Bill Gates might be one man, but he had help getting to where he is. Find out the advice he received from his parents that helped him become the world's richest man. One of my 13-year-old son's idols Bill
Most mornings as I leave the Y after my swim and shower, I cross paths with a coterie of toddlers entering with their caregivers for a kid-oriented activity. I can’t resist saying hello, requesting a and
Tests with "Seal Team Six" and other units are promising so far. The Navy wants soldiers who can concentrate better and learn faster, and it's looking at a controversial piece of tech to do that: transcranial
Across the Atlantic, researchers in an ornate, blue-tiled hospital in Barcelona, Spain, study ayahuasca's physical effects on the brain. The teams in those two disparate locations approach the study of
The key to wellness is all about these daily habits, says the author and integrative medicine expert April 2, 2017 12:30pm (UTC) Is there a magic prescription for happiness? For author, doctor and pioneer
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Could the extraordinary compound in cannabis that helps kids with epilepsy make you feel better? - Los Angeles Times
Will Kleidon, a loquacious 27-year-old, and I were sitting in a restaurant called Food Harmonics here on Ojai's main drag the other day, sipping $5 mushroom coffee with shots of CBD elixir. It was delicious,
Mental age is more in your control than you might think. Nobody wants to lose cognitive function, especially when so much of business--and life in general--depends on being "on top of it" to stay ahead
Anyone who knows me also knows that I have a huge sweet tooth. I always have. My friend and fellow graduate student Andrew is equally afflicted, and living in Hershey, Pennsylvania -- the "Chocolate Capital
Brain scans and other studies reveal how drugs hijack your brain For millennia, psychonauts have ingested both natural and man-made substances to see the world in new ways. Now, brain scans and other reveal
Being overweight can raise your blood pressure, cholesterol and risk for developing diabetes. It could be bad for your brain, too. A diet high in saturated fats and sugars, the so-called Western diet,
🚨 This is not a drill. 🚨 When daydreaming about your life next year, are you envisioning yourself lounging on a beach with the wind in your hair and some sort of fruity tropical drink right beside you?
Not everyone wants a Mariah Carey–sized 35-carat rock. In fact, for many brides-to-be, a smaller, non-traditional engagement ring is what fits the bill. Getting caught up in the four Cs—color, cut, carat
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 takes courage to live your life the way you want, especially when you're changing the world. Every entrepreneur needs courage. It takes courage to quit your day job. It takes courage to start a business.
Psychiatrists use an old trick to get people to trust them with their secrets — and it works just as well in business
And yet one of the best nuggets in "Friend and Foe," a 2015 book by the psychologists Maurice Schweitzer and Adam Galinsky, debunks that idea, instead suggesting that there's a somewhat scientific formula
The best books about creativity can simultaneously spark new ideas in the reader while also giving them a compelling narrative to follow. Sometimes this can come from writers or artists taking a step and
Jack Greenberg, one of the lawyers who argued the landmark Supreme Court case that ended federal tolerance of racial segregation in schools, died Wednesday. He was 91. Greenberg was a giant of the civil
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It's so simple there's no excuse not to try it. There's no shortage of procrastination cures out there, but few of them come with the sort of detailed instructions that make them easy to put into practice.
On the night of September 26, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton engaged in the first presidential debate— and it was full of insults and meandering statements. Trump in particular spoke with little composure.
"Emotional intelligence is the key to being really successful," he told Business Insider. Perhaps that's why more and more companies are asking interview questions that are designed to measure a candidate's
Looking to become more productive? Here are 15 daily habits that can help you. Feeling the office blues? It's okay. It is an unfortunate reality that most U.S. workers spend long hours in the office, themselves