In today's edition of the "Good Stuff," we honor an organization that has built over 100,000 homes for people in need. CNN's Chris Cuomo reports. 100,000 Homes promised to house that number of homeless
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Although she no longer had use of her eyes and ears, she described her observations in terms of her senses and perceptions. “I thought the way they had my head shaved was very peculiar,” she said. “I them
About five years ago, not long after I started up my research group at Cardiff University, something rather strange happened. One morning I came down to my lab to find the door wide open and a suited standing
Want to take your time at the edge of the world? Climb aboard for a World View balloon ride to 98,000 feet. Tucson-based startup World View has announced the latest tech to join the commercial space race:
The company’s weak apology isn’t convincing – and might not stop the boycott of its products September 27, 2013 1:30pm (UTC) Thanks, Barilla – you've given even the diminishing population of those of who
Darwin and others have said it was a way to woo. Others believe music is social glue—a theory bolstered by a new study. Why did humans invent music? Until the hot tub time machine becomes a reality, the
A 20-minute brainwave test improves ADHD diagnoses, according to company data submitted to the FDA. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a brainwave-measuring device to help diagnose kids
Don't worry, you'll have time to post your goodbye selfies to Facebook. If you put a steamy cup of coffee in the refrigerator, it wouldn't immediately turn cold. Likewise, if the sun simply "turned off"
It may seem counterintuitive, but there's a body of evidence to suggest that the millions of Americans with a diet soda habit may not be doing their waistlines — or their blood sugar — any favors. As consumption
We all know work-life balance is important. You want your team to have the freedom to enjoy personal and family time. In turn, you get employees who are happier and more productive--and aren't burned That
Anyone who spends a significant amount of time on the Internet, whether for work or pleasure, can see the tendrils of Stafford’s research in their day-to-day behavior. I often find myself cycling between
There is a lot we can learn about today’s explosion of social media from the rise of coffeehouse culture in London in the 1600s, according to Tom Standage in an opinion piece in yesterday’s New York Times.
Etiquette has served as a code of social behavior for centuries, evolving with the social norms of the day. For example, disciplinary actions completely acceptable in the 1950s are now considered in poor
The mind reading trick, done before with objects, is now plumbing the depths of human feeling The field of neuroscience has been animated recently by the use of Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, fMRI.