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The 6 Body Parts That Reveal Your Age First
We all try to strike that balance between aging gracefully -- and not looking as though we're older than we really are. With age, your skin thins and grows less elastic. As a result, wrinkles, age spots and skin tags become more common. Generally speaking, you can promote healthier skin by bathing in warm -- and not hot -- water. You should also wear sunscreen and not smoke.
Give Up Sugar: The One ‘Crazy’ Thing All Nutritionists Agree Is a Good Idea
For every person recommending some new health fix, there's another person telling you to try the opposite. Here's one area where everyone who knows the score is on the same page.
The 10 Best Types of Valentine’s Day Cards
The best 10 Valentine's cards that express what you really want to say this February 14th.
We Didn’t Eat the Marshmallow. The Marshmallow Ate Us
The marshmallow study captured the public imagination because it is a funny story, easily told, that appears to reduce the complex social and psychological question of why some people succeed in life to a simple, if ancient, formulation
Introducing Google smart contact lens project
Google unveils a contact lens that monitors glucose levels in tears, something millions of diabetics currently have to draw their own blood to check.
Three Little Words to Never Say in an Interview
If you’re in a job interview, you might think answering “I don’t know” in response to a question would be the kiss of death, a faux pas on par with showing up in flip-flops.
What could happen if you run into your ex after 23 years?
What would happen if after 23 years your ex shows up and sits infront of you? How did you handle that moment? Check out how Marina reacts.
Digital Cameras Are Messing With Your Memory
New research finds a "photo-taking-impairment effect": when people take a picture, they forget the moment
FYI: Do Fat People Stay Warmer Than Thin People?
At the yearly Rottnest Channel Swim in Western Australia, participants often smear their bodies with animal fat for insulation against the 70-degree water. But their own body fat also helps to keep them warm,
That Armpit Odor Says a Lot About Who You Are
We, people, typically think of ourselves as people. It can be jarring to remember that we're also mammals who, like most other mammalian species, unconsciously send odor signals to each other carrying information about our gender, our health, our reproductive…
African elephant numbers ‘could fall by one-fifth’ due to poaching
The scale of the elephant poaching epidemic could lead to local populations becoming extinct, an IUCN report says.