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We are how we treat each other and nothing more. ~the Alternate Routes featuring Ingrid Michaelson
Stanford scientist Emma Seppala says we wear our work stress like a badge of honor, but it's hurting our health and success.
The Present of the Puppy Dog with Three Legs by Jacob Frey
How To Land A UX Design Job At A Lucrative Silicon Valley Tech Company
No food is healthy. Not even kale.
The Shockingly Simple Math Behind Early Retirement
How to Spend Less So You Can Afford to Save More
The Most Important Question of Your Life: What pain do you want in your life? What are you willing to struggle for?
Do prominent health gurus live longer?
Scientists have discovered a simple way to cook rice that dramatically cuts the calories.
All About Essential Oils for Anxiety Relief
Amy Robach interviews Carrie Fisher on Good Morning America
Fish oil turns fat-storage cells into fat-burning cells.
Where Millennials Go for Financial Advice
What lifelong exercisers know that you don't
A $300 bag? Don't go broke trying to look rich.
Student Debt in America: No limits on lending
6 Second Resume Scan: What Recruiters are Looking For
Cat Body Slams a Kid
Children with pets have less stress and anxiety.
A Harvard professor says he can cure aging, but is that a good idea?
Anti-aging drug metformin could let you live to 120 in good health for 10 cents a day.
How Not to Die of Botulism
One Research Backed Way to Effectively Manage Your Stressful and Busy Schedule: Write Down Your Personal Values, by James Clear
People who drank three to five cups of coffee per day had a lower risk of premature death than those who didn't drink.
Self "Could You Love Me Now" may be the most impressive backwards music video you'll ever see.
Tastibo Chia Seed Pudding Recipe
"Tsundoku," the Japanese Word for the New Books That Pile Up on Our Shelves, Should Enter the English Language
Neuroscientists found an intrinsic biological difference between men and women in the molecular regulation of synapses in the hippocampus.
Mathematical principle reveals how to get what you want
Yes, The Air In Your Office Is Slowing Down Your Brain
The UCI 90+ Study at Laguna Woods Village Reveals Several Counterintuitive Things about Longevity and Dementia
Why I Hope to Die at 75
Eating To Break 100: Longevity Diet Tips From The Blue Zones
What is a reasonable food budget?
Koko the Gorilla gets 2 new kittens for her 44th birthday in 2015.
Bob Ross' Very First Painting Episode: A Walk in the Woods
Winning the war on climate change will require a technocratic revolution.
Rich friends cost $$$
A Universal Basic Income Is The Bipartisan Solution To Poverty We've Been Waiting For
Vegetarians Beware: Tofu is Not as Healthy as You Think
Want less traffic? Build fewer roads.
Kurt Vonnegut explains drama, by Derek Sivers
Pixar Story 22 Rules Legofied
Rechargeable batteries with almost infinite lifetimes are coming thanks to superionic conductors, say MIT and Samsung engineers.
How to Age Gracefully
The automation myth: Robots aren't taking your jobs — and that's the problem...
Adronitis is one of 10 odd emotions you might have experienced.
Microbiome bacteria can serve as artificial intelligence, controlling the behavior of an inanimate device like a robot.
Tetris blocks traumatic flashbacks even after the memory is fixed.
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