There’s a smarter way to set meaningful goals. And that’s the topic of the newest Further Original from Claire Emerson.
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A start-up called Ambrosia is charging about $8,000 a pop for blood transfusions from people under 25. The company buys its blood from blood banks and now has about 100 paying customers.
Really interesting tips about how much water to drink, and when. No, the words “eight glasses” do not appear in this article, which is refreshing in itself.
Greek salad is my favorite, even though we don’t make it correctly in the States (hint: there’s no lettuce). If you’re looking for the authentic version that’s also a nutritious and delightful summer dish, here you go.
If salad-making isn’t your thing, maybe join me this fall in Greece? Doing research for my 50th birthday excursion in Europe means I get to share what I find with you.
You’ve probably heard that spending money on experiences like travel makes you happier than just buying material things. When they go well, that is. But when they go badly, they’re worse than a bad purchase.
The experiences we have in those critical adolescent years have the potential to affect the brain we will live with for the rest of our lives, which gives our teenage experiences with popularity such immense power.
Employing just a few of these 12 ways to increase your retirement income can make a big difference. See which ones make sense for you and could boost your future financial security.
Your cognitive capacity is significantly reduced when your smartphone is within reach — even if it’s off — suggests new research.
Fascinating piece in The Atlantic that reviews the Harvard Study of Adult Development. That’s where researchers at Harvard have been following 268 men who entered college in the late 1930s through war, career, marriage and divorce, parenthood and grandparenthood, and old age.
Some of the world’s most renowned scientists are questioning whether the universe has an inner life similar to our own. No, really.
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