The discovery of a red purse has offered a look into what everyday life was like for a teenager in 1950s Ohio. In 2019, a custodian at the North Canton Middle School was repairing lockers when he discovered
Why This Memory Expert Says You Need to Treat Your Brain Like a Muscle Improving your ability to remember takes practice. Author and memory optimization expert Jim Kwik offers simple tips to start giving
There's a switch inside every cell in your body. Flip it on and you're in growth mode. Your cells start dividing — but in the process, they make a lot of junk like mis-folded proteins, which help create
Nearly 6 Decades After the Civil Rights Act, Why Do Black Workers Still Have to Hustle to Get Ahead?
When you teach about racial inequality for a living, as I do, you have a before-and-after story. The story broadly goes that before the Civil Rights Act of 1964, racial inequality was legal and normative.
Melting permafrost releases ancient microbes today’s humans have never been exposed to and have no resistance to It is 2050. Beyond the emissions reductions registered in 2015, no further efforts were
Since 2006 and the first discovery of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) in North America, honeybee losses have continued to reach alarming rates, suffering on average 30% annual hive losses across the U.S.
The Akashinga, or “brave ones,” survived abuse and exploitation. Now, armed and trained like special forces, they're protecting the country’s most iconic wildlife. Sgt. Vimbai Kumire holds up a photo a
The Pending Home Sales Index fell in three regions and rose in one, compared to a year ago: The report blames inventory of existing homes listed for sale. “Feedback” from the NAR’s members indicated that
What if we told you the place you spend approximately one-third of your life is crawling with germs, bacteria and dust mites? Yuck, is right. Sadly, some of the nastiness is pretty unavoidable, but that
"There’s a lot of weird ... in here,” Abel Tesfaye says about his new home, a high-rise condo in Westwood he just moved into a few days prior. Tesfaye, better known as the Weeknd, is pointing toward an