Earwax, also known as cerumen in the medical tracks, is part of the natural defenses of our bodies. Secreted by … Continue reading What do you do with earwax?
James McKean wants to revolutionize the manual toothbrush. It’s January 2018. The 31-year-old MBA candidate at the University of Pennsylvania’s … Continue reading Have you tried Bristle?
Olympus was once the major leaders of the photographic industry, with the OM series revered for its svelte lines and … Continue reading What happened to Olympus?
Diseases prefer sticky, hot climates. Bacteria flourish in wet, moist environments, from salmonella emerging in left-out meat to cholera outbreaks … Continue reading What do we do to manage diseases and the environment for a habitable planet?
In the novel, The Uninhabitable Earth, David Wallace-Wells sets out a frightening vision: The world we live in is on … Continue reading Are we on an uninhabitable planet?
We all felt the warm feeling while driving by haunts of your old high school or hearing a song the … Continue reading Why are we attached to the past?
Some days my memory slips me. I try to remember stuff that seemed so easy like what I was looking … Continue reading How to improve your memory with a couple of simple tips?
Thanks to the internet, optical illusions again become popular. Maybe there’s some irony about the revived interest in these visual … Continue reading What tricks do illusions play on the mind?
Tired of putting off tasks you need to get done? If you ever had trouble persuading yourself to do things … Continue reading Why do we procrastinate?