Can you boost mental performance with a pill? A growing number of self-styled biohackers and Silicon Valley types swear that so-called nootropics explain their ability to fit 30 hours’ worth of stuff into a 24-hour day. But the science behind it is a mixed bag.
In the heat of the moment, tossing out an ultimatum to your boss, your partner, or even a restaurant manager after a decidedly awful experience might seem like the best if not only option. But, #realtalk: Are these my-way-or-the-highway brokerages ever really a good idea?
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Going all-meat has helped some people with diabetes lower their glucose. But is it safe?
Recent research found smoke particles in an empty classroom.
A New York studio holds classes in colder temps.
Scientists say a hormonal shift after dropping pounds can make maintenance an uphill battle.
While most people pay attention to their macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates, and fat), they often forget about watching their micronutrients—the vitamins and minerals in foods.