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Fri, Apr 17, 2015 3:57 PM
Travel Channel series will make you rethink everything you thought you knew about historical sites.
A 1,000-year-old doctors' manual holds the key to an infection that kills roughly 5,000 people a year.
Our desire for nostalgia and relaxation may be why Amazon can't keep these books in stock.
The study considers factors like feelings of purpose, relationships and pride in the community.
These fashionistas want to change their field's harmful environmental practices one garment at a time.
Mickael Jou's ethereal self-portraits offer a glimpse of the emotions he feels while dancing.
Most of us don't need to wear glasses anymore. So why do we?
There's more to recycling than just bringing items to the curb. Find out how to incorporate all levels of recycling into your life.
With 'StarTalk,' America’s favorite astrophysicist hopes to reach people who don't like science in addition to those who definitely do.
Actor says development of his 104-acre Blackadore Caye off Belize will be 'restorative,' with conservation and sustainability at the core of the project.
The so-called caveman regimen keeps skin clear and healthy, say advocates.
Not as well-known as the fabled El Dorado, the Incan city of Paititi has similar legends of a lost city of gold and precious gems.
Lashes keeps eyes moist and dust-free, so messing with their length could impact your eyes.
Host Jennie Turner Garlington continues her mission to entertain and educate audiences to save the environment and improve their lives.
These tales of adventure and endurance will inspire travel plans — and leave you thinking big thoughts.
What’s art today could be gone tomorrow in these beautiful incarnations.
Pop-culture expert writes about entertainment, arts — and the occasional zombie.
Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.