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Mixed Berry Scones With Lemon Ginger Glaze

Summer berry season is the ideal time to make a sweet scone that is packed with the freshest crop of juicy fruits. These scones are tender, buttery …

Breakfast

All The Best Electronic Music Playlists On Spotify Right Now

Whether you’re new to the world of electronic music or a seasoned raver, curated playlists offer a novel opportunity to dive right into a certain sound or style easily and with the benefit of context. Miss those hot sweaty nights when Larry Levan DJ-ed at Paradise Garage? There’s a playlist for …

Even if you clear your history, Google has a record of all of your search activity — here's how to delete it

YouTube. Panera. Facebook. Equifax. Every week, it seems, there's a new hack to worry about.<p>This ever-expanding list has many people realizing their personal information is less secure than they thought. Consumers are looking for ways to limit their online exposure and take proactive measures to …

Maps

An 80-year Harvard study claims to have found the gateway to happiness

There are some things that money can’t buy. True friends and happiness are among them. In fact, an 80-year-long study at Harvard University claims …

Great Depression

3 Stocks That Feel Like Microsoft in 1986

Microsoft created tens of thousands of millionaires after going public. Can these three stocks do the same?<p><b>Microsoft Corporation</b> (NASDAQ:MSFT) has …

Investing

The Best Sex Positions For When You Don't Want To Take Your Clothes Off

When we think about sex, we typically think of getting naked AF, rolling around, maybe introducing some toys to the equation, and, ideally, some …

9 Secret Shortcuts of People Who Are Good at Everyday Math

Even in an age of smartphones, crunching numbers quickly — and getting good at it — can give you snappy, useful answers to pressing real-life math …

Mathematics

How to Travel on the Cheap When You're Broke as a Joke

Are you spending afternoons trawling Instagram for jungles, glaciers, and ancient temples, dreaming of an adventure you’ll take in an all-too-distant …

Travel

42% Of The World's Fake Drugs Are Dumped In Africa

As if access to basic healthcare and drugs was not hard enough for developing countries, a new study reveals that some of the drugs that we are able …

47 Incredible Movies You Need To Watch If You Want To Be A Film Buff

You'll never be bored again.<p><i>Note: Submissions may have been edited for length and/or clarity.</i>

Universal Pictures

This Common Ingredient in Antiseptic Soap Is Messing With Your Cell Biology

Check the label.<p>A common class of antiseptic found in everything from mouthwash to spermicides has been found to impair the workings of our cells' …

Here are 6 Easy Ways to Find the Cheapest Flights Using Google

If you’re not already familiar with Google Flights, let us introduce you to one of the quickest and most efficient travel search engines out there. …

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I Nearly Died Last Week. Here's What I Learned

Nobody ever says on his deathbed: "I wish I'd spent more time at the office."<p>As I mentioned in my most recent column, I had a "cardiac incident" while camping with my 12-year-old son.<p>It started as a burning in the center of my chest and a drenching cold sweat. At first, I told myself it was a panic …

You might not actually need to finish your antibiotics

The challenge to that claim has sparked a backlash, with physicians and public health officials expressing concern about an overly complex message that could result in encouraging patients to go rogue and ignore their doctors' prescriptions.<p>All of this is a bit amusing to experts like me, who have …

Microbiology

Keep taking the tablets: three reasons to stay the full antibiotics course

A recent commentary published in the British Medical Journal reignited the debate on whether patients should stop antibiotics when they feel better …

To go after drug-resistant gonorrhea, partners put a new spin on drug development

Only three types of drug-resistant bacteria make the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s list of “urgent” threats. One of them is …

Scientists have edited the DNA of human embryos using CRISPR – now we need to work out the ethics

With headlines referring to "groundbreaking" research and "designer babies," you might wonder what the scientists actually accomplished. This was a big step forward, but hardly unexpected. As this kind of work proceeds, it continues to raise questions about ethical issues and how we should we react.<p>…

Genetics

Taking antibiotics for full 7 to 14 days can actually harm you

A growing body of research finds that telling patients to finish a full course of antibiotics even if they’re already feeling better not only fails …

New debate on antibiotics: Do you really need to take the full course?

The one rule about antibiotics that has been drilled into our heads for generations is that you absolutely must take the full course - or else something very bad might happen.<p>Is it time to reconsider that advice?<p>In an opinion piece published in the The BMJ on Wednesday, a group of practicing …

9 home remedies for mosquito bite itch

Following a notably mild winter, insects are worse this year than they have been in recent summers. More specifically, ticks and mosquitoes are out in force, making for a particularly uncomfortable summer for those who seem to attract the blood-sucking bugs.<p>The best method of dealing with mosquitos …

Curry spice helped woman, 67, to beat blood cancer

<b>A woman who had been battling blood cancer for five years has experienced an extraordinary recovery after taking a natural treatment based on a</b> …

Your Mighty New Mindful Habit: Learn to Respond, Not React

Whether you're talking with friends, family, romantic partners or even coworkers or employees, how you communicate means a lot, especially when it …

Mindfulness

Oxygen therapy reverses brain damage in toddler saved from drowning

If medical professionals can intervene quickly enough, the heart can be restarted after a person has officially died, but the resulting brain damage …

Could CRISPR Sniff Out Viruses?

The gene-editing tool known as CRISPR is fast becoming known for its potential to treat disease by snipping genetic mutations from DNA.<p>But genomic …

How To Avoid Ticks And What To Do If A Tick Bites You

The bad news (for humans): It’s shaping up to be a great year for disease-bearing ticks. The good news: We can tell you how to defend your body and …

Immunotherapy drug opens a new era of precision medicine for cancer

With little fanfare, the Food and Drug Administration did something this week that it's never done before: The agency approved a single prescription drug, pembrolizumab (marketed by Merck as Keytruda) for treatment of solid tumors in any organ so long as the malignancy bears a specific genetic …

Cancer

Human antibodies in Ebola survivor's blood effective against all strains

The fight against Ebola continues with news of a new outbreak in the Republic of Congo. That said, a discovery by scientists at the Albert Einstein …