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Kate Zaliznock's Articles

Andrea Graham: Founder, Bass Coast Festival

community builder. electronic music lover. dance supporter.
Kate Zaliznock   |   09.13.14 4:00am   |   SHARE

A Toke A Day Could Keep Alzheimer's Away

A new study has discovered that smoking pot—long associated with short-term memory loss—could help counter the onset of Alzheimer's.
Kate Zaliznock   |   09.2.14 3:10pm   |   SHARE

This Just In: Tech Is Turning Kids Into Emotionless Drones

A new study reveals the benefits of unplugging kids from the digital world.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.29.14 8:59am   |   SHARE

Netflix To Re-Vamp Magic School Bus Series: Awesome Or Awful?

Netflix's new take won't transport us back to the glorious School Bus days of yore, but it just might make learning cool again for a new crop of kids.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.25.14 10:11am   |   SHARE

Saying Goodbye to a Yoga Icon: How B.K.S. Iyengar Launched a Wellness Revolution

The man credited with bringing yoga to the Western world has passed away at 95.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.21.14 8:34am   |   SHARE

All the Monarch Butterflies Are Dying—But You Can Help

As farming becomes increasingly industrialized, toxic herbicides have killed the milkweed plant that sustain monarch butterflies.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.21.14 2:40am   |   SHARE

Watch: Think Your Pregnancy Was Bad? This Octopus Waited 53 Months For Her Eggs to Hatch

Scientists have discovered by far the longest documented egg-brooding period of any animal. And it's a doozy.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.20.14 8:23am   |   SHARE

Natalie Behman: Founder, Pretty Edgy Online Boutique

entrepreneur. traveler. fashionista.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.20.14 4:27am   |   SHARE

Ravish It: EARTH—The Photography Book That's Busy Blowing Our Minds

Nature photographer Bernhard Edmaier just released his latest book. We're gaga for the gorgeousness.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.19.14 2:16am   |   SHARE

New Study Reveals Surprising Link Between Religion and Drunken Violence

According to new research, the more religious the person, the more violent they become after imbibing.
Kate Zaliznock   |   08.18.14 1:31pm   |   SHARE