Robert Montenegro is a writer and dramaturg who lives in Washington DC. He is a graduate of Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.
Electroceuticals -- electrical signals used to trick the brain into thinking the gut is full -- have been approved by the FDA to treat obesity.
The nonprofit sector is unfairly geared toward large, mainstream organizations that take in the most money but don't adequately engage with the people most affected by a problem.
A new group unaffiliated with the Girl Scouts of America empowers young girls to advocate against racial inequality.
The recession is on its way out and, with it, so goes the hirer's job market. When conducting interviews, remember that your job is to disqualify wrong candidates while simultaneously keeping good ones from...
Sports physiologist Dr. Allen Lim and expert chef Biju Thomas first joined forces at the 2008 Tour de France in an attempt to wean athletes off processed energy bars.
While no piece of technology can instantly put someone to sleep, various forms of research are making strides toward better sleep efficiency and other improvements.
Re-Read, a literature recycling social enterprise headquartered in Doncaster, England, has given away 54,000 books to children since it was established in September 2012.
The Atlantic's Conor Friedersdorf argues that placing King's face on U.S. currency makes sense on many counts. He also argues that "Old Hickory's" racist legacy makes him the best candidate to be removed to make...
A recent survey conducted by the Oklahoma State University Department of Agricultural Economics found that the percentage of Americans who support labels on foods containing GMOs also support labels on food...