An NPR host who's interviewed thousands of people over 45 years has the only icebreaker you'll ever need, and it's just words
• Terry Gross, the host of NPR's "Fresh Air," has a go-to icebreaker that's only four words long and can help you navigate potentially awkward situations. • Asking someone to "tell me about yourself" an
What’s on your travel wish list for 2019? We tapped into some of the world’s top travel experts to find out where they want to go next. From a colorful beach town in Belize that is slowly becoming discovered
The best bars in the world have been announced once again — and you might want to update your bucket list. The winner of The World's Best Bar Award was announced at the iconic Roundhouse in London Wednesday
What’s not to love about a good bar? Everything about them suggests the possibility and danger of adult pleasures: hushed voices, the rattle of ice in a cocktail shaker, conspiratorial laughter, the mingled
No matter where in the world you live, it's easy to assume that Michelin-starred dining should be reserved for splurge-worthy special occasions only — and that even then, it may drain your savings. However,
September is a lovely month for travelling in Britain and Europe. The summer crowds have gone, prices have fallen, the Mediterranean is at its warmest and, while temperatures have eased, it is still reliably
The World Cup effect has put Russia back on the map for UK tourists despite recent diplomatic fallouts between the two countries. According to Russia specialist, Regent Holidays, bookings for trips along
Books,Culture,Science and nature books,Health, mind and body books,Economics,Publishing Writers and experts select their favourite book on physics, feminism, medicine, health, economics, psychology and
• Life insurance is fundamentally hard to sell; it's morbid to think about, promises no immediate rewards, and often requires a lengthy paper application with minimal guidance. • Despite the popularity
Something odd is happening in Porto’s most famous bookshop. We arrive in the middle of the morning, after a leisurely breakfast of coffee and custard-filled pastéis de nata. The queue to get inside runs
The top 5 startups disrupting healthcare within AI, digital therapeutics, health insurance, and genomics
The healthcare industry is facing disruption due to accelerating technological innovation and growing demand for improved delivery of healthcare and lower costs. Tech startups are leading the way by seizing
From celebrity trainers working in the trendiest Manhattan gyms to the National Institute for Fitness and Sport in Indianapolis and the US Army training exams, sit-ups are developing a bad reputation.
There are 417 national park sites in total in the United States, and chances are good that you've been to at least one of them before. While we all know about some of the biggest national parks in the
Who knew France had volcanoes? Last week Unesco unveiled 20 new World Heritage Sites - it now recognises a staggering 1,092 - including the Chaine des Puys, a string of cones and craters in the Massif
Insurance has long been associated with frustration. From the slow underwriting process to the lengthy experience of getting a claim filed to the lack of data and analytics being used to personalize and
In 2017, 79 percent of all global desktop search traffic came from Google. Most companies, whether they’re e-commerce or corporate sites, have valuable content that’s useful for users and for their customers.
Trail running, Dolomites, Italy Stay Mountain huts Suits Hardened runners It sounds easy: “Cruising over rocky passes and through lush meadows.” But runners on this holiday in the Dolomites will have concentrate
If you’re considering a holiday in France by train this summer, now’s the time to book. French rail company SNCF released its summer fares on Thursday (29 March) for journeys from 29 June until 3 September.