I drank this popular collagen drink every morning for a month, and I swear my skin is firmer

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. The new supplemental collagen drink Skinade, which was formulated by scientists in the UK, has developed an effective delivery system for bioavailable collagen. In addition to collagen peptides, the supplement …

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Japan was officially the best place to travel in 2018. Here are 15 photos that will make you want to visit ASAP.

Travel + Leisure named Japan its 2018 destination of the year. The magazine selects each year's choices among a jury of writers, editors, and relevant experts. Towering mountains, beautiful cherry blossoms, and neon-flooded streets make Japan a remarkable place. Some of the best things to do include taking the bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto to …

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New report casts doubt on reason for Antonio Brown's absence from Steelers' must-win season finale

Antonio Brown did not miss Sunday's crucial must-win game because of a knee problem, according to a new report. Gerry Dulac and Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette report that Brown was involved in a dispute with a teammate and then refused to practice or take part in team activities in the days leading up …

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7 science-backed ways to a happier and healthier 2019 that you can do the first week of the new year

If this year was a tough one for you, then it might be time for a change. These science-backed ways may lead to a happier year for you. EDITOR'S NOTE: This video was originally published on December 29, 2016.Join the conversation about this story » Source: Business insider

A Chinese warship armed with an electromagnetic railgun appears to have set sail on the open ocean

A Chinese ship armed with a suspected electromagnetic railgun has reportedly been spotted on the high seas. The same vessel armed with what appears to be the same weapon was seen earlier this year at a Chinese shipyard on the Yangtze River earlier this year. Unlike conventional guns, which rely on gunpowder, railguns use electromagnetic …

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