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#ThanksMichelleObama For The ‘Healthy’ Lunch

Nov 22, 14 #ThanksMichelleObama For The ‘Healthy’ Lunch

Posted by in Health, Technology

Kids across the nation are thanking First Lady Michelle Obama for their school lunches -- well, not exactly. Hundreds are tweeting unappetizing photos of their school’s “healthy” meals, accompanied by the sarcastic hashtag #ThanksMichelleObama. Others are tweeting photos of trash cans piled high with those lunches and students choosing to leave the cafeteria with empty stomachs.

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Gobbling Up The Bucks

Nov 22, 14 Gobbling Up The Bucks

Posted by in Lifestyle, Seasonal

Thanksgiving is fast upon us. In fact, this Thursday, people all over the United States will consume the traditional Thanksgiving meal. Bloomberg recently explained that about 46 million turkeys don tables nationwide each year. However, Bloomberg also identified that turkeys will likely be more expensive, at least for the wholesale purchasers like grocery stores.

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Sexiest Man Alive: People Magazine Vs. Science

Nov 22, 14 Sexiest Man Alive: People Magazine Vs. Science

Posted by in Media & Entertainment, Science

In case you haven’t heard, Chris Hemsworth has been voted this year’s People magazine’s "Sexiest Man Alive." He replaced last year’s reigning hottie, Adam Levine, from Maroon 5. Although the magazine's Sexiest Man Alive rating has been around since 1985, how closely does its male attractiveness scale accurately portray what science says all women want?

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Let’s Talk Black Holes

Nov 22, 14 Let’s Talk Black Holes

Posted by in Miracles Of The Modern, Space

Have you ever wanted the chance to just sit down with a scientist so that you could pick their brain about some aspect of our Universe that you were curious about? Well, thanks to the National Science Foundation, a team sat down with astrophysicist Dan Evans of the Smithsonian Institute to ask him about one of the most fascinating aspects of his research: black holes.

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Q&A: When Cooking And Climate Change Intersect

Nov 22, 14 Q&A: When Cooking And Climate Change Intersect

Posted by in Science

Kenyan environmentalist Wanjira Maathai spokeon the sidelines of a conference on clean cooking that took place in New York on Thursday and Friday. It highlighted the dangers, particularly for women and girls, and the environmental impact of cooking with wood and charcoal.

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PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Nov 22, 14 PS4 Vs. Xbox One: Is One Better Than The Other?

Posted by in Gaming, Technology

Today marks the one-year anniversary of the launch of Microsoft’s eighth-generation Xbox One, and Sony celebrated the one-year anniversary of its PlayStation 4 on Nov. 15. Now that both consoles have been available for one year, we’re here to look at which is the better buy.

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6 Healthy Foods That Fill You Up Without Weighing You Down

Nov 21, 14 6 Healthy Foods That Fill You Up Without Weighing You Down

Posted by in Health

The grumble and rumble of your stomach at the most inopportune time can make even the most health conscious of eaters succumb to unhealthy snacking. Choosing healthy foods that will fill you up is essential to maintain a healthy weight or to lose weight. Fiber, protein, and water are the essential components to add to food and meal combination that you can enjoy without breaking your calorie bank.

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This Is The Brain On Magic Mushrooms

Nov 21, 14 This Is The Brain On Magic Mushrooms

Posted by in Science

The 1960s saw the height of psychedelia, a subculture that embraces the use of psychedelic drugs. And while there were many, many instances in which Tom Wolfe’s The Electric Kool Aid Acid Test could paint a good picture of what it was like — colorful lights, lots of noise, and school buses full of people high on acid blasting the Grateful Dead — there were others looking into the therapeutic potential of psychedelics.

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Google’s Play To Make Mobile Search Ads Relevant Again

Nov 21, 14 Google’s Play To Make Mobile Search Ads Relevant Again

Posted by in Technology

Google is doing its best to defend the mobile Web against the onslaught of mobile apps that increasingly fulfill users' everyday needs. The search giant today made a small tweak to its mobile search results with potentially big implications: a new label that designates which pages are "mobile-friendly."

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Scientists Are Trying To Clone The Woolly Mammoth

Nov 21, 14 Scientists Are Trying To Clone The Woolly Mammoth

Posted by in Science

"Jurassic Park" is still fiction, for now. But scientists hope they will soon be able to clone a 40,000-year-old woolly mammoth, using a specimen uncovered last year.

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