by Arjuna Walia: Cannabis has been making a lot of noise lately. Multiple states across the United States and countries around the world have successfully legalized medical Marijuana,
by Ryan Jaslow: A new study may convince some older folks to embrace video games.
By John Gaudusia: A new report released by the Entertainment Software Association (ESA) says 74 percent of moms play video games.
by Carolyn Gregoire: Americans, it seems, are always striving for bigger, faster, stronger — but when it comes to slowing down,
by Vindu Goel: About one of every seven people in the world uses Facebook. Now, Mark Zuckerberg, its co-founder and chief executive, wants to make a play for the rest
by Jaclyn Trop: The tiny Chevrolet Spark from General Motors is about as bare bones as cars come these days,
by Bill McKibben: For almost all of human history,
By Andrew May: For an icon of popular culture, Philip K. Dick had a decidedly uncool knowledge of classical music. In an article written several years ago I mentioned his interest in Wagner’s opera Parsifal, and the numerous references to it in VALIS. But classical music features in one way or another in many of Dick’s works.
The Huffington Post: The next time you consider using the headache excuse to avoid getting busy, think about this: It pays to have more sex. Literally, new research finds.
by Lilian Cheung, D.Sc., R.D: In 1999, I went to Plum Village in France to attend a weeklong mindfulness retreat for business people led by Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh.