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We break down the eight specific brain functions that were evaluated by the President's recent cognitive assessment.
Bad days, break-ups, or stress-filled meetings may have you craving some comfort food to ease your anxiety. But don't reach for that chocolate bar just yet.
I assume France will be cutting out the "liberté" part of its "liberté, égalité, fraternité" motto?
Knowing how to code becomes the next phase of literacy.
Get in the know about one of the world's most gorgeous natural events.
Keeping sugar-sweetened beverages off the dinner table.
The ban brings to light a bigger issue.
Iran is starting to show works of Western art that have been underground for 40 years.
The supply chain for recycling paper burns more fossil fuel than it needs to. Epson has come up with a solution.
Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan will give away billions through their new LLC.
Prepare for the Great Space Gold Rush of 2025.
Long live the bicycle!
What will become of the unemployed humans?
Women's entrepreneurship is a big key to solving global poverty. How can we make it easier for women to start their own businesses?
How likely we are to bounce back from a setback is not predetermined. Here's why, and what you can do to cultivate your inner fighter.
It's been 60 years since Rosa Parks stood up for equality on a Montgomery, Alabama, bus. What would she have to say today?
Amidst international conversations about climate change, Chinese artists are turning pollution into an artistic endeavor.
The brain behind these shelters is Industrial Designer Johan Karlsson, designing what he described as an “incremental modification to existing refugee shelters.”
A drug is going into human testing that could prevent rapid aging.
An update on the star 1,480 light-years away that gave us hope we weren't alone in the universe.