A diet guru explains why you should eat dinner at 2 pm

We talk a lot about what to eat, but what about when?

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Surprising Science
  • A recent study shows that over 50% of people eat over the course of fifteen hours every day.
  • Another study shows that restricting meals to an eight-hour window had profound effects on weight loss.
  • Dr. Jason Fung advocates for earlier dinners in a tighter feeding window.
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"Aquatic life is bathing in a soup of antidepressants," says marine biologist

Antidepressants are destroying underwater ecosystems, which we in turn eat.

Surprising Science
  • A new British study has discovered that "our aquatic life is bathing in a soup of antidepressants."
  • Entire ecosystems are being negatively affected by our pharmaceutical use.
  • The drugs re-enter our bodies when we consume seafood from these areas.
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Reddit's role in measuring the cultural temperature

Christine Lagorio-Chafkin spent six years writing the definitive history of Reddit.

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Culture & Religion
  • Senior Inc. writer Christine Lagorio-Chafkin has published We Are The Nerds, the definitive history of Reddit.
  • The website has been at the center of First Amendment battles for years.
  • In many ways, the culture is measured through discussions occurring on Reddit.
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Why you need to embrace fighting with your co-workers

The road to harmony often means getting your hands dirty.

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Technology & Innovation
  • The latest issue of Harvard Business Review's OnPoint is dedicated to arguing well at work.
  • Embracing conflict leads to innovation and growth, while avoiding it stifles the work culture.
  • Learning how to fight well is best for both the company and the welfare of its employees.
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