Insights from the doctor who coaches athletes on sleep. Pair with the science of what actually happens while you sleep and how it affects your every waking hour.
More on sleep here.(via explore-blog)
"Car = boom op"
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Old Hollywood silent film icons Mary Astor and John Barrymore as Adriana della Varnese and Don Juan de Marana in Alan Crosland’s 1926 romantic adventure/drama Don Juan. Which was inspired by Lord Byron’s 19th Century epic poem of the same name, about the legend of the fictional womanizing libertine.
Today we remember the 1,000+ people who lost their lives in the tragic factory collapse in Bangladesh.
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Increase in black lung disease sparks new rules for coal mines
New regulations mark the first significant chances in coal dust policy since 1969.
Why Lupita Nyong’o’s ‘People’ Cover Is So Significant
It has been a very good 12 months for Lupita Nyong’o: piles of awards (including an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role for her portrayal of Patsy in 12 Years a Slave), a contract to be the face of Lancôme Paris cosmetics, and now this: the cover ofPeople's annual “50 Most Beautiful” issue.
Counting Nyong’o’s new crowning, there are now three black women who have been onPeople's cover in the 25 years the “Most Beautiful” issue has been published. Halle Berry was first in 2003, followed by Beyonce in 2012. But asWall Street Journal columnist Teri Aginssays, Nyong’o is not racially ambiguous: “She has African features, she’s dark-skinned with nappy hair. And — she’s beautiful.”