuel the growth of colon tumors, researchers reported on Thursday.<p>Their study, published in the journal Science, describes what may be a hidden cause of colon cancer, the third most common cancer in the United States. The research …

The Most Affordable Bed and Breakfast in Every U.S. State, Mapped

Tired of staying in the same hotel chains and looking for a little more of a unique experience? Typically, Bed and Breakfasts (or B&Bs as they are …

Young Again: How One Cell Turns Back Time

None of us was made from scratch. Every human being develops from the fusion of two cells, an egg and a sperm, that are the descendants of other cells. The lineage of cells that joins one generation to the next — called the germline — is, in a sense, immortal.<p>Biologists have puzzled over the …

Biology

The absolute best restaurants in NYC

1<p>Photograph: Courtesy Gary He<p>Restaurants, American creative<p>Eleven Madison Park<p>Swiss chef Daniel Humm still mans the kitchen post-revamp at this …

East Village

New device can heal with a single touch, and even repair brain injuries

A new device developed at The Ohio State University can start healing organs in a "fraction of a second," researchers say.<p>The technology, known as Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT), has the potential to save the lives of car crash victims and even deployed soldiers injured on site. It's a dime-sized …

Ohio State University

Why Everyone Is Obsessed With The Ordinary, the Cult-Favorite Skincare Brand

Let’s be real: It’s <i>way</i> too easy to spend serious cash on skincare products. When you’re lured by the promise of invisible pores, a dewy glow, and an even skintone, a beauty budget can be the last thing on our minds. It’s a never-ending, often expensive cycle that plagues our commitment to a clear …

4 Sensational Summer Salads

Satisfy that summertime salad craving with one of these beauties.<p>When the heat and humidity show no signs of stopping, nothing sounds more refreshing …

It's Official: These Are the Best Foods to Fight Bloating

Pretty much everyone has experienced bloating at one point or another. Not only is it uncomfortable, but stomach bloat can also change how your …

The One Product You Should Actually Buy From the Most Expensive Skincare Brands

Having a vanity topped with La Mer, La Prairie, and Eve Lom is like having a closet full of Chanel and Givenchy—it just makes you feel damn fancy. …

This $22 under-bed LED lighting system is our new favorite thing in the world

Remember when we first introduced you to LED backlighting for your TV? Remember how it blew your mind and completely changed your TV viewing …

LED Lighting

A Daily Dose Of Marijuana In Old Age Keeps Dementia Away

We all forget things sometimes, whether it's our car keys or the words to a song. As we age, changes in memory are normal, but we also become more …

Possible arthritis drug discovered because lab mice wouldn't mate

Thanks to Superstorm Sandy — and a dozen male mice that had difficulty eating and couldn’t copulate — a New York research team says it has found a …

Researchers Find Gut Bacteria Can Trigger Brain Lesions That Lead to Strokes

Another connection between the gut and the brain.<p>In yet another study that has connected conditions in the gut to diseases of the brain, scientists …

Microbiology

How epigenetics may help us slow down the ageing clock

Humankind has a longstanding obsession with eternal youth. Stories about elixirs of life and fountains that quench one’s thirst for immortality have …

Genetics

9 Incredible Examples of Mobile Architecture Photos

An eclectic collection of mobile architecture is neatly cataloged in the new book <i>Mobitecture: Architecture on the Move</i> (Phaidon, $24.95), comprising everything from a minimalist floating sauna designed for use on Seattle’s Lake Union to a portable one-room summerhouse that can easily be moved …

Taste Beyond The Tongue

Giving young blood to older animals raises tantalizing possibilities for people

Dracula may have been on to something. It wasn’t just blood, but the blood of youth that was the secret to staying alive for centuries.<p>The rejuvenating effect of young blood has been demonstrated in strange, draculoid experiments first done 150 years ago. Two genetically compatible animals, one …

The Secret to Looking Younger Forever

In her new book, <i>Younger</i>, Dr. Sara Gottfried, our go-to expert for all over-forty health concerns, shows why aging gets a bad rap that isn’t deserved: …

Study: Reprogrammed blood vessels spur spread of cancer

A team of researchers from the German Cancer Research Center uncovered an activated form of a signaling molecule in blood vessels that can reprogram …

The Keto Casserole Recipes You've Been Looking For

These might be low carb, but they're fully delicious.<p>One of the easiest ways to eat low-carb while filling up on the fats you want is with casseroles. If you’re following the keto diet (short for ketogenic), which cuts back big-time on carbohydrates, casseroles are going to be your best friend. Not …

Total recall: the people who never forget

An extremely rare condition may transform our understanding of memory<p>If you ask Jill Price to remember any day of her life, she can come up with an answer in a heartbeat. What was she doing on 29 August 1980? “It was a Friday, I went to Palm Springs with my friends, twins, Nina and Michelle, and …

Palm Springs

Uber’s Middle Eastern rival Careem raises $350M at a $1B valuation

2016 is almost out but there’s just time to anoint one more ride-sharing unicorn. Careem, one of Uber’s lower profile rivals in emerging markets, has taken a step into the global limelight today after it announced that it has raised $350 million led by Japanese e-commerce firm Rakuten and Saudi …

Venture Capital

This driverless bus is about to roll out in Singapore

By the first quarter of 2017, this driverless shuttle bus will begin service in Singapore.<p>The autonomous vehicle can hold 15 passengers, and will …

Pictures of the Week 4.24.15

Top 10 alternative city breaks in Europe

Photograph: Prochasson Frederic/Alamy<p>Musee des Confluences, Lyon.<p>276<p>http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2015/2/27/1425055405150/b9048c18-9711-4d60-b857-31d33a772037-460x276.jpeg<p>460<p>Photograph: Prochasson Frederic/Alamy<p>Musee des Confluences, …

Photography

Quick Vegetable Scramble on Toast

This vegetable and egg scramble packs protein and flavor into one hearty serving.

New “Shingled” Hard Drives Hold Terabytes For Pennies A Gig

While the last time most of us thought of shingles was when we were itchy in eighth grade, Seagate has been thinking of them as a way to store data. Called Shingled Magnetic Recording (SMR) Drives, Seagate’s new drives can store 8 terabytes of data for about 3 cents a gigabyte.<p>The catch? These are …

Stocking Stuffers: Tech & Gadgets

<b>Editor’s Note:</b> <i>The stockings are hung by the chimney with care. Now what the hell are you gonna put in there? Ah, stocking stuffers — the little</i> …

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