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Ultra-Processed Food Linked to Cancer, Study Says

Processed snacks, drinks and desserts may be associated with a higher risk of cancer, according to a new study.<p>The research, published Wednesday in</i> …

It's not just in the genes: the foods that can help and harm your brain

As a society, we are used to the idea that we feed our bodies, and that our diet shapes our waistlines. But many of us forget that the same diet also feeds our brains, and that the food we give our brains shapes our thoughts and actions. I invested many years formally studying neuroscience and …

Nutrition

Science Says This Technique Can Help You Raise Calmer, More Resilient Kids | Inc.com

My eighth grader is back to the books after a week of pneumonia-induced absence. With each missed school day came another layer of overwhelm at the thought of making up all that work.<p>He'd finish a coughing jag and immediately ask me if any teachers had emailed assignments, even though he didn't …

Mindfulness

This Sample Mediterranean Diet Meal Plan Will Help You Live Longer

The Mediterranean diet has consistently been lauded as one of the healthiest diets, with a long list of proven health benefits and a reputation for …

10 natural remedies using honey

From wound salve and cough syrup to dandruff cure, honey comes to the rescue to solve a variety of body issues.<p>Modern man is pretty savvy – we can …

Australia’s most spectacular road trips

Is there any nation on earth that has a more staggeringly, bewilderingly, all-round awe-inspiring selection of road trips than Australia? If so, we’d like to see it. In the meantime, check your oil and your water, strap yourself in, and get set to go…

Road Trips

8 Ways to Increase Your Intellectual Capacity

Time invested into your personal growth is an investment in your success.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>To become a standout success, invest in yourself. The deeper your investment, the more fit you become for sustaining your entrepreneurial journey. You can only grow …

Why does every woman I know say she’s exhausted?

In a few short years it seems like every woman I know, and many of the ones I treat, have gone from saying, “I’m so busy” to “I’m so tired.” And it’s …

Thich Nhat Hanh recommends 5 meditation techniques that rewire your brain to live in the present moment

To become successful and joyful, you must succeed in generating inner peace. But when our lives are full of chaos, it can be difficult to work out …

Tesla releases more details about its Solar Roof agreement with Panasonic at ‘Gigafactory 2’

In order to bring to market its new series of ‘Solar Roof’ products, Tesla announced last year that they are bringing together a lot of technologies under one roof at their newly acquired factory in Buffalo, now known as ‘Gigafactory 2‘. It includes tech developed in-house by Tesla, some tech by …

7 Habits of Highly Awesome People (That Have Nothing to do With Appearance or Money)

We can all agree that the most awesome people are authentic people. They who know who they are, they don’t judge other people to make them feel …

Skulls found in China were part modern human, part Neanderthal; possibly new species

Modern humans outlasted the Neanderthals by about 40,000 years and counting. But don’t pat yourself on the back too firmly for outliving those troglodytes. Neanderthals crafted tools and tamed fire. They cared for their dead. Animal horns and blackened fire pits encircling the remains of a …

Asia

Want a Younger Brain? Forget Sudoku and Do This | Inc.com

Nobody wants to lose cognitive function, especially when so much of business--and life in general--depends on being "on top of it" to stay ahead of the competition. But statistically speaking, the reality is, you have to fight to stay sharp. Doing Sudoku and crossword puzzles isn't going to hurt. …

The Brain

Paris Fashion Week Kicks Off With Saint Laurent, Jacquemus, and Olivier Theyskens

Welcome to the last leg of fashion month, Paris Fashion Week. In the next eight days we’ll see shows from fashion’s heavy-hitters, on-the-rise talents, and status-quo challengers. First up was a day of slinky, sexy little things from Olivier Theyskens and Saint Laurent, and some Christian …

Wedding Dress Designers All Brides-to-Be Should Know About

Not all brides may have heard of these wedding dress designers, but you definitely need to check them out, STAT.

Brides

Blood tests spot ovarian cancer early

<b>A blood test every four months could help women at high-risk of ovarian cancer find tumours early, say doctors.</b><p>There is currently no screening programme for the disease, so high-risk women are advised to have their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed.<p>In the trial on 4,348 women, published in the …

Leadership Lesson: Why People Believe What You Tell Them

At some point in our lives, we’ve all been told “you won’t be able to achieve…” something by a teacher, boss or even a parent. For many, this type of …

Self-improvement

Wind Pays More Than Oil in Lone Star State

By Steve Hargreaves and Courtney St. John<p>Two stories this week—both from Texas—illustrate the precarious nature of fossil fuel jobs and the economic …

Renewable Energy

Conscious Breathing: A Simple Way to Work Through Emotional Pain and Be Present in Your Life

<b>“Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh</b><p>I never gave much thought to my breath unless I …

A look at Tesla Powerwall ownership after 1 year as second generation is coming: 92% savings on utility bill

We reported on Nick Pfitzner just over a year ago when he became one of the first people to have a Tesla Powerwall in Australia. After now over a year of ownership, Nick shared his experience just as a lot more people are considering installing home energy storage now that the market expanded with …

Two slices of buttered toast a day doubles diabetes risk, study suggests

Eating two slices of buttered toast a day can double the risk of diabetes, warns new research.<p>A study of more than 3,000 people found those who consumed just 12 grams (0.42 ounces) were twice as likely to develop the disease within the next five years.<p>Scientists say the finding underlines the …

Diabetes

This isn’t a stock picker’s market yet, says SocGen

Stocks and stock-market sectors aren’t moving in lockstep anymore, offering a ray of hope to active managers looking to get a leg up on their …

New Ten-Year Battery Could Make Wind Power Better Than Ever

No more worrying about if the wind isn't blowing.<p>Researchers at Harvard have developed a battery that could run for "more than a decade" with only minimal upkeep.<p>Anyone's who has ever had experience with lithium-ion batteries—that is to say, anyone who's owned a smartphone—is familiar with the …

The FODMAP diet: a recipe for a healthy gut and a happier life?

It started with granola. Emma Hatcher recalls eating almost an entire box as a child and doubling up in pain. She had always been aware of having a sensitive gut, but this was unlike anything she’d felt before.<p>Her stomach problems escalated until she was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome …

Holistic Medicine

25 Quotes From a Famous Buddhist Master That Will Make You Reconsider What's Important in Life

Ever heard of Thich Nhat Hanh? If not, he is one of the most famous Buddhist masters living today.<p>Coming from Vietnam, he has inspired countless …

Opinion: Harry Boxer’s stocks to watch: biotechnology and technology

Biotechnology and technology stocks are dominating our charts to watch this week, because they are displaying strong technical momentum.<p><b>Esperion</b> …

The Absolute Top Ten Best Things to Do in Seattle (The City of the Century)

Prior to moving to Seattle in 1996, I'd lived in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco, and had traveled to many of the major cities of the world. By comparison, Seattle seemed beautiful, but small, provincial, and a little isolated...a pre-teen of a city.<p>But, somehow, …

8 Things the Successful Elite Do Quietly

Humility is often rewarded with loyalty while boastfulness more often generates resentment.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>We all have the potential to be as successful as we dream of being, so what separates those who actually live out their potential from those who …

Wind Power Surpasses Hydroelectric in a Crucial Measure

The wind industry crossed an important threshold in the United States last year, exceeding the generating capacity of hydroelectric power for the first time, according to the main industry trade group, the American Wind Energy Association.<p>The nation’s fleet of dams has long stood as the top …

Renewable Energy