• Healthy Recipe: Italian Summer Pasta Primavera

    Healthy Recipe: Italian Summer Pasta Primavera

    While pasta primavera traditionally celebrates the fresh produce of springtime in Italy, this lightened up version highlights the beautiful produce of late summer. By cutting the pasta with a small amount of zucchini noodles, this…

  • Healthy Recipe: Japanese Miso Veggie Soup Jars

    Healthy Recipe: Japanese Miso Veggie Soup Jars

    These miso veggie soup jars are an easy and healthy way to eat conveniently throughout the week, and make a great option to take to work. Packed with vibrant vegetables, fiber, and sustainable energy, these soup jars also provide beneficial probiotics

  • Healthy Recipe: Mexican Shrimp Tacos with Pineapple Cucumber Salsa

    Healthy Recipe: Mexican Shrimp Tacos with Pineapple Cucumber Salsa

    These shrimp tacos are served with a bright and zingy pineapple and cucumber salsa that’s packed with immune system bolstering Vitamin C, and powerful bromelain, which aids digestion, boosts circulation, and fights inflammation in the…

  • Healthy Recipe: Pad Thai Spring Rolls

    Healthy Recipe: Pad Thai Spring Rolls

    Gluten free and Vegan! This fun and portable twist on classic Pad Thai is a great way to make this standby dish feel fresh and new. Rice noodles and wrappers keep this dish gluten free,…

  • 5 Foods Every Vegan Should Travel With

    5 Foods Every Vegan Should Travel With

    Having traveled to over 40 countries, 37 as a vegan, I’ve experienced the highs of eating in the vegan mecca of Portland, OR and the lows of minimal choice in Siberia. As a traveler on a budget seeking to maintain a good level of health to prevent days/weeks spent in bed, here are the five foods I try to always have on me. They’re available worldwide and ensure you maintain a high base level of health on your travels.

Would you stay in a hotel staffed by robots?

Would you stay in a hotel staffed by robots?

A hotel staffed by robots may sound too futuristic to be true, but this is actually happening within Huis Ten Bosch theme park in Nagasaki.

  • How to Choose a Hosting Plan for Your Web Store?

    How to Choose a Hosting Plan for Your Web Store?

    If you are hosting a web store (ecommerce website), it is very important to choose a correct hosting plan from your hosting provider as it will directly affect your business. A few important points to consider are outlined below:

  • Cloud Servers or Standard VPS for Ecommerce Web Projects

    Cloud Servers or Standard VPS for Ecommerce Web Projects

    There are various web hosting plans available on the Internet to host your website or your ecommerce online store. Some of available hosting choices offer discount coupons too and can save hosting budgets dramatically. For a developer or seasonal web hosting customer, selecting the best web hosting plan is rather easy. But for any newbie, it is confusing to understand these web hosting features & choose the most suitable one at an affordable rate.

  • Alzheimer’s disease tied to brain’s navigation network

    Alzheimer’s disease tied to brain’s navigation network

    The way you navigate a virtual maze may predict your chances of getting Alzheimer’s. That’s the conclusion of a new study, which finds that people at risk for Alzheimer’s have lower activity in a newly-discovered network of navigational brain cells known as “grid cells.” The finding could lead to new ways to diagnose this debilitating disorder.

  • Why I don’t use humor in scientific presentations

    Why I don’t use humor in scientific presentations

    I’m not sure exactly when I started putting jokes in my scientific presentations, but I know why I started. I also know when and why I stopped.

  • China’s vanishing coastal wetlands are nearing critical red line

    China’s vanishing coastal wetlands are nearing critical red line

    Along China’s coastline, rapid development has transformed marshes and mudflats into ports and urban sprawl; a line of concrete seawalls and sandbags now stretches longer than China’s Great Wall. The decline of wetlands is nearing a critical threshold below which the losses could inflict severe and lasting harm on ecosystems—driving numerous migratory bird species to the brink of extinction and jeopardizing nearly 20% of the world’s fisheries, warns a new report from Chinese and U.S scientists.

  • ‘Whalecopter’ drone swoops in for a shot and a shower

    ‘Whalecopter’ drone swoops in for a shot and a shower

    This drone’s-eye view captures two humpback whales blowing a net of bubbles around their prey. Yet portraiture is only half of what whale-watching drones can do.