In the rat race that is modern life, it's sort of the only drug that makes sense. How awful is that? More on Nootroprics: Will 'Smart Drugs' Really Make Us Smarter, or Just Ruin Our Lives? A Campus Dealer
Working as an urban planner in chaotic London, Gandy took up cycling as a temporary escape from city life. "Zipping through the streets, dodging cars and pedestrians became ... almost a form of meditation,"
When news broke that the price of Daraprim, a 62-year-old life-saving drug often prescribed to AIDS patient, had been raised from $13.50 a tablet to $750, outrage ensued. The steep rise was announced Sept.
After breaking up and traveling mostly solo to three continents in three weeks, year-ago-me learned a lot. For starters, I learned that there is this massive thing called a planet that is filled with of
It started with a quote he had heard on television about regret: that at the end of life, you are haunted not by the things you did, but by the things you didn't do. A few months later, Hyo So booked hostel
This mathematical principle reveals the type of online dating profile photo you should use if you want people to ask you
And we have the math to prove it. Hannah Fry, a mathematician at the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis in London, explains the theory in her 2014 TED Talk and recently released book, "The Mathematics
A lot of travel can be about pretending to like monuments and sights that you don’t really enjoy, but my father, the reluctant traveller, has shown me that what matters is only doing the things you are
According to the most recent analysis by real-estate marketplace Zumper, the median rent for a one-bedroom apartment continues to be about $3,500 a month. This is a record high for San Francisco, the month
In the late 19th century, Dr. William Halsted, a pioneer of modern surgical techniques, performed ultra-radical mastectomies for women with breast cancer. The procedure, soon named after him, involved
This year, for the second time in a row, travelers voted Kyoto, Japan, to be the best city in the world. Kyoto — Japan's imperial capital for over 1,000 years — is full of incredible temples, parks, and
All Photographs (c) Christophe Debon Few photographers (dead or alive) make me jealous. Christophe Debon is an exception. I am terribly jealous of his work, it's damn good. As a street photographer there
At just 22, she has an impressive list of credits and the photo skills to back them up. This article originally appeared on VICE Canada. I met Monika Mogi a few years ago in LA while we were both nervously
Back in the 1960s, when New York was the centre of street photography, the main practitioners of the form would sometimes cross paths. Lee Friedlander was friends with Garry Winogrand who often met Joel
We must get over the idea that genes determine – in all but a handful of cases, they simply create minuscule changes in the odds His nickname was “the Hexed”, and his curse left him childless – probably
Adventure Top Gear Innovations Outdoor gear doesn't just improve, it keeps getting dramatically better. For our biannual Gear of the Year awards, we celebrate the insights, breakthroughs, and leaps forward
Failure seems to be all the rage these days. Fail fast. Fail smart. Fail forward. It's hard not to gag on the plethora of "failure" clichés that headline cultural media today. My 6-year-old daughter is
Then the cracks appeared. Tiny fissures ruptured at the joints and split her knuckles open. She started to bleed. Everyone told Ye Pei it was normal. "You're just not used to the work," her mother reassured.
In a fascinating and in-depth Bloomberg piece, investigative reporter Christopher Leonard lays out the agricultural murder mystery of our time. Starting in February 2015, someone who had to have intimate