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This Simple Fact Can Ruin Your Life for an Entire Decade

Anybody who’s ever lost a job knows it’s a miserable experience, but a new study shows that the aftereffects of being laid off last far longer than …

Afghanistan have pace to test India

World Cup 2015<p>Play 01:49<p>Afghanistan dream big<p>In their preparations for a first World Cup appearance, Afghanistan have already won two more matches in …

India looks to tune up against Afghanistan

Still looking to get its playing combination in order, an under-fire India will be looking for resurrection against first timers Afghanistan in a …

Canadian army has no idea how it lost three artillery shells worth $500,000 on way out of Afghanistan

OTTAWA — The Canadian army somehow lost three highly-sophisticated, precision-guided artillery shells on its way out of Afghanistan in an …

Afghanistan: Escalating violence brings increased suffering to war-weary Afghans

News release | Following a volatile year in Afghanistan, 2015 has brought no reprieve to civilians suffering the effects of intensifying armed …

Afghanistan

Flipboard for Nonprofits and Cause Champions

Inside Flipboard / August 1, 2013<p>Launched last week, Big Ideas is a new category on Flipboard showcasing the people and organizations confronting …

Europe warns US: you must respect the privacy of our citizens

European Union officials have demanded "swift and concrete answers" to their requests for assurances from the US that its mass data surveillance …

DIY: This Baking Soda Shampoo Saved My Hair

Did you know that baking soda is an incredibly easy way to clean your hair? Yep, the rumors are true. What shocked me even more than the fact that …

Hair Care

Bon Appétit Magazine: Recipes, Cooking, Entertaining, Restaurants

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The 4 Best Summer Fruit and Veggie Recipes

Make the most of farm-stand freshness before the season’s over. Get the recipes<p>With these four summer beauties—tomatoes, peaches, corn, and cherries—the wait for the warmth is worth it. When they're brought in from afar off-season, quality suffers.<p>Corn, for example, can quickly lose sweetness as it …

'Third Metric' At The Aspen Ideas Festival: How Global Leaders Recharge (VIDEO)

Technology has become a part of nearly every aspect of our lives, meaning less and less of our time is spent away from screens -- most Americans even stay connected to the office while they're on vacation, according to a recent poll. But a 24/7 work life and constant connectivity can take a …

365 Days of You: Lazy and Loving Selfies

"Whenever a baby just starts crying for no reason I'm like 'I get it. Totally on the same page, homie.'" That tweet by best-selling author, Caprice Crane, is exactly what I have been contemplating since I watched the doting-daddy video sweeping social media.<p>A Second a Day from Birth. Sam …

Skipping Breakfast Tied To Heart Attack, Coronary Heart Disease Risk

Here's a good reason to eat breakfast every morning: It could keep your heart risks low, according to a new study.<p>Research published in the journal Circulation shows an association between regularly skipping breakfast and having a higher risk of experiencing a heart attack or having fatal heart …

How to Work, Sleep, and Exercise Better

Even if you exercise regularly, sitting at your desk all day will kill you. Literally. One study by the American Cancer Society found that men who sit for six or more hours a day are 20 percent more likely to die from a given cause than men who sit for less than three hours. Other research has …

How the Law of Attraction and Wishful Thinking Keep You Fearful

In the bestseller <i>The Secret</i>, Rhonda Byrne writes about what she calls The Law of Attraction. According to this law, you can attract good or bad outcomes to yourself. You can "manifest" anything you desire as long as you know specifically what you want and think about it diligently enough. According …

Dietary Supplements: Magic Or Medicine?

When I ask a patient what medications they take there are two classes of drugs they often forget to mention: birth control pills, and dietary supplements. This is one of the most important take-home points in Dr. Paul Offit’s <i>Do You Believe In Magic: The Sense And Nonsense Of Alternative Medicine</i>: …

10 Abs Exercises Better Than Crunches

10 abs exercises for women that are so much better than crunches.<p>If you still think that doing crunches will score you amazing abs, you're in for a rude awakening. Flattening your belly requires multi-muscle exercises that target all the regions of your core—upper and lower abs, obliques, …

Yes, porn can be vile and degrading but an authoritarian crackdown won't work. David Cameron's proposals are a sop – censorship never helps the powerless. Let's have a real debate on abuse and consent, argues Suzanne Moore for Comment is free. http://gu.com/p/3hfc5 Photograph: Michael Melia/Alamy

How do you continue to feed the world's rising population on the planet's limited resources? Here are six ideas scientists believe could help: http://bbc.in/15Do8d8 Printing food, better use of GM crops and reviving "forgotten" grains are among the suggestions being looked at. What do you think could be done to help?

The lucky-take-all society

EVEN those disturbed by rising income inequality accept the necessity of a system that rewards ability. And even the most die hard capitalist would …

South Americans in glasshouses

FIRST came the clumsy actions by several European countries that denied airspace to the official jet of Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, stranding …

Healthy Breakfast Ideas: 7 Refreshing Summer Morning Meals To Beat The Heat

Holy heat wave! When you're awoken by humidity rather than the buzz of your alarm, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven or the stove to whip up some breakfast.<p>Sure, you could grab a breakfast bar and call yourself set (and prepare to crash: the amount of sugar in those babies is …

How to Convert a Recipe to Gluten Free

Every week on Food52, Shauna Ahern of Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef -- and Gluten-Free Girl Everyday -- shares smart tips and smarter recipes that please even the most devout gluten-eaters among us. Come one, come all -- we're going flourless.<p>Today: To adapt a recipe to be gluten-free, there's a …

At an estimated cost of $50 billion, the 2014 winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, will be the most expensive games in history. When Russia placed its bid in 2007 it proposed to spend $12 billion, already more than any other country. Within a year the budget had been replaced by a seven-year plan to develop Sochi as a mountain resort http://econ.st/189sL0E

Why ignorant racists still flourish in multicultural Italy John Foot writes: Italy is changing – but the racist 'joke' made about minister Cécile Kyenge shows why progress is so painfully slow http://t.gu.com/mYztM Photograph: Tony Gentile/REUTERS

Enough Cool Photography Links to Throw the Earth Off Its Orbit

Things in the world of photography have never been so exciting! Another terrific week rolls by us here and Toad Hollow Photography has been busy …