The List You Always Wanted To See If You Had All The Money In The World

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HUDSON SQUARE, CHIC PENTHOUSE – WITH SOLARIUM/ROOF TERRACE – US$10.8 MILLION The up-market Hudson Square location is quickly becoming a sought-after and chic area. There are currently several new developments underway which will transform the neighborhood with aesthetically charming new apartment condominiums. The breathtaking new duplex penthouse just up for sale is right on Greenwich Read More

Better Than Interest: 10 Ways to Earn Money From the Bank

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You’ve probably heard the old joke; when asked why he robs banks, the criminal says, “Because that’s where all the money is!” While there is a lot of money there, becoming a bank robber probably isn’t the wisest way to get it. But collecting interest won’t do much for you either. The average interest rate Read More

Social Media or Social Disease?

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Is social media evolving into an antisocial medium? Days after one of its former execs argued that the answer is yes, Facebook published a post addressing the issue. “I think we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works,” Chamath Palihapitiya, who once served as vice president for growth Read More

Your DNA may dictate which diet works for you

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Despite dietary guidelines, public awareness campaigns, and people’s genuine efforts to lose weight, the obesity epidemic doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. Why is that? Researchers at Texas A&M University in College Station may have found the answer. Different diets may be appropriate for different people, based on their genetic predisposition, sugggests the new study. Read More

ADHD – Four Genes Linked To The Disorder

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Four gene variants, all members of the glutamate receptor gene family, appear to be involved in vital brain signaling pathways in a sub-set of children with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), researchers from the Center for Applied Genomics at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia reported in the journal Nature Genetics. The authors add that their findings could help Read More

Some like it hot: discovering Finland’s sauna culture

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As winter approaches and the flakes start to fall thick and fast in northern climes, what better way to keep toasty than by stripping off and sweating it out in a little pine-clad room heated to 80°C, before taking a joyous leap into an icy lake just for the hell of it. Finland invented the Read More

How to choose your Dubai theme park

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Move over Orlando. Not content with boasting the world’s tallest building, an indoor ski slope and a palm-shaped island, Dubai is now also striving to become the theme park capital of the world. With five new fun zones opened since 2016, you can now go ghost-busting, snap a selfie with a dinosaur, plunge into a Read More

Tokyo in winter: what to see, do and eat

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Tokyo’s winter charms are one of the city’s best-kept secrets. This means that as well as a festive atmosphere and crisp, clear days perfect for soaking in hot springs and spotting Mt Fuji, visitors get to enjoy all the city has to offer with far fewer crowds. Just keep in mind that many attractions close Read More

Should El Salvador be on your travel bucket list?

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When people consider a trip to Central America, El Salvador probably isn’t the first country that comes to mind. The tiny nation has had its fair share of uncomplimentary headlines in recent years, but a trip to this mountainous little corner of the isthmus will turn any and all preconceived notions upside down. Izalco Volcano Read More

Shopping in Essaouira: where to buy what

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Laid-back Essaouira may have fewer shops than Marrakesh, but if you want to spend more time chilling than haggling, then the seaside city’s hassle-free souqs are for you. All of Morocco’s popular merchandise can be found in Essaouira’s compact, easily navigable medina, along with local specialities such as thuya wood, vibrant local art, raffia shoes Read More