June 21, 2017
Finance & Business

The Best Credit Cards for College Grads

If you’ve graduated college recently and are about to embark on what most people refer to as adult life, then one of the things you’re going […]
June 19, 2017
Education

Great Jobs that DON’T Need a 4 Year Degree

1. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Projected growth: 188% Median salary: $35,330 If you’re thinking of becoming an administrative assistant, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) recommends a high […]
June 17, 2017
Medical

Easy Ways to KILL your SUGAR ADDICTION

Some studies have shown that sugar is an even bigger killer than tobacco. And we’re all eating far too much of it. Here are some ways […]
June 16, 2017
Cancer Symptoms

CANCER: The Symptoms

June 14, 2017
Featured Articles

10 MYTHS About the BRAIN that Just Aren’t True

MYTH 1: The Brain is Grey Although much of the brain is gray (hence the term ‘gray matter’), it’s also white, black and red. The white […]
June 12, 2017
Education

Using iPads With Autistic Children

Jordan Sadler, a speech therapist created an iPad app called Puppet Pals, where she restaged the communication breakdown between two 5-year old autistic children as a movie, taking photos of the room for the background and of the kids for the characters. By using the app to show an instant replay of the scuffle, Sadler and the kids identified what went wrong and then recreated the scene, this time making better decisions.
June 11, 2017
Education

Five Things To Watch Out for that College Admissions Directors May Not Warn You About

College search is an important life event for most high school seniors. Students usually have a running list of schools they’re interested in based on general location, size, majors and programs of study, among many other things. The final decision in finding the right is usually made after a campus visit.
June 10, 2017
Medical

8 Fascinating Things Your Body Says About Your Personality & Health

New findings show that one of the most important factors in determining which sports one will be good at is correlated with location of one’s bellybutton. The idea is, where your bellybutton is, is where your center of gravity is—and this may determine your inherent abilities to run and swim. Those with higher a navel position tend to be better runners (because they usually have longer legs proportionate to their height), while people with a lower navel position are good swimmers (due to a longer torso).
June 8, 2017
Medical

Scientific Solutions to Common Sleep Problems

Modern urban living can bring with it a myriad of distractions, making it harder and harder to get a good night's sleep. Ideally we are supposed to get seven to nine hours of sleep, but many Americans don't hit that target every night. Sleep has incredible health benefits, like boosting metabolism, improving our memories, and even making us generally happier. If you face any one of these common sleep problems, here's what science says you should do.
June 7, 2017
Travel

Travel Secrets

Which is the best seat on an aircraft? How do you get the best deal for a trip? Can we make airline food tastier? These, and many other questions, have long intrigued travelers. Here, we present some answers for your edification and use.
June 3, 2017
Ancestors

How to USE/FIND Ancestors ONLINE

The world we live in today is populated with people who are a mix of different religions, cultures, ethnicities and gene pools. Over time, populations have moved across countries and continents, adopting various languages and customs as their own. The USA is a case in point which has welcomed immigrants who have integrated and formed their own individual nationality.
May 30, 2017
Cancer Symptoms

Top Five Cancer Symptoms you Should be Aware of

Most of us really don’t know what to look for as far as signs and symptoms of cancer are concerned. Other than the well-publicized, self-test for breast cancer, awareness of which signs and symptoms we must look out for is nearly non-existent.