A new study out shows that when it comes to intelligence, the oldest child has the upper hand. Laci Green explains what led researchers to this conclusion, and if younger siblings are really doomed to a life of mediocrity.
It’s a whole new approach to ridding yourself of bad memories. And it might just be in your medicine cabinet right now! SourceFed’s Trisha Hershberger sits down with Anthony to talk about a pill that might enable you to leave the most difficult parts of your past behind.
Londoner Ms. Candice Armstrong, 28, has a man’s body because of her steroid abuse, she won’t stop taking the drug and thinks it has improved her life.
You know what starvation is, but do you know what it does to you? Hank walks you through the three major metabolic phases of starvation, from burning sugars to, basically, self-cannibalism.
We are always told that drinking is bad for us and that drinking leads to bad health. This infographic tells just the opposite. Beer is good for you! Just how much is debatable. But the good news is is that it suits your body well.
Turns out, multi-tasking online doesn’t positively exercise our brains or mental state. Heavy Internet users are 2.5 times more likely to be depressed. And web addiction reduces the white matter in our brains, basically the transmitters responsible for our memory and sensory abilities.