Not Gatorade, not water, but milk. Why? Jalopnik explains.
To have sound levels of self-esteem is one of the gateways to happiness. But achieving this has very little to do with the progress of our careers.
WW2 saw the nations of the world investing massive amounts of manpower and money into the development of better ways to extinguish life in hopes of turning the tide of the war in their respective favors.
Ketchup: it’s as American as baseball, July 4th and blues music. But have you ever wondered where it came from?
There are over 1,500 studies proving coconut oil to be one of the healthiest foods available. The benefits and uses go beyond what most people realize.
For some reason, Disney mixed up their standard princess formula with Brother Bear, and shoved it in Pixar’s direction to force them to make a film. And what we got is… this.
VICE founder Shane Smith heads to Moscow to meet the man who started the conversation about surveillance, Edward Snowden.
David Kessler, the former Commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, argues that all mental health issues, including addiction, depression, and overeating, can be explained by “capture”—a process where focusing on selective stimuli results in adverse behaviors.
Some misconceptions about sports!
Seatbelts and airbags in cars save passengers lives. Parachutes save people who, for a variety of reasons, exit a plane in mid-flight. So why aren’t parachutes provided to passengers on commercial airline flights, in case of emergencies?