"We shouldn't be in the dark ages about knowing the health situation around us," says Kinsa founder Inder Singh. We mostly are in the dark ages, however, because medicine makers haven't focused on mapping the spread of disease, just stopping its biological causes.
Why did Homo Sapiens survive where other animals died off? The answer has to do with evolution.
Can you imagine inviting a Navy SEAL to come live with you and your family? Not to worry, author Jesse Itzler has already gone there for you.
What is the value of infatuation?
One turkey. Two types of muscles. Two different temperatures needed to cook properly. Put away the roasting pan and get ready to spatchcock the bird.
Archetypes are dull as ditchwater. The 'Cloud Atlas' author is much fonder of nuance.
Renowned medical researcher Dr. Rudolph Tanzi takes you on a tour of the brain, and explains why positive thinking might be the best gift you can give your genes this holiday season.
Propaganda is nothing new — it's as old as politics itself — but adding the connective power of the Internet to the equation reveals an entirely new level of media that ISIS is all too happy to exploit.
Author and activist Ayaan Hirsi Ali says she doesn't buy into the major worries about Islamophobia.
Today we have members of four generations working side by side. That's great for diversity, inclusion, perspective, and innovation. It also produces new challenges with regard to communication.
The author and activist explores the well-intentioned, yet harmful way members of the left prioritize tolerance over reform within Islam.