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Recipe: Vegan Beet Pesto Pasta

Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil. Add the pasta and cook until al dente.<p>Meanwhile, place the garlic and almonds in the bowl of a food …

13 Things That Will Make You Much Happier

It's no secret that we're obsessed with happiness. After all, the "pursuit of happiness" is even enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. But happiness is fleeting. How can we find it and keep it alive?<p>Psychologists at the University of California have discovered some fascinating things about …

A Beginner's Guide To Essential Camping Gear

Spring is in full swing, which means that camping trip you’ve been itching to take is just around the corner. Of course, you’ve also been meaning to …

The 15 Best Men’s Watches Under $150

Bertucci 11041 DX3<p><b>Field Marshal:</b> Using a battery to power the Japanese quartz movement is usually an aspect we try to avoid, but the on-board power …

Wine Questions, Answered: The Crisp, Dry White You're Looking For

There are a few words many American wine sellers hear more than any others: "I'm looking for a white wine—something crisp and dry."<p>Sound familiar? Maybe you loved a French wine you had at a local café, or you're looking for a bright Italian white that'll be refreshing at a picnic on a hot …

Wine

The Dirty Secret About CPR in the Hospital (That Doctors Desperately Want You to Know)

A few things have changed in medicine over the last few decades. Okay, a lot has changed, and most of it good. But along with the improvements in patient care there has been an exponential increase in expectations. We've somehow gone from "your loved one has a life threatening illness and we will …

Gravitational waves finally detected at LIGO.

Better start shining up some new Nobel Prize medals: Scientists have reported that, for the very first time in history, they have detected …

Gravitational Waves

Apple is replacing MacBook charging cables due to a ‘design issue’

Apple today announced that it will now offer free replacements for MacBook charging cables that use the USB Type-C specification because some of them have not been working correctly.<p>“A limited number of Apple USB-C charge cables that were included with MacBook computers through June 2015 may fail …

A Guide to Easy Japanese Home-Cooking

These six classic Japanese recipes are full of flavor, light on ingredients, good for you, and surprisingly quick to make.<p>Leave the pristine sushi to the restaurants. Japanese home cooking is full of flavor, light on ingredients, good for you, and surprisingly quick to make. In other words, <b>the holy</b> …

How to Get More Energy: 8 New Secrets Backed by Research

We’d all like to know how to get more energy when life throws curve balls at us.<p>These ideas from psychology research can help you keep going and …

Success

Viva vagus: Wandering nerve could lead to range of therapies

With outposts in nearly every organ and a direct line into the brain stem, the vagus nerve is the nervous system’s superhighway. About 80 percent of …

Neurology

How to Clean Up Your Messy iPhone Photo Library

Benjamin Lowy—Getty Images Reportage for TIME<p>Benjamin Lowy—Getty Images Reportage for TIME<p>Benjamin Lowy—Getty Images Reportage for TIME<p>Benjamin …

Coney Island

Ottawa psych student's app to help 'thousands' with anxiety, depression

Jeff Perron wants to help more people than he ever could all by himself.<p>The Ottawa man finished an undergrad in psychology, earned a master’s in …

Business Administration

Chronic Pain is in the Brain

October 12, 2015<p><b>A new study at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital -The Neuro, at McGill University and the MUHC, might finally provide</b> …

Chronic Pain and Fibromyalgia: What's Normal, What's Not

Everyone experiences pain occasionally—and then there are people with fibromyalgia, a chronic pain disorder whose often debilitating symptoms overlap …

Pain

New Drug Treats Depression in Less Than 24 Hours With Minimal Side Effects

If clinical trials confirm the results, it could replace current drugs that can take between three and eight weeks to relieve symptoms.<p>Researchers in …

Depression

Science Finds Even More Evidence That Anxiety Isn't Just 'All In Your Head'

Thank your genetics.<p>One of the largest misconceptions about anxiety is that the disorder is something people "bring upon themselves," a concept that is as malignant as it is incorrect. Adding to the evidence against this isolating stereotype, a new study from the University of Wisconsin, Madison …

How the brain perceives time

Everybody knows people who seem to bumble through life with no sense of time — they dither for hours on a “quick” e-mail or expect an hour’s drive to …

Antidepressants And Painkillers Together May Raise The Risk Of Brain Bleeds

A new study in the journal <i>The BMJ</i> finds that the risk of intracranial hemorrhage – bleeding that occurs in or around the brain – is increased when one combines antidepressants with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) like ibuprofen or naproxen. Since depression and chronic pain often go …

Depression can damage parts of the brain, research shows

Brain damage is caused by persistent depression rather than being a predisposing factor for it, researchers have finally concluded after decades of …

Scientists Find Link Between Autism and Genetic Changes

<b>Melbourne:</b> Scientists have discovered a link between autism and genetic changes in some segments of DNA that are responsible for switching on genes …

New research may explain why youngsters' recovery times vary widely after traumatic brain injury

The Brain

How 5 Voices Inside You Can Make Your Day

“Self-talk” is the psychological term for the inner conversation that streams constantly through one’s mind. Self-talk is something we all do. In …

Psychiatry's Most Promising New Treatment Is a Pacemaker For the Brain

And scientists have the lobotomy and electroconvulsive therapy to thank.<p>At the end of <i>One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest</i>, a young Jack Nicholson lies in bed with two fresh centipede scars across his forehead. His face is expressionless, an open-mouthed stare, his entire body broken into absolute …

The Brain

Addiction is not a disease: How AA and 12-step programs erect barriers while attempting to relieve suffering

<b>(microstockonline via iStock/Falcona via Shutterstock/Salon)</b><p>Defining addiction as a disease is marketing for the rehab industry — and an excuse when treatment doesn’t work<p>Marc Lewis<p>July 11, 2015 11:30pm (UTC)<p>Adapted from “THE BIOLOGY OF DESIRE: Why Addiction Is Not a Disease”<p>The idea that addiction …

Some of The Best YouTube Channels for Physics and Chemistry Teachers

July 11, 2015<br>Science in general is all about understanding how the world around us functions. It investigates the laws governing the internal …

Chemistry

6 Sweet Summer Corn OFF the Cob Recipes

There's no shortage of corn this time of year, and there are so many ways to enjoy it beyond boiled on the cob. Whether you prefer a salad, side, soup or dip -- these off-the-cob recipes will conquer your corn cravings.<p><b>1. Fresh Corn Salad with Scallions and Basil</b><p>This fresh corn salad is a delicious …