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Journalism isn’t dying. But it’s changing WAY faster than most people understand.

The New York Times made a smart move when it named Jim Rutenberg its new lead media writer. Rutenberg’s latest — on the ongoing BuzzFeed-ification of news and how journalism must/should change — is a very good read. And, while I don’t agree with every word in it, I think there’s something very …

Journalism

7 Habits That May Actually Change The Brain, According To Science

The brain is by far our most precious organ–others are good, too, but they all pale in comparison to the mighty brain. Because the brain works so hard around the clock (even while we’re sleeping), it uses an extraordinary amount of energy, and requires a certain amount of nutritional support to …

The Brain

The science of “hangry”—why some people get grumpy when they’re hungry

Have you ever snapped angrily at someone when you were hungry? Or has someone snapped angrily at <i>you</i> when <i>they</i> were hungry? If so, you’ve experienced “hangry” (an amalgam of hungry and angry)—the phenomenon whereby some people get grumpy and short-tempered when they’re overdue for a feed.<p>But where …

Weight Loss

25 Moments That Changed America

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Women's Health

11 Vital Books for First-Time Entrepreneurs

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>From 2011 to 2013, I read 197 books. I read about history, physics, science, health, world travel, space exploration, the ocean, fitness and mathematics. I read bestsellers, classics and unknown authors. However, the underlying foundation …

Self-improvement

Zooey Deschanel Just Put Her Adorable Mini-Estate On The Market

The "New Girl" star is asking $2.195 million for the ranch-style home.<p>Less than a month after purchasing a surprisingly straight-edge house with her fiancé Jacob Pechenik, actress and mother-to-be Zooey Deschanel has put her Hollywood Hills home on the market. According to Trulia, the indie darling …

Zooey Deschanel
Agriculture

Everything You Need To Know About 2015's Weirdest And Wackiest Health Trends

A few years ago, if you told your friends that you were drinking charcoal, going to 7 a.m. raves and drinking bone broth, they probably would have looked at you like you were crazy. There's no doubt that these activities still seem a little strange, but they're also considered healthy (at least by …

Processed Food

Doctors have figured out yet another reason girls are getting their periods earlier

Girls who drink sugary soda more often are more likely to start their menstrual cycles at a younger age, according to a new study (pdf) out of Harvard Medical School.<p>Researchers analyzed data from 5,583 girls in the Growing up Today Study (GUTS), surveying American children from 1996 to 2001, …

Breast Cancer

Step into the dark fantasy worlds of artist Nicolas Delort

It all started with <i>Dragon Ball Z</i>.<p>When he was young, Nicolas Delort's friends were watching the anime and collecting the cards, but he fell in love with the black-and-white manga that inspired it all. "Akira Toriyama's ink work is so clean, precise, and elegant and I spent a lot of time tracing, at …

Time I

Climate Change: 2014 Hottest Yet, Oceans Threatened, Solar Trees, and More!

Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded.<p><b>OO 2014 Breaks World Heat Record</b> - both NOAA and NASA, federal US science agencies, agree it is the hottest year our planet has experienced since 1880, when records began.<p><i>New Record is Remarkable</i> in that previous global heat records …

Climate

Why the modern world is bad for your brain

In an era of email, text messages, Facebook and Twitter, we’re all required to do several things at once. But this constant multitasking is taking its toll. Here neuroscientist Daniel J Levitin explains how our addiction to technology is making us less efficient<p>Daniel J Levitin Q&A<p>Our brains are …

Productivity

These GIFs Show the Freakishly High Definition Future of Body Scanning

General Electric<p>1 of 4<p>General Electric released images on Wednesday from its first clinical trial of a next generation body scanner that captures …

High-Definition
New York State

Blood-swept lands: the story behind the Tower of London poppies tribute

Artists Paul Cummins and Tom Piper describe the trials and triumphs behind their famous, if controversial, first world war commemoration<p>There were many happy twists of fate that led to the most visited and talked about public art installation for a generation, not least the fluke discovery of a …

Kinesiology

The real story behind Santa Claus

<b>(CNN) —</b> Don't tell the kids, but we've got Santa Claus all wrong.<p>Countless Christmas songs tell us that Santa is basically the Judge Judy of juveniles. He decides who's been naughty or nice, and doles out presents or punishments accordingly.<p>But historians say Kris Kringle was originally created to …

14 Must-Have Apps To Use on Vacation

From easy photo-sharing to last-minute luxury hotel deals,these apps will upgrade your next trip.<p>From hotel bookings to restaurant recommendations to the best ways to get around–these are the apps to turn to when you're stumped in transit.<p>APP IN THE AIR<p>Download this app immediately (it's $49.99–or …

New evidence that fast food is bad for kids’ learning

The consequences of a poor diet may have been laid bare by a new study published in Clinical Pediatrics (paywall), which suggests that children who eat regularly at McDonald’s, KFC, Pizza Hut, and the like don’t perform as well at school as their peers.<p>“Research has been focused on how children’s …

Fast Food

Protect Yourself From Hackers With A VPN Service [Up To 72% Off]

It works by creating a secured group of devices that can communicate anonymously across a public network (the Internet). They're a must-have if you use public WiFi, where you are most vulnerable to attack. Check out this article on Medium to see why.<p>Use the tools below (thanks to our friends at …

Information Systems

Colin Cowie's 13 Foolproof Holiday Entertaining Tips

The party planner extraordinaire shares his foolproof holiday tactics<p>Eggnog and mistletoe are fine traditions, but sometimes a holiday party needs a novel spin. Party planner extraordinaire Colin Cowie is never short of ideas; he is as adept at entertaining Oprah Winfrey's 500 closest friends (he …

Decorations

An open letter to America from a public school teacher

Dear America,<p>I’m sorry. You entrusted me with your children, and I have failed them. Please know that I had the best of intentions. I didn’t want to leave a child behind. I wanted to help them win this race to the top. You asked me to test them, and I tested them. I gave them choices: A, B, C, D, …

Education

Women at Work: A Guide for Men

Even the most well-intentioned male managers can be clueless when dealing with women in the workplace<p>We are flooded with career-advice books for women. There are women’s networking groups and leadership conferences galore. But they’re all geared toward women, consumed primarily by women and …

Networking

2015 Preview: Bathroom and Kitchen Remodeling Trends

Budgets are getting bigger as homeowners upgrade their spaces.<p>Budgets are getting bigger as homeowners upgrade their spaces. This piece originally appeared on HouseBeautiful.com.

Kitchens

A scientist unlocks one of the mysteries of Arctic ice melt

On a bright day in early May, Chris Polashenski tromps across the ice north of Alaska — 100 miles from the nearest land — to sink half-a-dozen plastic pipes into the ice.<p>Other researchers are spread out around the <i>Healy</i>, a Coast Guard icebreaker. Some have begun drilling through the ice or sawing up …

Global Warming

Global Warming Already Locked In, World Bank Says

The world is locked into 1.5°C global warming, posing severe risks to lives and livelihoods around the world, according to a new climate report commissioned by the World Bank. The report, which called on a large body of scientific evidence, found that global warming of close to 1.5°C above …

Global Warming