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Aniruddh Chaturvedi in 2011.

The most surprising things about America, according to a Silicon Valley engineer who moved from India 7 years ago

A LinkedIn engineer named Aniruddh Chaturvedi moved to the US from India in 2011. He told Business Insider what he found to be the most surprising things about American culture, including Americans' love of road trips, the integrity of US students, and the price of soda.
The author, Kristie Kam, as a toddler.

7 reasons the way my parents raised me just won’t work for my kids

Living in Hong Kong, my parents followed a Chinese style of parenting, which tends to emphasize control and obedience. After moving to New York at 15, I realized that the parenting style practiced by my parents limited self-expression and creativity. Here's how I plan to raise my kids differently.

11 science-backed ways to lose weight without going on a diet

Losing weight during "swimsuit" season doesn't have to be an exercise in deprivation. In fact, it shouldn't be. Here are dietitians' top tips for slimming down in the most sustainable and satisfying ways possible.
Bankers and heart attacks

‘If you keep working, you will die’: London bankers in their 20s and 30s are having more heart attacks, doctors say

One person told Business Insider that as a second-year analyst at a major European bank, she often worked until 4 a.m., suffered a cardiac event, and was hospitalized three times in two years. She said she was told by doctors "if you keep working, you will die." She told Business Insider about her nightmare posting at the bank.
Many curries and stews around the world are made with turmeric, which gives them a yellowish hue and a ginger-like, peppery taste.

A natural yellow chemical compound you can find in any grocery store could help fight cancer, diabetes, and even Alzheimer’s

Sometimes a cure can come from a root you pull right out of the ground. That's the case with one bright yellow, inexpensive plant called turmeric. It's been consumed for centuries and is inside curries and teas around the world.

Billionaires are paying as much as $23 million a piece for the latest ultra-wealthy status symbol: Citizenship in a foreign country

For some, the ability to purchase a secondary passport is a symbol of extreme wealth. But for others, buying a multi-millionaire dollar citizenship is about security.

A prominent Silicon Valley investor says entrepreneurs need to stop copying Mark Zuckerberg and quit talking about ‘breaking things,’ R...

"We need to do a better job of helping people see the future through a lens of optimism and hope rather than insecurity and fear," prominent Silicon Valley investor Mike Maples says.
Sergey Brin, pictured, and Larry Page gave Conrad a commanding role at Verily.

‘Oh my God, this is a sexual harassment claim waiting to happen’: Early Google insiders describe Sergey Brin as a company ‘playboy&#...

Brin "was known for getting his fingers caught in the cookie jar with employees that worked for the company in the masseuse room," Charlie Ayers, a former executive chef for Google, said in a new book about the company, according to an excerpt published by Vanity Fair. "He got around."

Google Photos is Google’s best service — here’s why you should be using it

There's an amazingly easy way to free up space on your phone using a Google service that you already have, but probably aren't using.

We’re learning more about how social isolation damages your brain and body — here are the biggest effects

Social isolation can make people more likely to die or be hospitalized. Scientists are even zeroing in on a few ways it might change a person's brain. Here's what we know so far.