Your Emails Are Too Long: Here's How to Fix Them
I recently received an email asking me a simple request. However, the email was three pages long. The whole message could have been three lines, but instead the author decided to write a short novella.
How to Get Rid of a Virus (Even When Your Computer Won't...
So you've contracted a virus that's taken over your computer, and you can't even boot up to try and troubleshoot the problem. The solution: Create a rescue CD, boot into a safe environment, and rid your PC of any nefarious software while it sleeps.
New Landmark California Acupuncture Health Insurance Law...
Is There a Connection Between Ciprofloxacin and Tendonitis?...
Brief and Straightforward Guide: Is There a Connection Between Ciprofloxacin and Tendonitis?
You're What Kind Of Doctor?
"Wait, you're what kind of doctor? A nat-uro-pathic doctor? What's that?" I get this question all the time. It's not so surprising when it comes from someone I meet in a coffee shop or on an airplane, but I still hear it from other doctors, too.
Misplaced Loyality Towards Hurtful Parents
10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Child About Food
Time to Reconsider Flying With Your Pet?
Time to reconsider taking your pet along on the next family vacation.
Manifestation and Magic
Instant Happy: Quickie Attitude Makeovers
"We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them."—Albert Einstein
Possible Royal Remains Discovered in England
Image credit: University of Leicester/AP The search for the body of England's King Richard III may finally be over. A team of archeologists from the University of Leicester has announced that they have exhumed a set of remains that are believed to ha...
Hands-off approaches OK for sleepless infants, study says...
Parents who repeatedly wake up to soothe and cradle their baby may find themselves sleep-deprived, stressed-out, and even depressed.
Getting Information from a Pendulum
How to Know Who's Not Who They Claim to Be Online « Null...
First residents of the Sky Hive
The first Sky Hive prototype was placed in the Sphinxpark Maastricht. The 7 meter long object makes beekeeping possible and visible in public urban areas, with the aim to attract a new generation o...
Soy & Breast Cancer Survival
To prevent a recurrence should breast cancer survivors on tamoxifen seek or snub soy?
Why You Should Talk to Kids About Cyberbullying [INFOGRAPHIC]...
There is a lot to do before your kid's school year commences. Hopefully, having a talk about cyberbullying will be on your to-do list.
What trash can tell us about the U.S. economy
Scientists Develop Integrated Gene Switch
Heidelberg, Germany (Scicasts) - Scientists of the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) have developed "RNA switches" which allow them to specifically turn on and off genes in viruses. This will help to enhance regulation of gene therapy and viral th...