Time to break out that crock pot that has been sitting around, collecting dust in storage for years on end. You know, the one you got for your wedding or housewarming or were handed down from your mom
Travel is awesome. See cool things, meet new people, eat amazing foods. I’ve spoken to a lot of people who want to travel, but were worried since they’ve never left the country. To them (and you, if you’re
Business Insider recently published our list of the most elite boarding schools in the country using endowment, acceptance rate, and average SAT score provided by BoardingSchoolReview.com, a website that
Biohacking kits help you modify genes in the comfort of home A group holding red cups full of beer converged around a kitchen table littered with petri dishes, pipettes, and other basic laboratory equipment.
I recently commented on the tragedy that had befallen patients at UCLA. Much attention was given to CRE infection, but the real culprit, contaminated scopes, was not well described. While the below scope
Getting a handle on the epigenome Alzheimer's disease may involve the immune system, and researchers might have figured out how to pinpoint the origin of a cancer that has spread prior to diagnosis. These
Because dopamine is associated with pleasure and memory associations between certain actions and pleasure, stimulants and narcotic drugs that increase the brain’s levels of dopamine can cause addiction.
Recent planning decisions are trashing the historic centre of the Scottish capital – and its Unesco world heritage status isn’t worth the paper it’s printed on It’s easy to see why Edinburgh, one of Britain’s
Modern society was born a hundred and fifty years ago when coal began providing sufficient energy to make lots and lots of steel and steam, lifting ordinary citizens out of poverty and into the newly-developing
This post originally appeared on the Crew blog. Whether you want to learn a new language, learn to cook, take up a musical instrument, or just get more out of the books you read, it helps to know how brain
The ability of birds to navigate their way back to their nests, often more than thousands of miles each year, is fascinating. Arctic terns, which have the longest migration distance known, travel from
Popular non-prescription and prescription medications, including the active ingredient in Benadryl, have been linked to increased risk of developing dementia by a study published in a top-tier medical
So you never have to swear it's not pee again It’s the world’s most embarrassing sign of a good workout: the crotch sweat-spot. So let's talk about it. First of all, it’s completely natural to sweat where
Employers want healthy employees, but investing in initiatives is expensive, while health care keeps going up. Enter personalized care. When workplace health initiatives first became popularized in the
Combine the two—and get out of the gym faster! Swinging kettlebells doesn't just pump up your biceps. Kettlebell workouts can raise your heart rate enough to count as cardio, according to a small new in
Trainers, yoga teachers, and pilates instructors love it—and you will too. Even if you don’t know the Bridge by name, we bet you’re familiar with the pose. This resistance move is super popular with fitness