Think feeling crappy on a plane is inevitable? Think again. What you eat pre-flight could mean the difference between winning your away race and spending the trip in bed nursing NyQuil.
When it comes to staying safe and enjoying great views, rooftop tents are the way to go.
Hint: It has nothing to do with mileage or speed
Craft beer, sweet gear—what's not to love?
Travel to the best slopes of Switzerland in style—a newly crowdfunded sleep-in bus will take you there
The tech company introduced new operating systems for its computers and mobile devices Monday—and we think it’s been taking notes from us.
Aussie woman says rules deter women from biking
Three panes of glass separate you from a 1,000-foot fall. And they start cracking, which is what happened to Willis Tower visitors Wednesday. Terrifying, yes. But dangerous? Not exactly.
Wife killed husband, says court
"Beekeeper commissioner" saves Upper West Side
CEO hasn't washed his in a year
Part of ecological revitalization project
Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks range now protected
Take note, Mr. Grylls
Nicknamed "Naia," remains shed light on earliest Americans
Men and women from equal playing fields win more medals
Just in time for American Craft Beer Week
See the Stampede Trail from the air for $250
New threads can also serve as power source
Anti-aging gene also aids cognition
Study: Fear of failure becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy
Can you feel the burn?
Seeing faces in objects "perfectly normal"
Nine million data points determine we’re all irrational
Barnacle-deterrent to aid trade and the environment
Plots millions of runs and rides from users
New sibling research suggests power of Tamerlan's influence
Supercentenarian's genetic mutations hint at longevity
To reduce carbon footprint, solve hunger crisis
Lyme disease is up 21 percent in dogs, but that doesn’t mean your ultimate adventure companion has to stay in the kennel—so long as you take these precautions before hiking this summer.
"Stepping-stone approach" will put astronauts on the planet in 2030s
The only thing better than adventuring in one of our country's national parks is doing so for free. And, it just so happens that as part of the annual National Park Week, put on by the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation, admission to all these wilderness areas and historic sites will be on the house this weekend. Many parks will even offer free entrance for the week's festivities, which run from April 19-27.
Link between mental growth, physical motivation
Experience and wisdom compensate
More money, more problems
Will your iPhone replace Ambien?
Mountains Plus helps usher in new era of digital currency
Just in case of Tang shortage
After a near-fatal motorcycle accident, Hells Angel Tim Medvetz recovered by climbing the world's tallest mountain. Now he's taking wounded veterans on the same journey.
Specifically: Sean Carey, the hypertalented multi-instrumentalist and Bon Iver band member whose new solo album, Range of Light, was inspired by the mountains Muir loved most.
The popular fitness app gets (even more) social.
Barbed pollen sacs are "weapons"
Amerigo Vespucci unimpressed
If you believe the rumors, Apple plans to launch into the health and fitness world later this year with a software upgrade—and potentially some killer hardware. But it seems like Google might have beat the company to the punch.
Could it teach other dolphins?
Do you feel fine?
LAPD: "We are well aware of it."
Most species exclusive to region
Steal ice cream, take selfies
Jawbone makes its excellent fitness tracker Android-compatible.
Responding to drought with tanker trucks
Officials quote from "The Lorax"
6.9 magnitude quake strikes off coast
Why the Old Country Loves E-Bikes
Protects injured owner for 24 hours
Largest land predator to roam Europe
First wilderness since 2009
Yosemite animals are insatiable
Agency wants to spin winning film
Greenpeace founder declares
Dates back to 1615 B.C.
The 41-year-old Iditarod remains a true test of mushing skills and the strength of a dog team. Meet the men and women set to conquer the course.
First overhaul since 1993
Could help save Earth from deadly asteroids
A friend's drunken offer to chow down at Taco Bell? Irresistible.
Russians pay $1.54 billion per medal
Voice-sensing abilities similar to humans
Will stimulate local commerce, fight smog
But you'll need to eat a lot
Alternate proposal: Eat the fish to extinction
Did Russians sabotage Canadian lugers?
Want to protect winter sports for future generations
Fatalities in three Western states
Provides clues about the Big Bang
Maybe not, but along with aspirin, it might help
Survivorman discusses Bigfoot, his worst survival illness, and his family camping habits in AMA
They keep the planet from getting too hot or cold
Will Russian athletes dominate Sochi?
Study of hockey players reveals permanent alterations to brain
Company will "catch and dispose" of canines