The latest social media challenge to go viral involves latex and your teen's nasal cavity.
For many years, the critics of the Old Testament continued to argue that Moses invented the stories found in Genesis. The critics contended that the ancient people of the Old Testament times were too primitive to record documents with precise details.
Even if you only watch a few minutes of this talk, the lesson will come through. Using this one word (sometimes two) can change the direction of your life and improve how you see things. Enjoy!
Whole Foods is like Vegas. You go there to feel good but you leave broke, disoriented, and with the newfound knowledge that you have a vaginal disease.
A study released in November said almost a third of American adults either went hungry or worried about someone close to them going hungry this year.
The United States Courts for the Ninth Circuit will soon hear new arguments in a case that challenges the legitimacy and constitutionality of California's warrantless DNA collection program.
Japanese officials are currently engaging in talks with Russian diplomats about where tens of millions of Japanese refugees might relocate in the very-likely event that the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility's Reactor 4 completely collapses.
This is such a lengthy comment on my blog “The Humbug Of Science“, I decided to post it here as a guest blog. My friend Eliezer has given permission: please comment on HIS comment!
After serving four years as a reconnaissance man and deploying twice to Iraq, Brian Scott Ostrom, now 27, returned home to the U.S. with a severe case of post-traumatic stress disorder.
One of history’s most famous and foreboding doomsday predictions might never have been made, according to a German researcher. His new interpretation of a 1,300-year-old tablet affirms that the ancient Maya regarded December 21, 2012, as a moment of great importance—but not, as some believe, because they foresaw an apocalypse on that date.