633  7 Ways To Keep Your Brain Healthy, According To Experts

633 7 Ways To Keep Your Brain Healthy, According To Experts

Being active and eating well helps keep your body healthy, but these habits can also aid in keeping your mind sharp. To reduce your risk of losing the ability to think well, the American Heart Ass...

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632 10 tech gadgets that’ll make your everyday life easier

632 10 tech gadgets that’ll make your everyday life easier

A good gadget solves a problem, but solving a problem isn’t the same as making your life easier. A fitness tracker might help you live healthier, but being constantly reminded to move isn’t ver...

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631 One-Fifth of Americans Find Workplace Hostile or Threatening

631 One-Fifth of Americans Find Workplace Hostile or Threatening

The American workplace is grueling, stressful and surprisingly hostile. So concludes an in-depth study of 3,066 U.S. workers by the Rand Corp., Harvard Medical School and the University of Cali...

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630 Wisconsin company Three Square Market to microchip employees

630 Wisconsin company Three Square Market to microchip employees

A Wisconsin company is to become the first in the US to microchip employees. Three Square Market is offering to implant the tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip into workers' hands f...

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629 Five countries where people live the longest

629 Five countries where people live the longest

Explorers throughout history have searched for the legendary fountain of youth. And while the elusive fountain has yet to be found, certain places across the world have emerged as centres where pe...

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628 Time, not material goods, ‘raises happiness’

628 Time, not material goods, ‘raises happiness’

Using money to free-up time is linked to increased happiness, a study says. In an experiment, individuals reported greater happiness if they used £30 ($40) to save time - such as by paying for ...

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627 Planetary protection officer wanted, generous salary

627 Planetary protection officer wanted, generous salary

Nasa is seeking a new "planetary protection officer" tasked with defending the earth from alien life. More specifically, the job's main concern is avoiding "biological contamination in human an...

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626 Scientists dim sunlight, suck up carbon dioxide to cool planet

626 Scientists dim sunlight, suck up carbon dioxide to cool planet

Scientists are sucking carbon dioxide from the air with giant fans and preparing to release chemicals from a balloon to dim the sun's rays as part of a climate engineering push to cool the planet....

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625 Working More Than 55 Hours a Week Could Affect Heart Health

625 Working More Than 55 Hours a Week Could Affect Heart Health

Long hours at work can leave you feeling stressed and exhausted, but they may also be affecting your heart health. According to a new study, employees who work more than 55 hours per week may be a...

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624 YouTube Has Started Redirecting Searches for Violent Extremism to Anti-Terrorism Videos

624 YouTube Has Started Redirecting Searches for Violent Extremism to Anti-Terrorism Videos

YouTube has started to redirect searches for violent extremism content sometimes used to recruit ISIS members to anti-terrorism videos. The technique, implemented with Google as part of a four-...

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623 New diesel and petrol vehicles to be banned from 2040 in UK

623 New diesel and petrol vehicles to be banned from 2040 in UK

New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned in the UK from 2040 in a bid to tackle air pollution, the government has announced. Ministers have also unveiled a £255m fund to help councils...

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622 Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says

622 Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says

One in three cases of dementia could be prevented if more people looked after their brain health throughout life, according to an international study in the Lancet. It lists nine key risk factors...

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621 8 new skills you can learn by watching YouTube

621 8 new skills you can learn by watching YouTube

It isn't all about cat videos. YouTube generates billions of views a day across news, music, movies, shows, live streams, andr free, as long as you don't mind sitting through a few ads. Among t...

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620 Why You Should Think Twice Before Ordering Coffee or Tea on a Plane

620 Why You Should Think Twice Before Ordering Coffee or Tea on a Plane

“Flight attendants will not drink hot water on the plane. They will not drink plain coffee, and they will not drink plain tea,” one flight attendant told Business Insider in February. Why the self...

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619 5 Rules For Eating Healthy In Japan

619 5 Rules For Eating Healthy In Japan

Eating Smart And Enjoying Your Meals Aren't Mutually Exclusive Japanese food is viewed as being one of the healthiest in the world, and rightly so — if you can stick to a traditional diet and a...

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618 7 Surprising Facts About Men’s Health

618 7 Surprising Facts About Men’s Health

Former President Bill Clinton established National Men’s Health Week in 1994 and it has been celebrated every year since. It serves as a way to encourage the men and boys in our lives to embrace h...

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617 Are food pesticides harmful to humans?

617 Are food pesticides harmful to humans?

Pesticides are dangerous by design. Their job, after all, is to wipe out living organisms, so it's no surprise that they may cause health risks to people in some cases. Health risks depend not onl...

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616 Elon Musk wants to connect brains to computers with new company

616 Elon Musk wants to connect brains to computers with new company

Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk is launching a new company called Neuralink with the intention of connecting computers directly to human brains, according to a report. The Wall Street Journa...

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615 The Japanese skill copied by the world

615 The Japanese skill copied by the world

Mindfulness has become trendy around the world in recent years – but in Japan, it’s been ingrained into the culture for centuries. As the sleek shinkansen bullet train glided noiselessly into t...

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614 Travel without a suitcase with 13 packing tips from a Japanese pro

614 Travel without a suitcase with 13 packing tips from a Japanese pro

Seasoned travelers know how to make efficient use of their suitcase space, but it takes a real pro to travel without a suitcase at all. When getting ready to travel abroad, packing is always a ...

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613 9 great things walkers and bikers know about their communities that you don’t

613 9 great things walkers and bikers know about their communities that you don’t

"The art of seeing has to be learned." It's much like practicing mindfulness, really. While that sounds like a laudable goal, it's also one of those things that's hard to put on your "to do" li...

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612 Desperately short of labor, mid-sized Japanese firms plan to buy robots

612 Desperately short of labor, mid-sized Japanese firms plan to buy robots

Desperate to overcome Japan's growing shortage of labor, mid-sized companies are planning to buy robots and other equipment to automate a wide range of tasks, including manufacturing, earthmoving ...

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610 Eight ways intelligent machines are already in your life

610 Eight ways intelligent machines are already in your life

Many people are unsure about exactly what machine learning is. But the reality is that it is already part of everyday life. A form of artificial intelligence, it allows computers to learn from ...

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609 Rich List 2017: Six surprising ways to make money

609 Rich List 2017: Six surprising ways to make money

If you want to get rich fast, then donning a pinstriped suit and heading for the City has traditionally been seen as the most straightforward path to wealth. Unsurprisingly this year's ranking ...

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608 FOR THE LOVE OF DOG

608 FOR THE LOVE OF DOG

Dogs used to be thought of as guards, then as companions. Now they are being treated like children. No longer are they stuck with idiotic names like Fido and Fluffy: these days they get human name...

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607 How about a bath instead of a workout?

607 How about a bath instead of a workout?

According to a recent study from the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine at Loughborough University in the U.K., “An hour-long hot bath can boost metabolic health and cause an anti-inf...

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606 What to do about your noisy office?

606 What to do about your noisy office?

Anyone who has worked in an open office or shared a confined space with colleagues knows ambient sounds become synonymous with stress. But there are, at times, biological reasons why open office n...

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605 Five numbers that will define the next 100 years

605 Five numbers that will define the next 100 years

From energy to life expectancy, these crucial statistics could define Earth’s upcoming century. 83 million more people are alive in the world this year than last year. That’s the same as addin...

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604 Delayed Vending Machines Encourage Healthier Snack Choices, Study Finds

604 Delayed Vending Machines Encourage Healthier Snack Choices, Study Finds

If cookies, chips, and other high-calorie snacks take longer to fall from the vending machine, you may be enticed to get a healthier snack instead, according to a new study funded by the National ...

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603 6 reasons to make your bed every morning

603 6 reasons to make your bed every morning

This simple chore can lead to happiness and better sleep, so why not give it a shot? Last year, Naval Adm. William H. McRaven — the man who commanded the SEAL team that hunted for Osama bin Lad...

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602 10 Best Jobs for Seniors

602 10 Best Jobs for Seniors

There are several jobs to choose from when making the decision to work after you've reached the traditional age of retirement. Here are ten in-demand jobs for those who want to continue working we...

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601 British prisoners put to work building prefab homes

601 British prisoners put to work building prefab homes

As of 2015, 83 prisons across England and Wales partake in public/private partnerships in which inmates are paid between £40 and £50 per week for performing outsourced work using equipment and mat...

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600 Happiness report: Norway is the happiest place on Earth

600 Happiness report: Norway is the happiest place on Earth

Norway is the happiest place on Earth, according to a United Nations agency report - toppling neighbour Denmark from the number one position. The World Happiness Report measures "subjective wel...

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599  Is Sleeping Too Long An Early Sign Of Dementia? 3 Surprising Things Linked To Poor Brain Function

599 Is Sleeping Too Long An Early Sign Of Dementia? 3 Surprising Things Linked To Poor Brain Function

Sleep is a good indicator of our overall health and well-being. Seven to nine hours of sleep is recommended to feel truly rested, but oversleeping on a regular basis could signal problems with our...

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598 Hitachi develops technology to use bamboo as fuel

598 Hitachi develops technology to use bamboo as fuel

Hitachi Ltd. said it has developed a technology to utilize bamboo as fuel for boilers and biomass power generation. The new technology is expected to address a situation in which unused bamboo...

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597 6 Bad Habits That Give You Back Pain: Changes To Make For Pain Relief

597 6 Bad Habits That Give You Back Pain: Changes To Make For Pain Relief

Almost everyone you know, whether it's your grandparents, best friend, or boss, has complained of back pain. It's one of the most common forms of pain; about 80 percent of Americans have or will g...

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596 Scientists highlight deadly health risks of climate change

596 Scientists highlight deadly health risks of climate change

The future is expected to hold more deadly heat waves, the fast spread of certain infectious diseases and catastrophic food shortages. These events could cause premature deaths -- and they're a...

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595 Five natural alternatives to sugar

595 Five natural alternatives to sugar

Have you noticed just how many foods at your local market are now labeled "natural"? According to a recent Consumer Reports survey, 73% of shoppers seek out labels with this term (despite the f...

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594 Desk stuff to make your workday more productive, cheerful, and disaster-proof

594 Desk stuff to make your workday more productive, cheerful, and disaster-proof

Like it or not, your desk is a reflection of your work and your personality. Luckily, organized isn't a synonym for dull or sparse. Below, things that will keep you and your tools humming at maxim...

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593 Maintaining Good Eye Health: What Causes Cataracts And 3 Ways To Prevent Cloudy Vision

593 Maintaining Good Eye Health: What Causes Cataracts And 3 Ways To Prevent Cloudy Vision

We take many of our body's daily functions for granted, like using our legs to move, our voice to talk, or our eyes to see. Sight helps us navigate the world around us; our eyes communicate with o...

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