Jaime Bender

Jaime Bender

Jaime Bender is a staff writer, copy editor and web producer at From the Grapevine. She has written and edited for several print and digital publications in Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Delaware and North Carolina. A native of Philadelphia, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s degree in English/journalism. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and son.

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Royal parenting advice for Harry and Meghan

With a new baby on the way, we thought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could use a few tips.

Here's why you shouldn't fill your resume with every achievement

New research shows that when it comes to attracting potential employers, less is usually more.

How Israel became tops in fashion tech

You can 3D-print your own jacket, or virtually 'try on' clothes before you buy them. And much, much more.

How Israel became a leading force in food tech

Innovations in the food world are shaking up the industry and bringing amazing things to your dinner plate.

8-year-old girl with 3D-printed hand reaches goal of throwing first pitch at every MLB stadium

Her prosthesis is made possible by the Israeli R&D lab of Stratasys, a 3D printing giant.

Stanford researchers discover a 13,000-year-old beer brewery in Israel

And the taste? More like thin oatmeal than the crisp, refreshing brews we enjoy today.

Kim Kardashian and Bar Refaeli team up for eyewear company

The reality star will be the face of Carolina Lemke, a sunglasses brand part-owned by the Israeli model.

Match the quote to the movie challenge

See if you can match these quotes to films from the first decade of the new millennium.

This 11-year-old girl is sewing handbags to raise money for hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico

Her funds will help put water filters in people's homes so they have clean water to drink.

Here's more evidence that multitasking might not work

You may be able to perform more than one task at the same time, but not very well, new research says.

Are probiotic vitamins mostly useless? New study takes a look

Research casts doubt on the effectiveness of the popular dietary supplement.

Alber Elbaz throws epic, candy-coated bash to kick off Fashion Week

Pink fortune cookies, chandeliers filled with vodka and pointy hats. It can only be #NYFW.

Are you smarter in the fall? New study says brain power fluctuates by season

Researchers find a seasonal pattern in cognitive activity that peaks around the beginning of autumn.

You cannot tell a lie – in your non-native language

A new study finds that people are more likely to be honest when they're speaking a foreign language.

Leave the designer purse at home: Modesty is best when it comes to making friends

A new study says flashy cars, clothes and other items actually repel people rather than attract them.