Bhutan is the world’s greenest country due to its government’s and people’s strong commitment to environmental conservation, rather than economic growth.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is one of the leading causes of partial blindness in developed countries. Although it has historically been difficult to treat, scientists are now developing a new cell replacement therapy that could drastically change this narrative.
There are countless firms that work to make computer networks safer and identify new computer viruses. But many ignore the most important point of infection; the human behind the screen.
There’s a tendency to believe that things used to be better. Think “Make America Great Again”. Although good for believing change is possible, it’s wrong to think that everything is worse now. In fact, in many ways, the world has never been better.
For many, waking up earlier seems an almost impossible task. Although some research shows early risers may benefit more throughout their day than late starters, others disagree. Here’s a look at the evidence.
Too often, we leave conversations feeling like we didn’t get to say everything we wanted to. In his book, “Talk
There’s no denying their wealth of the elderly’s knowledge in life experience. This in mind, Karl Pillemer, interviewed 700 elderly people in the US who have experienced rewarding long-term relationships for his book “30 Lessons for Loving”.
With paper, word documents and the cloud, it’s arguable that we don’t need our memory for much anymore. But what if you can’t have access to your phone, your laptop or notes? What if you have to remember a speech, revise for an exam, or even just sound smart in a conversation?