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The advertisements that we see and the products we buy help us determine what we view as normal. But in some cases personal care products that are being presented to us can even be poisonous, especially for women of color.
Is a DNA-based sunscreen that not only stops the influence from the harmful UV rays, but also becomes more protective the longer you are exposed to the sun too much to imagine?
Bartenders are obviously right when it comes to adding a touch of dilution when serving a whiskey. Adding water to your whiskey can make it more flavorful, especially if it is about Scotch.
There is a fair chance of getting some kind of cancer at some point of your life. If you’re a man, the chances are one in two and if you’re a woman, one in three. Here is the answer whether or not ‘natural’ therapies serve its purpose.
Most of us don’t find the smell of person’s body and the sound of their voice attractive at first place. Maybe if the person is wearing an intoxicating perfume or has fabulous accent we take notice, but in other cases those factors vanish comparing to their behavior, confidence or sense of humor. But before we knew about all of that, our subconscious knew something far more interesting and important: we’re already drawn to this person.
It is already known that common dust can make us sneeze, but is it possible that it can also make us gain weight?
According to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, you can buy peace of mind and some happiness...if you are only willing to pay someone else to clean up your apartment.
Sharing your shower, your bed, your saliva with your partner means that you are sharing bacterial colonies too. That is probably the reason why you grow to be like each other. Isn’t that sweet?
Some cannot stand the bitter taste of gin-tonic, while others love it and find it refreshing. For such а diversity of tastes it could simply be said that tastes should not be discussed if the psychologists did not conclude that people who prefer bitter food and drinks, including gin-tonic in this category, have psychopathological tendencies.