Jaime Bender

We finally know why eggs are so different in shapes and sizes

Scientists make a surprising discovering while studying hundreds of bird species.

The bendiest photos from International Yoga Day in Tel Aviv

The asanas are out of this world.

Are women naturally more empathetic?

New science confirms long-held belief that gender plays a role in how well people can read the emotions of others.

Science confirms: The healing power of touch is real

New study shows that couples' breathing and heart rates sync up, and pain decreases, when they hold hands.

Airline shows Britney Spears how 'Toxic' air travel really is

With their video tribute to the pop star's catchy hit, El Al Airlines flight attendants have a little fun on the job.

Our guide to the top U.S. restaurants that serve Israeli cuisine

We've rounded up the best places to experience the flavors and freshness of Mediterranean food.

No-bake desserts for an easy, breezy summer menu

Don't let warm weather get in the way of a delicious dessert.

Why did someone take clean drinking water and turn it into ocean water?

It seems counterintuitive, but this new artificial seawater technique could actually raise healthier fish.

The many ways to cook with leeks

These veggies are tops in taste, versatility and ease of cooking. That's precisely why we love cooking with them.

Octopuses and squids are smarter than we thought, and here's why

Scientists just discovered that these creepy underwater creatures are highly intelligent.

How black food is lighting up the culinary world

When food takes a dark turn, it can really benefit your diet.

The future of fashion means your clothes can signal others for help

That's the newest trend at Berlin's Wear It Festival, and it could be in your closet one day.

Could your genes be making you vegetarian?

Your diet may not be a lifestyle choice, but rather a product of your DNA, scientists say.

Scientists bust myth, white bread may not be that bad

New research reveals that it's not much different than whole wheat bread.

Scientists just found out how far back climate change goes

Turns out humans have been harming the planet for a very, very long time.