A deep breathing trick can make insomniacs drop off to sleep in under one minute, a health expert has claimed. The method involves making a loud whooshing noise with the mouth then holding the breath stages.
How science can give us more diverse and flavorful brews Of all the fermented foods and drinks, none appears to be as ubiquitous as beer. This frothy beverage has been enjoyed for millennia and has become
Phantom Terrains is a project which is mapping the sound of wireless networks, transforming whole cities into sonic wonderlands. Wi-Fi is always hard to find. In moments of drought, we attempt to connect
From the editors of ELLEDecor.com, the most common interior design mistakes to avoid. 1) The Looks-Great, Feels-Uncomfortable Piece Of Furniture The decor world equivalent of the Stiletto heel: Beautiful,
Google initially promised a summer release for Backdrops at I/O, but once we passed the autumn solstice it was anyone's guess when the Chromecast feature would arrive. But hey, it's rolling out now and
Scientists have managed to destroy cancerous tumours by using an experimental drug derived from the seeds of a fruit found in north Queensland rainforests. The drug, called EBC-46, was produced by extracting
This story originally appeared on Business Insider What does it take to become a master at your craft? Is genius innate, or can it be learned? In his book, "Mastery," Robert Greene draws from the latest
If you want to pick a favorite animal that will surprise even the quirkiest first date, you can’t go wrong with the mantis shrimp. This foot-long, coral reef-dwelling crustacean has a rainbow tail, and
Fasting for as little as three days can regenerate the entire immune system, even in the elderly, scientists have found in a breakthrough described as "remarkable". Although fasting diets have been criticised
Best use of a six-pack in a while In a world of digital cameras and instant gratification, photographer Justin Quinnell embraces pinhole photography, a technique hundreds of years old. He uses beer cans
The contentious "pause" in global warming over the past decade is largely due to unusually strong trade winds in the Pacific ocean that have buried surface heat deep underwater, new research has found.
U.S. news About 82,000 tons of coal ash mixed with 27 million gallons of contaminated water — enough to fill more than 40 Olympic swimming pools — has leaked from a North Carolina power plant and is threatening
Introducing the SlimStyle, a pancake-shaped light bulb that represents the LED industry’s latest attempt to court skeptical consumers. Yesterday, a federal ban on production of 40- and 60-watt incandescent
Seymour Hersh has got some extreme ideas on how to fix journalism – close down the news bureaus of NBC and ABC, sack 90% of editors in publishing and get back to the fundamental job of journalists which,
All it takes is six easy ingredients and some je ne sais quoi For a best-selling author who writes books with sharp titles like French Women Don't Get Fat and French Women Don't Get Facelifts, 67-year-old