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Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Is Your Sleep Cycle Out of Sync? It May Be Genetic

Sleep patterns often run in families, and researchers have been identifying genes that influence them.

Recipes | Recipes

AMARETTO PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN POUND CAKE from Call Me PMc blog

Amaretto Pineapple Upside Down Pound Cake recipe is an elevated take on an American classic. A moist pineapple upside-down cake joins a buttery pound cake for a spectacular dessert.

Recipes | Recipes

South Your Mouth: Southern-Style Macaroni & Cheese

The BEST baked Macaroni & Cheese EVER. A custard-style recipe for baked Mac & Cheese using eggs and evaporated milk.

Entertainment | Movies

Where’d You Go, Bernadette Movie Review

Not even Cate Blanchett can save Richard Linklater’s out-of-focus adaptation of Maria Semple’s book, Where’d You Go, Bernadette.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

What Makes People Charismatic, and How You Can Be, Too

Simple tips to break through your social anxieties and make real, genuine connections with others.

Food & Drink | Vegetarian & Vegan Tips

15 Refreshing Cucumber Salad Recipes!

Cucumbers are a naturally thirst-quenching summer ingredient that's used all around the world. Try these refreshing cucumber salad recipes from India, Israel, and beyond.

News | News

The water is so hot in Alaska it's killing large numbers of salmon - CNN

Alaska has been in the throes of an unprecedented heat wave this summer, and the heat stress is killing salmon in large numbers.

News | News

Planned Parenthood to Pull Out of Title X Family-Planning Program Monday - News & Guts Media

Planned Parenthood said Wednesday it will withdraw from an important government family-planning program on Monday, unless it gets help from a federal appeals court. The group’s clinics “will be formally out of the Title X program” and lose significa

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

How Limitations Can Stir Pre-schoolers Interests

If you want your kids to eat healthier, offer them less healthy food.

Entertainment | Movies & Television

Elvis Presley ain't nothing but a hound dog (and a superspy, apparently) in new animated series

Here’s an odd one: Sony Pictures has teamed up with Priscilla Presley and John Eddie for Agent King, an adult animated comedy where Elvis is both Elvis and a superspy with a jetpack. We have no idea who asked for this, but there’s hope: Mike Arnold, a

Business & Finance | Business

Now That You Have A Startup, How Should You Fund It?

Let's face it: Even the leanest startups can’t get far without capital.

Travel | Travel

Why You Shouldn't Book a Flight Through a Third-Party Travel Site

Last month, scammers posing as Expedia stole thousands of dollars from travelers hoping to confirm or change their bookings over the phone. But booking flights with the real Expedia—and any other third-party site like Travelocity—comes with certain (lega

Pets & Animals | Animals!

Miniature Horses Now Included on the List of Service Animals Airlines Must Allow to Fly | Mental Floss

Your next flight may include a mini horse riding in coach, thanks to new service animal guidelines released by the Department of Transportation.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Introduction to Quantum Programming - Towards Data Science

In depth walkthrough of quantum programming for beginners, building up from the mathematical foundations of qubits to how to run on a real quantum computer.

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Peter Fonda Dead at 79

Hollywood icon Peter Fonda is easy riding into the sunset -- the veteran actor is dead ... TMZ has learned.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

Tardigrades that crash-landed on the moon may still be alive, but they’re not having fun | Popular Science

The moon is a barren place, but every so often humanity sends it some visitors. Most recently, the dusty rock received a rather large delegation of Earth’s toughest living critters.

Business & Finance | Marketing

How to Use Podcasting to Help Your Brand

The ubiquitous multimedia platform can broaden your reach grow your bottom line.

Entertainment | Entertainment

16 Things We Know About The Crown Season 3

Finally: We have a release date. 'The Crown' season 3 will return to Netflix on November 17th. Consider it an early holiday gift.

Health & Fitness | Health News

The Way to Stronger Knees

The knee does tonnes of work, literally. And to do that work, it needs us to use it properly and keep it properly fed.

Politics | Resources

Here’s A List Of All The Muslim Countries That Ban Jews

Fake news infected the body politic this week as liberals lost their minds over President Trump’s falsely-labeled “Muslim ban,” which bars refugees from seven high-risk Muslim majority countries (previously identified by President Obama’s own Department o

News | ISRAEL NEWS

Antisemite Linda Sarsour Falsely Implies Israel Banned Tlaib and Omar Because They Are Muslim | Israellycool

Linda Sarsour is yet again trying to exploit the situation to stoke the flames of hatred by claiming our decision was motivated by anti-Muslim/palestinian bigotry

History | History

No, the United Nations Didn’t Create Israel | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo attends the UN Security Council meeting on Iran at the United Nations, in New …

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Aims For More Secure Future By Eliminating Passwords

From hardware tokens to biometric methods, Israel's alternative authentication solutions are pushing weak passwords out of style. | NoCamels

News | Interesting Stuff

Reading Makes People Feel Happier and Smarter, According to New Poll | Mental Floss

Reading even just 15 pages a day can make people feel happier, smarter, and more relaxed. Who can argue with that?

Recipes | Recipes

Momma's spanish rice

This Spanish Rice recipe is stuffed with cooked rice, tomato sauce, ground beef, peppers, onions and seasoning. Delicious comfort food!

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Israel Bars Entry to Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. Rightfully So.

Israel was absolutely right to bar entry to US congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.

Recipes | Recipes

Summer German Chocolate Cake

Layers of moist chocolate cake and gooey coconut-pecan frosting with surprisingly American origins.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

5 Delicious and Healthy Bread Swaps To Try

Whether you’re looking to cut back on your bread intake or you’re newly gluten-free, we’ve got you covered.

Science & Technology | Technology

Google Assistant will let you send reminders to friends and family - The Verge

Google is adding a new feature to its Assistant that will let you assign reminders to other people, so long as that person is part of an opt-in group of trusted fellow Assistant users. The feature is designed mostly for families — it will function via the

News | News

Storm of Controversy Erupts Over Israeli Decision Barring Entry to BDS-Supporting Congresswomen Tlaib and Omar

Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) shares a fist bump with Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) in Washington, DC, April 10, 2019. Photo: …

Entertainment | Entertainment

50 Rare Woodstock Festival Photos in Honor of its 50th Anniversary

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock Music & Arts Fair with these stunning photos.

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

10 of the Best Stocks to Buy for 2019 | Stock Market News | US News

How are U.S. News’ best stocks to buy for 2019 doing? Put briefly, the winners are dwarfing the losers.

Miscellaneous | Judaism

A Psychotherapist’s Shema in Auschwitz - Vaetchanan

What is it about the Shema Yisroel prayer that has inspired so many through the most trying of times and has provided such meaning and purpose to help us survive even the most despairing circumstances?

News | News

The UN Agency for Palestinians Is Even Worse Than You Think It Is

A corruption scandal involving sexual misconduct, nepotism, retaliation against whistleblowers, and lots of business-class travel has gripped the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). It represents a new l

Politics | Opinion

Judaism should not be used an ideological prop | JNS

Protesters using Tisha B’Av to call for the elimination of ICE and the Department of Homeland Security are doing more than using a misleading analogy.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

A Medical 1st In Israel: 3D-Printed Ankle-Bone Implants Allow 2 Women To Walk Freely Again | Health News

Two women, one of them a teen, underwent the country's first (and second) talus replacement through 3D printing surgeries at Beilinson Hospital this month. | NoCamels

Style & Fashion | Fashion & Beauty

Versace, Givenchy and Coach Apologize to China After T-Shirt Row

The luxury brands are the latest businesses to come under pressure from Chinese internet users for appearing to flout Beijing’s territorial claims.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Things like Awe-inspiring Sunsets Alleviate Stress

If you're prone to excessive worry, you may be interested to hear that a new study out of the University of California, Riverside finds that the best way to relax while waiting to receive news is to reach a state of awe or wonderment.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Staring into someone's eyes for 10 Minutes Elicits Dissociation

By Christian Jarrett A psychologist based in Italy says he has found a simple way to induce in healthy people an altered state of consciousness – simply get two individuals to look into each other's eyes for 10 minutes while they are sitting in a dimly

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The Worst Fast Food Restaurants in America, Ranked

Fast food is quick, convenient and cheap, but it’s also losing its edge. Consumers are interested in high quality and fresh food, cleanliness and great ser

Pets & Animals | Animals

Human-sized penguin discovered in Waipara

The fossilised bones of Crossvallia waiparensis were found by amateur palaeontologist Leigh Love at the Waipara Greensand fossil site in North Canterbury last year.

Recipes | Recipes

Sticky Chicken

There will never be too many ways to barbecue chicken. In this recipe, molasses and apricot jam lend a deliciously sweet and sticky glaze to a summertime grilling staple.

Recipes | Recipes

BA's Best Bolognese Recipe

It doesn’t take a lot of ingredients (or a lot of money) to make a classic Bolognese recipe. What it does take, though, is patience for the sauce to achieve the ideal authentic texture. You’re going to go low and slow—it’ll take around 3 hours, bu

Recipes | Recipes

Slow-Cooker Beef and Onion Ragu | Cook's Country

Onions are the surprising key to this dish’s rich flavor, but in the slow cooker, they misbehaved.

History | History

Pompeii 'sorcerer’s treasure trove' discovered, with bones, skull charms and gems for rituals | Fox News

Archaeologists have uncovered some incredible treasures buried in Pompeii in recent memory, including an ancient fast-food joint, a long-lost fresco and a the buried remains of a racehorse.