Just when there are 3 seconds in the game, and this last play determines the victor, the phone rings. You are interrupted at the special moment when you want no distractions.
Artist and researcher Nickolay Lamm has partnered with a computational geneticist to research and illustrate what we might look like 20,000 years in the future, as well as 60,000 years and 100,000 years out.
Most people seem to have the worst time talking to aging parents about finances and control over other life changing decisions.
No one wants to give up their smartphone, despite the health and safety risks these electronic devices may impose. Up until the other day I felt the same way.
Almost two decades ago, a doctor named Surendra S. Shastri was put in charge of preventative oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India. One of his biggest jobs: to figure out how to cut the toll from cervical cancer, which kills 200,000 women a year in the developing world but is rare in developed […]
Mehmet Oz hosts a popular TV show that reaches millions of people. He offers a constant stream of medical advice, and he is popular because he makes his topics sound dramatic, or exciting, or surprising, or all three.
We’ve all dealt with criticism, whether that’s in the lunchroom, the boardroom, or at brunch.
What really sets high achievers apart is not that they do a lot, but that they don’t do a lot. The most successful people filter out thousands of opportunities every day, and focus on a very few important tasks.
It’s almost the end of February, and after two months of self-denial, your New Year’s resolution to lose weight is proving discouragingly difficult. You know what you need to do: Cut calories and up your activity level. And you’re on the right track – but the train seems to have slowed down to a crawl.
A large study conducted with funding from the Spanish government appears to have settled an old debate: What should people eat to avoid having a heart attack or stroke? It turns out it may not be how much fat you eat but what kind.