Knock on wood… Researchers found that “people’s elevated concerns after tempting fate can be eliminated if they engage in a ritual to undo that bad luck.”
Bo Diddley’s Guide to Survival
Fitbit’s new Aria Wi-fi Smart Scale tracks your weight, body fat percentage, and BMI. Used in tandem with a Fitbit Flex band, your path towards healthier living will be on lock.
I strapped TDCS electrodes to my head to see if I could make myself smarter by stimulating my brain. Here’s what happened
photo by Jon Snyder
The Weirdo “No Hope” Diagram by R. Crumb. Transforming you with the “cold, hard truth.”
Freud, Interrupted by David Kamp (2012)
Lucian Freud, who died last year, still creating masterpieces at 88, was intensely private, rejecting the idea that an artist’s life mattered to his art. But Sigmund’s grandson, arguably the greatest portrait painter of his era, forged his closest bonds in his studio. With two major Freud retrospectives in view, David Kamp learns that those who sat for him—duchesses, drag queens, most of his women, and many of his children—will never forget what they discovered.
An English man has been diagnosed with a medical condition called “chronic lateness.”
“I got up at 8.15am to go to a David Bowie film at the DCA that started at seven o’clock. That gave me 11 hours to get ready. I knew I was going there — and I was 20 minutes late. I get down about it and it’s disturbing for other folk when you arrive late.”
What If You Stopped Going Outside?
A Dr. Sanjay Gupta Special Report
David Palmer, inventor of the massage chair.