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Without engaging with natural environments, our brains cease to work well. As the new field of environmental neuroscience proves, exposure to nature isn’t a luxury – it’s a necessity.
A polo shirt, a white apron and a retro hairdo changed an actor’s life forever.
A thoroughly modern nuisance for consumers, shippers, and retailers alike.
Decades of declassified memos, internal reports, and study projects create the sense that the government doesn’t have satisfying answers for the most perplexing sightings.
Make sure your computer is going to last as long as possible.
The hive mind of the internet is good, for once.
At least nine hominin species once roamed the Earth, so what became of our vanished ancestors?
One thing’s for sure: The CIA doesn’t want you to know.
Preparing yourself for the worst is easier than you might think — and it’s never been more important.
Your Mental Dictionary Is Part of What Makes You Unique − Here’s How Your Brain Stores and Retrieves Words [11/18]The Conversation
Most people can draw from tens of thousands of words in their memory within milliseconds. Studying this process can improve language disorder treatment and appreciation of the gift of communication.
The collective erosion of X, Instagram, and Facebook marks a turning point for millennials, who are outgrowing a constant need to be plugged in.
Surprised individuals and small-business owners can’t pay rent or make payroll, and no one ever explains what they did wrong.
Start with this: You really have two noses.
Retailers would rather complain about shoplifting than invest in fighting it.
The industry claims to offer answers for all our stress and symptoms – but we ‘still lack the fundamentals of wellbeing’. How did this happen?
Fox never explained that abrupt firing of cable news’ biggest star, allowing conspiracy theories to fester. Now, in his new book, ‘Network of Lies,’ Brian Stelter explores the myriad factors contributing to Carlson’s cancellation.
A national plague of workplace injuries was once a media obsession. Now it’s all but forgotten.
Electric cars are crucial, but not enough to solve climate change. We can’t let them crowd out car-free transit options.
As Microsoft Word turns 40, we look at the role the software has played in four decades of language and communication evolution.
The captivating stories that Pocket readers saved most last month.