Good News in History, June 13

Happy Birthday to Captain America, Chris Evans, who turns 40 today. Best known for playing that much-loved superhero in Marvel movies, the role established him as one of the world’s highest-paid actors. Evans also starred in the 2019 mystery film Knives Out, and the television miniseries Defending Jacob in 2020. He made his directorial debut … Read more

Native American Tribe in Maine Gets Back Sacred Island Taken 160 Years Ago

The Passamaquoddy Tribe reacquired 140 acres of their ancestral territory, thanks to help from The Nature Conservancy which granted them funds to purchase Pine Island, known to them as Kuwesuwi Monihq. The largest island on Big Lake, Maine, the place has deep historical and cultural significance to the Passamaquoddy community. The small tribe of … Read more

13 exercises for a flat stomach and waist that you can do in a chair

If you’re looking for a simple exercise to flat stomach, waist and strengthen your entire body, just grab a chair and work out in a few minutes. With this full body workout with chair you will no longer have an excuse to strengthen that little body, besides being simple, it’s fast. Chair exercises to flat … Read more

Refresh yourself with this beautiful mermaid lemonade

Amaze your loved ones with this original and refreshing mermaid lemonade. Ingredients for 4 people 1 cup sugar 1 cup water 20 milliliters blue curacao 100 milliliters of lemon juice 60 milliliters of pineapple juice 300 milliliters of natural water 2 cups of ice 1 lemon cut into slices PREPARATION Put water and sugar in … Read more

6 home remedies to remove cracked heels and get beautiful feet

Heels can crack when the skin covering them becomes dry and does not expand as necessary when walking. This is a common condition, especially harmful in people who are obese or overweight, suffer from vascular insufficiency or diabetes. Also, Constant pressure while walking can cause heels to bleed, which encourages the entry of harmful microorganisms … Read more

Good News in History, June 12

Today is Record Store Day, first held in 2008 by independent record store owners as a way to celebrate and spread the word about the unique culture spinning every day in 1400 vinyl shops in the US—and thousands worldwide on six continents. Revving up sales and celebrations with in-store events, the staff, customers, and artists … Read more

Weirdness Of Dreams May Be Why We Have Them, Says New Theory of Dreaming

Inspired by techniques used to train deep neural networks, a neuroscience professor has argued for a new theory of dreams: the overfitted brain hypothesis. The hypothesis, from Erik Hoel at Tufts University, suggests that the strangeness of our dreams serves to help our brains better generalize our day-to-day experiences. “There’s obviously an incredible number of theories … Read more