Unless you’re Bear Grylls, going camping involves plentiful tools and sundries: a stove to make food, utensils for cooking, a surface for prepping ingredients, and light so you can see what you’re doing.
The Paleo diet has been embraced by athletes, celebrities, and countless other meat and vegetable eaters who have followed the ancient way of eating, but new information is shedding light on the famous
In 2009 Anna Newell Jones of And Then We Saved was over $23,000 in debt. Instead of just cutting back her spending, she decided to stop spending as much as possible on things she didn't truly need, a that
This may be the one time we recommend performance-enhancing drugs Doping typically isn’t endorsed by guys with Ph.D.s. But Samuele Marcora, Ph.D., a researcher at the University of Kent, advocates a safe
Almost 20 years ago, psychology professor and biologist Paul Rozin tested a theory about food. Many people believed their bodies were good at telling them when to start and stop eating, but he wasn't sure.
By Charles Krauthammer Charles Krauthammer Columnist Email Bio When the federal government’s 1980 “Dietary Guidelines for Americans” warned about the baleful effects of saturated fats, public interest
Forget electric skateboards and faux hoverboards. One startup is trying to convince commuters to stick to the good old-fashioned bicycle. Meet the Gi FlyBike, a folding electric bike that can travel up
Your slim-down plan is basically doomed if you don't take care of this crucial element. Looking back on my weight-loss journey, there's one really crucial lesson I learned that I wish I had known from
Small, simple changes can lead to major results. This article was written by Jenny Sugar and repurposed with permission from POPSUGAR Fitness. Losing weight is a journey composed of a million healthy we
Chevrolet's Engine Build Experience lets people who've bought a Corvette Z06 pay even more money to come to Michigan and assemble the engine. The do-it-yourself movement centers around two linked principles:
NASA just emailed a wrench into orbit. (Photo Credit: NASA) The 3D printer aboard the International Space Station has moved up from printing faceplates to printing up the first tool manufactured in orbit.