The Ramifications of Yo-Yo Dieting on Women’s Heart
A cross-sectional study on 485 women done by the American Heart Association revealed that women who undergo yo-yo dieting or weight cycling risks damaging their heart health...
5 of the Most Colorful Hillsides in The World
Geological structures like mountains and hillsides don't only shape our world, but sometimes they color it too.
There Are Only Two Northern White Rhinos Left In The World
With only two northern white rhinos left in the world, saving the northern white rhino has become an international effort
Food Smart: Making the Right Choice For Your Pet’s Food
According to pet expert Dr. Jennier Maniet, choosing the perfect pet food is one of the hardest decisions for a pet owner
Researchers May Have Found the First Treatment for Chronic Fainting
A pacemaker might be the key to preventing fainting, making this the first dedicated treatment for this chronic condition.
4 Water Saving Tips For Your Vegetable Garden
Water conservation doesn't mean that you need to say goodbye to your garden, it just means making some changes.
Is Eating Organic Really Better for You and the Environment?
The question still remains: Are organic foods actually better for us and the environment?
Debunking These Common Myths Will Change Your Perception of Alcohol
Almost any social gathering without an ample supply of alcohol is likely to end early. After all, many regard it as the “life of the party.” It certainly comes with..
Sleeping Positions and How They Affect Our Quality of Sleep
While we survive changes and transitions, our sleeping schedules have also been affected, making us sleep more or barely at all.
This Tiny Robot-Beetle Runs on Alcohol
This tiny cyborg creature may one day be used as artificial pollinators during disasters or even for complex medical procedures.
Why Reusable Bags Aren’t as Environmentally-Friendly as We Think
There is a reason the world has declared war on plastic bags. They don't biodegrade. But are reusable bags a good alternative? Some researchers say probably not.
A New Dino-Discovery
This new discovery goes by the name Allosaurus Jimmadseni and it looks just as monstrous as it sounds.
Blue Eye Surgery: Is it Worth it?
The surgery was first introduced by a California-based company called Stroma Medical, that offers the procedure, currently running in clinical trials.
Waze Now Lets You Turn Your Car Into The Batmobile
Waze, the Google GPS and traffic app is known for having a wide range of voices, but the latest addition might make you feel rather superhuman.
5 Facts About The Majestic Redwood Tree
The California coast redwood tree is considered to be one of the most beautiful and majestic trees in the world.
Turns Out Women Are More Successful on the Job Hunt Than Men
LinkedIn's new 'Gender Insights report' show that women are 16% more successful compared to men in getting a job. They are also 18% more likely to be hired for senior roles...
The Ergonomic Mouse That Eases Tension
Here are a few great mice that are worth the investment if you spend multiple hours a day sitting in front of the computer.
How to Spot an American Tourist Abroad Part 2
Check out a few more of the best ways to recognize an American tourist overseas on your next vacation.
Vacation Photos Gone Horribly Wrong Part 2
So, you know that article you've read and liked about horrible pictures from horrible vacations? Great news! There's more where that came from and you are about to dive right..
Behold The Glory of the Tiger
Unfortunately, 93% of the incredibly diverse territories of the Tiger species have been repurposed. Research suggests that around half of the devastatingly dwindling number of..