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Why Are Whales So Massive? It's All About Energy
Marine mammal size is a delicate balance between chowing down and chilly waters
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The world’s most nutritious foods
The surprising ingredients that you're not eating (yet)
The Father Of The Internet Sees His Invention Reflected Back Through A 'Black Mirror'
The titans of Silicon Valley have a grand vision of the future. But they have a tendency to miss the downside of their inventions — think cybercrime and online harassment.
Out of This World
Long Exposure Photos Capture the Light Paths of Drones Above Mountainous Landscapes
Photographer Reuben Wu creates images that reveal an alien splendor in natural and manmade landscapes across the globe. Previously he has explored the brilliant blue rivers of molten sulfur in Indonesian volcanoes, and photographed the thousands of glistening mirrors that compose Nevada's SolarReser
On Island of the Colorblind, Paradise Has a Different Hue
An island in the Pacific has a unique genetic history that affects how its people understand color.
Triple Chocolate Caramel Cookie Bars
Triple Chocolate Caramel Cookie Bars are soft and gooey and will feed a crowd. They are rich and can be whipped up in a jiffy!
Your Facebook data is creepy as hell – Hacker Noon
… and why you should really have a look.
Eating Leafy Greens Each Day Tied to Sharper Memory, Slower Decline
Scientists are keen to figure out how diet influences aging, including brain health. A 5-year study of healthy seniors found those who ate a serving or two of daily greens had less cognitive decline.
Hearts Get 'Younger,' Even At Middle Age, With Exercise
As early as your mid-40s, especially if you're sedentary, your heart muscle can show signs of aging, losing its youthful elasticity and power. But moderately strenuous exercise can change that.
How feeling bad changes the brain
Our emotions can have an unexpected downside of how we respond to others in pain, finds Melissa Hogenboom
How flashing lights and pink noise might banish Alzheimer’s, improve memory and more
Neuroscientists are getting excited about non-invasive procedures to tune the brain’s natural oscillations.
Disneyland Hacks You Need To Know Before You Go | The Bewitchin' Kitchen
Disneyland hacks you need to know before you head to California. Save time and up the fun at the happiest place on earth with these Disneyland tips.
Milkmen return to London as millennials bid to cut plastic waste
Milkmen and milkwomen are making a comeback in London as millennials have started using glass milk bottles in a bid to cut down plastic waste. Dairies in the capital told of a "phenomenal" upsurge in interest from younger customers at the start of the year amid growing public upset over plastic waste.
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katarina janeckova became a bodybuilder to paint them better
The Slovakian artist based in Texas discusses the symbols in her erotic, bear-filled paintings.
Life with a Toddler
In celebration of Father's Day, I drew this comic about the beautiful chaos of having an 18-month-old.
How Do Birds Stay Warm on a Cold Winter’s Night?
Winter is a tough time for birds, but a warm place to sleep can give them an edge. A scientist’s look at the cozy, and often crazy, hideouts birds choose as their winter bedrooms.
Capturing life under the surface
Winning photos from the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition
Lost Art Of Bending Over: How Other Cultures Spare Their Spines
No, we're not talking about squatting. We're talking about a way to bend over that has nearly disappeared in our culture. And it could be one reason why back pain is so common in the U.S.
In Olden Days
Modern women in the land of Genghis Khan
Mongolia is still closely associated with the conquests of Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol empire. But 800 years on, it’s a new generation of women who are catalysts for change in a country rapidly modernising while holding on to its nomadic traditions.
Knowers and Learners – Bruno Bergher – Medium
Quick thoughts on different world views
The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer's
A high-carb diet, and the attendant high blood sugar, are associated with cognitive decline.
Why Do We Need to Sleep?
At a shiny new lab in Japan, an international team of scientists is trying to figure out what puts us under.
'Strong' Black Woman? 'Smart' Asian Man? The Downside To Positive Stereotypes
It's not hard to spin a positive stereotype as a compliment. But making any generalization about a group is a slippery slope.
Winning At Life
What Google searches reveal about the human psyche
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz spent years studying millions of Google searches and gained some surprising insights into people's real lives.
What to Do When Your Boss Says No
Try not to take it personally.
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