Over 100 Egyptian Coffins Have Been Discovered in Ancient Burial Complex
Archeologists had discovered ancient Egyptian coffins and mummies in a massive burial ground.
A Carpenter Is Saving Toronto’s Homeless From Freezing, One Mobile Shelter At A Time
Khaleel Seivwright doesn't have a solution for Toronto's homeless problem, but the carpenter is still trying to help.
Oregon’s Decriminalization of Drugs Could be a New Path to Ending the War on Drugs
Oregon became the first state in the United States to decriminalized all drugs. Will the radical move shift the failed war on drugs in the right direction?
This Clean Energy Power Plant Doubles as a Breathtaking Ski Slope
Power plants aren't typically tourist attractions. Unless, of course, they have a ski slope, climbing wall, and rooftop bar.
Cow Hugging is the Wellness Trend 2020 Needs
Need of a hug? Well, a cow might be just the animal you're looking for. Cows might not seem like the best huggers, but cow hugging is a growing wellness trend.
Study Reveals Sharks Can Be ‘Friends’ With Other Sharks
Sharks are the ocean's top predator, but do they have friends? A new study suggests that sharks may indeed be friendly with one another.
An Ex-Security Guard is Now a Med Student at the Hospital Where He Used to Work
Russell Ledet may have started at Baton Rouge General Medical Center as a security guard, but he would leave and later return as a doctor.
Will We Ever Unwrap The Mystery of Near-Death Experiences?
Brushes with the afterlife are both perplexing and intriguing to scientists and those who've experienced them alike.
Could Lab-Grown Meat Be Coming To Menus Sooner Than Expected?
Lab-grown meat might still be limited to science labs, but one fast food giant wants to take it national.
“I’m in an unhealthy relationship.”
20 WONDROUS STORIES OF RADICAL SELF LOVE Exclusive Excerpts from “The Wounded Healer” by Andy Chaleff In This Story: A look glass view into an archetype that holds: “I’m in an unhealthy relationship.” Sue is...
What I learned from living 30 years in Community
I fly to visit Jewels Toro at her retreat center at the foothills of the Spanish pueblo Órgiva. The first thing I notice is the hippy-like quality of the surroundings. I can’t tell if the...
How Sick Children are Helping to Change Medical Marijuana Laws in the U.S.
Marijuana might not have the sordid reputation it once had, but it’s still illegal at a federal level and medical marijuana is only legal in about half the states. Hundreds of families are working to...
Shifting global consciousness with a handful of soil
I met Josh in January of 2018. He is hard to make out. He is slender and well taken care of, with a fresh haircut pushed to the side. It’s hard to tell his age...
Resistance to Antibiotics Will be the Next Worldwide Epidemic. What are the Solutions?
Recently, the United Nations convened to discuss the growing global threat of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, aka “superbugs”. While their pronouncement is bleak, a string of new research offers some hope in the battle against evolving bacteria....
10 Companies Saving the Planet (and Making a Ton of Money Doing it)
Listening to the way conservatives like to talk up dirty, inefficient and old-fashioned industries, because of the money they can generate, you’d be forgiven for thinking that companies who make a positive impact on the...
On This Tiny Island of Japan, People Live to 100+. Here’s How.
Beyond the southernmost tip of Japan lies an island known as the “Island of Immortals”. They haven’t found the fountain of youth, but the elders of Okinawa seem to know the secret for living a...
What You Should Know About Livestock Antibiotics and Our Health
By now, many of us know about the disgusting conditions on factory farms. Animals are kept in tiny cages, and are selectively bred to grow unnaturally large; some chickens become so plump that their legs...
This Man Thinks Mushrooms Can Fix the Environment and Take Down Monsanto
Monsanto is one of the largest developers of genetically altered seeds and pesticides like Roundup. It pulls in around $16 billion a year and is under near constant criticism for its development of harmful chemicals....