The baby wailed, clearly having been woken from a nice dream, with a bad word, my very first parenting choice already trashed with an expletive.
"The gut has a direct hotline to the brain, letting it know what's happening at all times. If our gut is unhealthy, we'll feel uneasy."
From the deserts of Oman to the eerie waves beneath the Northern Lights of Iceland, here's a selection of some of surf photographer and conservation advocate Chris Burkard's favorite shots and his stories behind the images—where they were taken and how they came to be, in his own words.
I know I am dying," George told Guy over tea. "I don't know how many years I have left, but before I go, I'd like to do a creative project with the Beatles music. Do you think Cirque would like to be involved?"
"To the families involved in planning the event, it began to feel like a commemoration of the BP oil spill stage-managed by BP."
In this excerpt from their book, Kissinger, Schmidt, and Huttenlocher consider the transformations AI will impose on the planning, preparation and conduct of war. They conclude that humans remain essential to the equation.
This excerpt from "Dear William," David Magee's new memoir, tells the story of a family ripped apart by addiction and trauma but rebuilt through love and faith.
"What would it look like if work and family weren't a zero-sum game, but instead represented a series of deliberate strategic choices?"
"Better-rated doctors, particularly in urgent care, are rewarded with higher status in the clinic, and are less likely to work nights, weekends and holidays."
Biden has supported reducing troops on the ground for years, advising President Obama to limit involvement there back in 2009, even as Obama's generals were recommending an increased American presence, as discussed in this excerpt from David Loyn's new book, 'The Long War.'
"There's no such thing as a routine call," the instructors told us. Even the most benign situations could turn lethal in an instant. You had to approach every situation "tactically," which meant you had to always be thinking about the numerous ways in which you could be killed.
"When men speak up, they also foster awareness and acceptance about gender inequity as a shared problem, not a special interest."
Communications guru and consultant Susan McPherson shares how to make the most of digital conferencing platforms in the excerpt from her new book 'The Lost Art of Connecting.'
Bestselling author and career and workplace expert Lindsey Pollak shares her insights on how to make the most of LinkedIn in this excerpt from her new book, 'Recalculating: Navigate Your Career Through the Changing World of Work.'
"Someone had launched a major chemical weapons attack on the suburbs, no more than 5 miles from his hotel. They had killed and injured scores of civilians, and perhaps more...And it happened at the precise moment when a body of U.N. experts was present in Syria to document the deed."
"Your greatest opportunity to succeed occurs in moments when everybody else is giving up."
In this excerpt from his new book, 'Get What's Yours for Health Care,' best-selling author Philip Moeller explains how too many tests, procedures and other care can lead to unneeded care and bad outcomes—and what steps you can take to get just the right level of care.
"it's not the people of yesteryear who have to live with these statues. Monuments are given pride of place in our public spaces, so we really need to weigh up what's more important to us: the memory of who we once were or the celebration of who we are now."
On the anniversary of Pearl Harbor, can understanding differing perspectives on the American flag at the Iwo Jima memorial help us understand the legacy of other statues—and whether they should still stand?
"The Russians' goal was not just to sow chaos and confusion but to tip the 2016 presidential election to Donald J. Trump."
"Have a backup for your backup—whether we're talking about computer data, access to your money or escape routes."
"The key to well-being underground, he told me, could be about creating an illusion of 'normal,' aboveground, pre-event life."
In an excerpt from her new book, Miss Manners takes on the challenges of maintaining polite interactions among people who really want to stick their (ideally well-covered) noses into others' business in the age of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Bezos sees a future where packages will be delivered by self-driving vans, small bots rolling through neighborhoods and drones buzzing to their destinations."
"A 2015 study showed that the start of puberty is actually a trigger for marked declines in parents' feelings of 'self-efficacy.'"
"Parents shouldn't micromanage. And trying to 'work things out' with other parents just about always backfires."
"I won't unfriend depression. While the friend wants to kill me, I have learned to deny it the means and opportunity to do so, so we're good. Honestly, the perspective that depression has on the world can be edifying even if it is full of distortions," says podcaster John Moe.