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38,000-Year-Old Cave Art Found On Limestone Slab In French Cave Sheds Light On Early Human Life

The earliest modern humans that arrived in Western Europe are estimated to have migrated there from Africa about 45,000 years ago. And while they …

Breakfast Kolaches

When I say these breakfast kolaches are the best breakfast meal I’ve ever had, I mean it!<p>It’s not too often when I make something for the office and …

Tip of the Day 4/11

Writing in a journal every day is the best way to boost your mood, surge your creativity and increase your learning potential.

Productivity

8 Real Life Examples To Show The Differences Between Left Brain People And Right Brain People

Do you categorize yourself as a left-brain person because you are right-handed? The story isn’t that simple. Actually, the categorization is more …

The Health Benefits of Walking + a Walking Workout

If you have not exercised for a very long time and are currently bring a lot of extra weight then a walking plan could be the very best way to ease …

Archaeologists Have Uncovered a Massive Palace at The Legendary Birthplace of King Arthur

The legend just got more interesting.<p>British archaeologists have reported the discovery of massive walls that appear to be part of a Dark Ages palace …

Archaeology

Who was Sattjeni? Tomb reveals secrets about ancient Egyptian elite

Two eyes painted on a newly discovered Egyptian coffin seem to stare out from across millennia, conveying the secrets of the ancient Egyptian elite.<p>The coffin, discovered this year in the necropolis at Qubbet el-Hawa across the Nile River from Aswan, belonged to an important local woman, Sattjeni, …

Ancient History

Ancestral Remains of Mysterious ‘Hobbit’ Species Uncovered on Indonesian Island

Bones and teeth belonging to the ancestors of the short-statured human lineage known as “the Hobbits” have been discovered on the Indonesian island …

Low Self-Esteem Is Your Ego's Best Buddy

The Dalai Lama met with a group of western psychotherapists. He asked them what was the most prevalent issue that they encountered in their clients. They unanimously replied that it was low self-esteem.<p>Apparently the Dalai Lama hadn't heard of such a problem. He said that in the Tibetan culture …

Mindfulness

A Harvard nutrition expert tells us why we should eat more fat

We've been told for decades that we shouldn't eat too much fat. Remember how it was on the top of that food guide pyramid you probably saw in elementary school?<p>For "bad" fats, like trans fats, this is true.<p>But scientific evidence has been growing that this advice was misguided, and that low-carb, …

Nutrition

14 Healthy Recipes for Grilled Fish to Kick Off Warm Weather

It might seem like you were just grocery shopping for winter salads, but now it’s time to break out the grill for healthy warm-weather noms. This is where fish comes into play. It’s nutritious, versatile and pretty much begs to be thrown on the grill. You already have plenty of grilled skewer …

Cooking

How I Stopped My Cycle of Stress Eating and Lost Over 80 Pounds | Women's Health

<b>The Lifestyle</b><p>My weight fluctuated for most of my life, but I hovered somewhere around 150 pounds, which wasn't ideal for my height, 5' 2".<p>About three years ago, after giving birth to my son, a few people in my family faced serious health problems. I found myself turning to food to deal with stress …

Fitness

Ancient Roman's Egyptian mummy mask joins display of museum treasures

Two Temple Place in London hosts exhibition of artefacts from seven regional museums<p>The golden mummy mask of Titus Flavius Demetrius, who chose to be buried not as a Roman citizen but as an Egyptian god, is still in gleamingly immaculate condition 1,900 years after it was made.<p>It shines in an …

Archaeology

These 13 Hacks Will Significantly Improve Your BBQ Game

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BBQ

Vintage Windows Transformed Into a Gorgeous Greenhouse

Who knew yard sale finds could lead to such an unbelievable transformation?<p>When Barb Rosen, the blogger behind Our Fairfield Home & Garden that we came across on Hometalk, spotted a stack of antique windows at a yard sale going for $5 a piece, she snatched them up. While she didn't immediately have …

The hot new gym equipment is just an old dishrag

Fitness marketers know what buzzwords make consumers believe their product is the best for a "tighter core." But c'mon, most of them just want your …

Science Says There Are 4 Types of Introverts: Which One Are You?

Being an introvert isn’t a bad thing — sure, small talk might not be your favorite activity, but you’re definitely a pro at making your alone time rock. Thanks to Susan Cain’s bestseller <i>Quiet</i>, the whole world learned what many of us already knew: Introverts are awesome. Wellesley Psychology …

Behavioral Sciences

23 Easy Crock-Pot Desserts

Ah, mighty Crock-Pot. Maker of crazy delicious breakfasts, Paleo stews, savory meals that will last all week, and crowd-pleasing cocktails. Is there …

Archaeologists Perplexed By Middle Eastern Skeleton Buried Alongside Headless Gladiators In York

A group of decapitated men - thought to be gladiators from the early centuries AD - have been uncovered by archaeologists in York…but the background …

Stalagmite unlocks ancient secrets

The decline of ancient Maya society has perplexed archaeologists for decades. A stalagmite containing the climate record of the past 2,000 years now …

Archaeology

Brain training for anxiety, depression and other mental conditions

A new treatment for psychiatric disorders like depression and anxiety uses real-time scans to show patients how their brains go awry—and how to fix the dysfunction.<p>The treatment is called neurofeedback.<p>There is an urgent need for new approaches for psychiatric disorders, particularly depression. …

Depression

Ancient 'wand' may be oldest example of lead work in the Levant

A lead and wood artifact discovered in a roughly 6,000-year-old grave in a desert cave is the oldest evidence of smelted lead on record in the Levant, a new study finds.<p>The artifact, which looks like something between an ancient wand and a tiny sword, suggests that people in Israel's northern Negev …

Archaeology

Siberian Gender-Bending Warrior Princess

Debate is raging over the legendary Siberian warrior princess buried 2,500 years ago. Is she, in fact, a he? Or intersex?<p>One of the archaeological …

8 Amazing Coloring Books For Adults to Challenge the Artist in You

Coloring books had a bad rap when many of us were in grade school. Art teachers especially disliked them because they "stifled" creativity. Our parents, however, rather liked them -- they provided quiet time when mom wanted a nap or a great back-seat activity on long car trips. We just saw them as …

Books

5 Ways to Banish Negative Self-Talk for Good

<i>Photo: Pond5</i><p><i>By Sarah Elizabeth Richards for Life by DailyBurn</i><p>Erica Bartlett has spent most of her adult life saying horrible things to herself. As a heavy teenager, her greatest hits included: "I'm so ugly. No one will ever be attracted to me. I can't stand to see how big I look in the mirror. I …

Self-help

Here's How You Should Be Making Your Chicken Dinner

Set it, and forget it, IRL.<p>View this post on Facebook<p><b>Here's what you need:</b><p>- 4 tsp salt<p>- 1 tsp cayenne pepper<p>- 2 tsp paprika<p>- 1 tsp thyme<p>- 1 tsp white pepper<p>- 1/2 tsp black pepper<p>- 3 Tbsp. minced garlic<p>- 2.5 lb chicken<p>- 4 cloves of garlic<p>- half a lemon<p>- quarter of an onion<p>- 2 medium carrots<p>- 3 ribs …

47 Food Hacks to Help You Eat Healthier

Pro tip: Eat ice cream instead of sorbet.<p>The best ways to "eat healthy" depend on your goals. Once you know what you're working toward — like eating fewer calories or more protein — use the tips below from New-York-based registered dietitian Isabel Smith and Ilyse Schapiro, registered dietitian and …

Turns Out You Can Make Pretty Much Any Recipe In The Slow Cooker. Here's How.

Picture this: You throw everything into a pot. Then it's off to go run errands or even go to work for the day. Hours later, you unlock the door, and return to a perfectly cooked dish. This can happen for most traditional recipes -- because they can be adapted for a slow cooker. Don't believe us? …

Cooking

Too many people are pretending to be rich

His mother- and father-in-law are in their early seventies and have virtually nothing put away for retirement. Before too long, they're going to be unable to work, and because his spouse is an only child, his in-laws are expecting that Tim's family will take them in.<p>On the other hand, Tim's parents …

Retirement