21 Insanely Creative Halloween Costumes For You And Your Friends
We are what we pretend to be, so this year, pretend to be a burrito.
“Are you busy?” “Yes” *continues talking anyway* 1. Needlessly loud typing. 2. People who talk about their commute every single day even though nothing exciting has ever happened. 3. Earth-hating bellends who don’t respect the recycling bin rules. 4. Dirty teaspoons on the work surface. 5. When the coffee runs out and nobody replaces it […]
No time for cake! A Clarksville, Tenn., bride – who happens to be a paramedic – left her wedding early on Saturday, Oct. 3, to respond to a car crash that involved her relatives. PHOTOS: Brides on film Sarah Ray – who works at Montgomery County Emergency Medical Services – received a call about the […]
BOSTON (Reuters) – People who want to see New England’s colorful fall foliage no longer need to travel for the experience. A Boston-area man is offering to ship bundles of the dried up, multi-colored vegetation straight to your door for $19.99. Kyle Waring, of Somerville, Massachusetts, set up the website shipfoliage.com earlier this year and […]
So, what are you having for dinner tonight? Some grilled chicken? Yet another steak? Allow us to change your mind. Researchers at the University of Oxford put together a new study published in Nature in which insects and some of our more traditional livestock options (chicken, beef, or pork) battle it out for the title […]
We’re going to go out on a limb here and predict that the zombie apocalypse will not happen in 2014. This doesn’t mean, however, that hordes of shambling strangers can’t infect you and make you feel like the walking dead. After all, this is the cold and flu season. Or rather, it’s the cold, flu, […]
Fall and (gulp!) winter weather doesn’t just influence what you wear-it can also influence how you feel. From your knee predicting it’s going to rain to gasping for air during an uber-windy cold snap, here are just some of the ways your body can go haywire when the temperature changes. Headaches and Migraines “One of […]
Back in 2005, if you asked the average woman if she had any interest in strapping on boots and heading out into the wilderness alone for a month, she would have asked if she was being Punk’d. (Oh, Punk’d. You were fun.) Then a little memoir called Wild came along-novice backpacker Cheryl Strayed’s account of […]
The world is awash in information about health, so I will keep this short and to the point. One thing we can say for sure is that we, as a species, have not mastered health. Despite the claims of some, we don’t have all the answers. Often we see conflicting opinions from equally qualified authorities. […]
Amy Schumer took on the Kardashian sisters and gun nuts in her “Saturday Night Live” debut. The comedian-actress swooned over a gift handgun in the show’s fake pro-firearm commercial selling the deadly weapons as equal to love and family. She parodied teachers seducing young male students in pornos in a tight pencil skirt and impersonated […]
When it comes to breast cancer, you know the facts: One in eight women will be diagnosed with the disease in her lifetime, and about 40,000 women in the U.S. die each year from it, according to the American Cancer Society. But there’s a lot of info out there that’s just not true. Here, the […]
When are people going to stop asking, “Which is better for weight loss: dieting or exercise?” A new story from US News & World Report asked this very question, and points out that both diet and exercise are important, but “if you absolutely have to choose between the two, the evidence is clear that diet […]
Even the greatest listeners can have trouble remembering a new acquaintance’s name. It happens to the best of us, and for some reason, it’s terribly embarrassing. Luckily, science may have found a solution we can all use. In a study to be published in the journal Consciousness and Cognition, researchers found that repetition is the […]
I spent this morning talking to different radio outlets around the country about stress. The focus of my interviews was an article called, “How Work Stress Can Kill You, Literally.” Not exactly a light topic for the morning drive, yet I bet most of the people listening were on their way to a job that […]
There are two types of people we classify as haters. One is a critic who comes from a place of love, another is legitimate hater — one coming from a place of fear or envy. To be criticized with negative intention means that you have aroused something within someone else such as jealousy or a […]
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