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Sheriff: Body of toddler found after Florida alligator attack

ORLANDO — Authorities recovered the body of a 2-year-old boy dragged into the water by an alligator near a Disney resort, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said Wednesday.<p>Members of the sheriff's office dive team located the remains of the toddler, identified as Lane Graves, around 3:30 p.m. …

Walt Disney World Resort

Psychologists Say Doing These 7 Activities Will Make You Happier

Psychology research shows that happy people make more money, perform better at work, live longer, and have better marriages than everyone else.<p>But the causes of happiness are elusive — philosophers have been trying to figure it out for thousands of years.<p>Over the past few decades psychological …

Happiness

25 daily habits that will make you smarter

In the Quora thread, "What would you do to be a little smarter every single day?", readers shared the habits they follow to fuel their brains.<p>Here are some simple actions that could help you become a smarter person.<p>Think about how to reduce poverty, how to solve a daily problem you have, …

Hilariously Indifferent Reactions To Some Of The World's Most Popular Tourist Destinations

Everyone's seen hilariously bad reviews on sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor. Negative feedback on popular tourist destinations (think: "soul destroying" at the Empire State Building) is entertaining and all, but unexpectedly casual, surprisingly passive reviews can sometimes be just as funny.<p>Here …

Scientists Say They've Unearthed A Completely New Kind Of Meteorite

Scientists say that in a Swedish quarry, they've uncovered a meteorite unlike any other documented on the planet.<p>Its chemical makeup is unique among the 50,000 meteorites known on Earth, as Birger Schmitz of Sweden's Lund University tells The Two-Way. "This does not resemble anything ... even if we …

Hackers Improve ISIS Twitter Accounts With Rainbows And Gay Porn After Orlando Attack

The goal: to reclaim social media from the terrorist group.<p>Twitter accounts created by Islamic State supporters are now brimming with tons of LGBT love, thanks to some creative hackers.<p>Dozens of accounts that once spewed violence and hatred are showcasing gay pride flags and even links to gay …

12 Snacks To Avoid When You're Trying To Lose Weight

Snacking is sometimes looked down upon when you're trying to lose weight, but when done the right way, snacking can be good for you! It keeps your metabolism going and cravings at bay until the next meal. However, eating the wrong foods during snack time could significantly obstruct your goal to …

The 2018 World's 50 Best Restaurants Announced

The World's 50 Best Restaurants were announced Tuesday evening at a ceremony in Bilbao, Spain—here are the winners.<p>The world’s best restaurant is in Italy once more, according to the annual World’s 50 Best Restaurants list. Massimo Bottura's restaurantOsteria FrancescanaOsteria Francescana in …

Mexico City

Surgeon Claims He Has Performed A Successful Head Transplant On A Monkey

<b>Warning: This article contains graphic content.</b><p>We have been promised a head transplant by next year, and the main brain behind the highly …

Stem Cells

A Chinese Doctor Is Now Planning A Human Head Transplant

Last year, the world was both fascinated and freaked out after an Italian surgeon, Dr Sergio Canavero, claimed he would be carrying out the world’s …

Physiology

The NSA Wants To Spy On Thermostats, Refrigerators, and Pacemakers

Security cameras, thermostats, and even pacemaker data may be used by the security agency.<p>The National Security Agency is researching ways to collect intelligence, of course, and the latest target is the "Internet of Things," up to and including biomedical devices like pacemakers, according to NSA …

Surveillance

Trump's terrorism address, fact-checked

The presumptive GOP nominee laid into Hillary Clinton following the mass shooting in Orlando, but how far did he stretch the truth to do it?<p>Donald Trump sharply criticized Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama on Monday, saying their incompetent immigration and national security policies …

Why You Can't 'Self-Help' Your Way To Happiness

Thirty years ago, I went to see a very old and highly revered Chinese doctor. One of the first things he said to me was, "I don't deal with disease; I deal with health."<p>In Western culture, self-help is often talked about as though it offers cures to what is inherently wrong with you. But if we take …

A Harvard Psychologist Says This Trait Matters Most: 10 Ways to Make a Great First Impression

Amy Cuddy says people answer one question when they first meet you -- and that answer lays the foundation for a business relationship.<p>Say you meet a new potential customer, a potential employer, or anyone with whom you want to establish a business relationship.<p>Which matters more:<p>Showing that you're …

Self-improvement

REPORTS: Orlando shooter was a regular at the gay nightclub he attacked, used multiple gay dating apps

The shooter, identified as 29-year-old Omar Mateen, may have also used several different gay dating apps, according to reports from MSNBC and the Los Angeles Times.<p>And a former classmate of Mateen's told The Palm Beach Post he believed Mateen was gay and that Mateen once asked him out …

Airline passenger sues TSA for $506.85 over missed flight

A Minnesota man is suing the TSA and the Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport over a missed flight.<p>Hooman Nikizad claims he missed his flight in March because he was stuck in a security checkpoint line.<p>Nikizad said that he arrived at the airport about two hours ahead of his scheduled departure time, but …

Flying

Earth - It took centuries, but we now know the size of the Universe

"Let us go rambling about the Universe." This is the invitation that American astronomer Harlow Shapley gave to an audience in Washington DC in 1920. He was taking part in the so-called Great Debate with fellow scientist Heber Curtis on the scale of the Universe.<p>Shapley believed that our Milky Way …

That'll be 175 quadrillion Zimbabwean dollars, please

Zimbabwe's central bank scraps old currency at the exchange rate of $1 for 35,000,000,000,000,000 old dollars<p>Zimbabweans will start exchanging 'quadrillions' of local dollars for a few US dollars next week, as President Robert Mugabe's government discards its virtually worthless national currency, …

Castro: Pope Francis so impressive I might return to church

Human Head Transplant Proposed—How Did We Get Here?

Yes, in case you haven’t heard, a doctor in Italy has announced plans to transplant a guy’s head onto a new body two years from now. Sound nuts?<p>Many of the headlines say so. “No, Human Head Transplants Will Not Be Possible by 2017,” said <i>Popular Science</i>. The <i>International Business Times</i> pronounced …

The Emptiness of the Rubio Doctrine

Why the senator isn’t serious about foreign policy<p>In a presidential field as crowded as this year’s Republican one, every candidate needs a niche. Marco Rubio is trying to own three: generational change, Hispanic outreach, and foreign-policy gravitas.<p>It was in pursuit of the third that he went to …

Political Science

Universal flu vaccine closer to reality after Chinese-Australian scientific breakthrough

Scientists in Australia and China have discovered how the body's "assassin" immunity cells memorise viruses, raising hopes for a life-long flu jab<p>A single vaccine that immunises against all types of influenza has come closer to being a reality, after scientists in Australia and China discovered how …

Immune System

40 Little Things In Daily Life That Bring Us True Happiness

What bring your true happiness? Studies show it is the little things in life, so we cover 40 little things that bring true happiness to many people.

Baltimore gangs call for peace after riots

Two major street gangs have apparently joined forces with the Nation of Islam to take part in peaceful demonstrations and even try to discourage violence, a stark contrast to officials' grim announcement that the gangs had teamed up to "take out" police officers.<p>The below picture shows Bloods (in …

The Most Productive Ways To Waste Your Time

Whether you’re watching stand-up comedy on TV or cat videos on YouTube, studies have shown that laughing can do everything from relieve stress to boost your immune system.<p>One Oxford University study even found that laughing is an effective treatment against pain. Across a series of experiments …

Charming Newborn Photos Taken with Dad are Created Without Photoshop

Polish parents Ania Waluda and Michal Zawer are both photographers. So, when it came to newborn photos of their daughter Emilia, they decided to get creative. They captured these whimsical images featuring Zawer and his little girl, and it appears as though she's magically floating in mid-air. This …

'Tom and Jerry Syndrome': Certain Sounds Can Trigger Seizures in Cats

The United Kingdom-based charity International Cat Care reached out to veterinary specialists after receiving surprising complaints from cat owners: Their feline companions were apparently having seizures in response to high-pitched sounds.<p>A study of these cats revealed that the sound-induced …

A Rich Man Sent His Son To The Rural Area And This Is What Happened When His Son Returned Home

en_US<p>article<p>What the son told his rich father after living in the poor rural area for a few days will inspire your …

Hacking Into Your Happy Chemicals: Dopamine, Serotonin, Endorphins and Oxytocin

<i>Image Credit: Pixabay.</i><p>We might not have a money tree, but we can have a happiness tree. Dopamine, serotonin, oxytocin and endorphins are the quartet responsible for our happiness. Many events can trigger these neurotransmitters, but rather than being in the passenger seat, there are ways we can …