Some habits just seem to have the power to lift your spirits. Whether it's taking a few minutes to dive deep into your favorite novel, jotting down some things you're grateful for, or spending some time
It isn’t that we’re making bad decisions. More often, we aren’t even aware there’s a decision to make. Wednesday. Hump Day. The part of the week when we’re over the hill and begin sliding toward the weekend.
1. Britain's referendum on European Union membership is in the final stretch before Thursday's vote. The Leave and Remain sides have battled each other to a stalemate, with each showing 50% support. 2.
Washington D.C. could be the next place to raise its minimum wage to $15 per hour. Following New York and California's lead, lawmakers in the U.S. capital city on Tuesday unanimously approved a plan to
Samsung’s first foldable phone is “right around the corner” according to Gregory Lee, President and CEO of Samsung Telecommunications America. Speaking at the Future:Mobile conference, and reported by
A universal cancer vaccine is on the horizon after scientists discovered how to rewire immune cells to fight any type of disease. The potential new therapy involves injecting tiny particles of genetic
We've all been there. Several drinks in on a night out and you spot someone across the crowded bar. Your eyes meet and you realise that your body is moving on its own accord. Without really thinking about
What causes a thrill, followed by a chill? While scientists are still unlocking the secrets of this phenomenon, a large body of research over the past five decades has traced the origins of frisson to
Okay, okay, they call it "settling." What was it your mother always told you? About how you're special, and how you should never settle for anything less than you deserve? Yeah, well scientists have gone
We all know the basics – exercise, eat vegetables, never look at booze or bacon, etc – but what else should we be doing every day for a better, healthier, happier life? To paraphrase the slogan of a popular
Bad news for people with a sweet tooth - a new study suggests that sugar can damage the brain. Researchers at the University of California in Los Angeles found that fructose - a type of sugar naturally