An afternoon snooze is one of the best things you can do for your health — and here’s why.
One morning Genghis Khan, the great king and warrior, rode out into the woods to have a day's sport. Many of his friends were with him. They rode out gayly, carrying their bows and arrows. Behind them came the servants with the hounds.
How old would you think you are if you didn’t know your own age?
More than 300 million people in Asia, Africa and Latin America are at risk of life-threatening diseases like cholera and typhoid because of the increasing pollution of water in rivers and lakes, the U.N. Environment Program said Tuesday.
A pair of fatalities from lightning strikes over the weekend lifted the U.S. death toll from such accidents this year to 29, the most since 2010, the National Weather Service said on Monday.
The productivity of American workers fell in the second quarter, continuing a 12-month decline that fuels concerns about corporate profits and the ability of businesses to maintain their recent brisk hiring pace.
Virtual reality has huge potential, but the general public still has a lot to learn about what it can do. And augmented reality is coming on fast.
Rising temperatures caused by climate change may cost the world economy over $2 trillion in lost productivity by 2030 as hot weather makes it unbearable to work in some parts of the world, according to U.N. research published Tuesday.
Once, a young Jewish person approached a famous New York rabbi and said that he wanted to study the Talmud.
We are all trying to better ourselves: to become kinder, smarter, stronger, and happier. That is why the road to self-improvement must start with adopting a positive mental attitude.