The Seven Habits for Healthy Skin

March 20, 2017

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    The American Skin Association just put out a list of the seven habits you need if you want to have healthy skin the rest of your life . . .   1.  Minimize your exposure to UV light.  So wear sunscreen, and avoid tanning beds.     2.  Maintain a healthy lifestyle.  Meaning… Read More

Ten Random Things, and the Age You're Best at Them

March 17, 2017

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  Someone looked at a bunch of scientific studies, and came up with a list of random things, and the age when you're BEST at them.  At least statistically.  Here are the ten we thought were interesting . . .   1.  Learning a new language.  Your ability to do it peaks when you're around… Read More

Are These the 16 Greatest Pop Culture Trios?

March 16, 2017

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    "Entertainment Weekly" posted a list of "16 Great Pop Culture Trios."  It's unclear whether or not they're ranked . . . but they ARE numbered, so let's go ahead and assume they're in this order for a reason. They didn't say much about the list, other than that the trios were taken from… Read More

Five Random Facts For Wednesday

March 15, 2017

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  Here are some random facts for you . . .     1.  Sloths are famous for being slow and lazy . . . but they're super fast when it comes to sex.  It only lasts about six seconds.     2.  Cheerios were called CheeriOats when they debuted in 1941.  The name was… Read More

What Are Our Favorite and Least Favorite Fast Food Chains?

March 13, 2017

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  If there's ONE thing that the world can take Americans' word on, it's fast food.  Also which football is the REAL football.  But for today, we're focusing on the fast food thing.   A new study found our favorite and least favorite fast food chains.  Here are the results . . .    … Read More

Five Random Facts For Friday

March 10, 2017

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  Here are some random facts for you . . .     1.  Bill Nye "The Science Guy" doesn't have any degrees in any of the traditional science fields . . . he graduated from Cornell University in 1977 with a degree in mechanical engineering.     2.  Mangos were so popular in the… Read More

The Average Woman Spends $8 a Day on Her Face

March 9, 2017

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  Women still only make about 80 cents on the dollar compared to men.  And they also have to absorb THIS extra expense.   Researchers recently talked to more than 3,000 women in the U.S., and found the average woman spends $8 a day just on her FACE . . . $5 worth of skincare… Read More

Do You Put Ice in Orange Juice, Milk, Beer, or Wine?

March 7, 2017

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  There's nothing that sucks the classiness out of a glass of wine like plunking a few ice cubes in it.  ESPECIALLY red wine.     A new survey asked people if they put ice in different drinks that most people normally wouldn't.  Here are the results . . .     1.  Orange juice,… Read More

The Ten Most American Car Companies

March 3, 2017

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  What's the most "American" car you can own?  According to a new study, it's not a Chevy or a Ford . . . it's a TESLA.  They're the only company that assembled all of their cars in the U.S. last year.   Here are the ten most American car brands . . .  … Read More

Six Science-Backed Tricks for Job Interviews

March 1, 2017

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  We've got six job interview tricks for you that are all backed by science.  And most of them seem like they'd probably work on a first date too . . .   1.  Visualize a good interview.  Studies have shown that athletes do better when they visualize themselves doing well.  And it works with… Read More