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Cracking the Rotator Cuff Conundrum

I bet we all see things in the gym that really, really, annoy us. There's the "belter," the guy who sports his trusty lifting belt for every …

Biomechanics

5 chest exercises you’re not doing, but should be

Bench, fly, press-up, repeat. Is your Monday chest day getting stale? Switch it up with <i>MH</i>'s upgrades from two top London PTs, Keith Lazarus and Marc …

Bodyweight Exercise

Why Some of Us Seek Dominant Partners

Source: Piotr Marcinski/Shutterstock<p>Are you attracted to a romantic partner who is commanding, powerful, assertive, and take-charge? Or do you prefer …

Nobel Prize in medicine honors discovery of the brain's 'inner GPS'

Groundbreaking research could shed new light on Alzheimer's disease<p>Dr. John O'Keefe, May-Britt Moser, and Edvard I. Moser have been awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine for their discovery of cells that form an "inner GPS" in human brains. O'Keefe will share the 8 million Swedish krona ($1.1 …

How Wearable Computing Will Change Everything, Including Apple

Listen, you tech-savvy, trend-resisting cynic you. I want you to stop dismissing wearable computing as a pointless, narcissistic fad.<p>Wearable computing is not for people too lazy to look at their phones. It’s not a trendy toy for wealthy yuppies. And it’s not about joining Robert Scoble in the …

A List Of The 6 Best Alternative To-Do List Apps

Evernote is great, but it’s not the only choice for productivity and to-do lists. Here are some up-and-coming apps to suit all personalities, from the type A’s to the guilt-free procrastinators.<p>Mobile to-do lists such as Clear, Evernote, and Google Keep get a lot of love online, but they’re not …

How shoppers can help prevent Bangladesh-type disasters

In wake of the garment factory tragedy, here’s what ethical clothing consumers can do via the global supply chain<p>While rescue workers continue to dig through the rubble of Rana Plaza, the collapsed Bangladeshi garment factory responsible for the deaths of 433 people (and counting), Americans are …

The Misuse and Meaning of GDP, the Main Gauge of Economic Growth

The GDP report profits the broadest barometer of economic performance. But the data is constantly under revision and can often be misused and …

Foodily Blog

Foodily Blog

Amy Chaplin's Homemade Almond Milk

• that's eggy<br>• that's fruity<br>• that's hearty<br>• that's healthy<br>• that's simple<br>• that's a smoothie<br>• that's a casserole<p>that's off the beaten path<br>• that's light<br>• that's …

How to Poach Eggs

There are no lone inventors

Nikola Tesla’s work on AC technology changed the world, but to pretend he was its sole developer is ludicrous<p><i>This post is based on a talk I gave at South by Southwest and a version of it first appeared at BBC Future.</i><p>Who invented the Internet?<p>To answer that seemingly simple question you basically …

iOS 7 reportedly behind schedule, but will come with a new look

Back when we learned that Apple’s VP of industrial design, Jony Ive, would be leading human interface development across the entire company, many hoped it would mean some big changes for iOS, after years of iterations that appeared minor compared with the major overhaul of Android 4.0 and beyond. …

17 Counterintuitive Things The Most Successful People Do

You’re always going to get the same results, doing what everyone else does. Sometimes you have to know when to zig where others zag. These are some of the counterintuitive lessons I’ve learned and applied from the most successful folks I’ve met. <b></b><p><b>Pick Fights</b> – to test others’ resolve in their own …