The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says it’s investigating reports of five deaths and a non-fatal heart attack linked to Monster Energy drinks, one of the multitude of highly caffeinated drinks on the market.
These are the really, really simple things you should be doing to keep casual intruders from invading your privacy.
If you’re like me there are things you dread doing: Right up there with trying on bathing suits is going to the Department of Motor Vehicles for your driver’s license renewal and the “photo shoot.”
Your next-door neighbor’s yippy Bijon Frise — who clearly has a serious Napoleon complex and a seemingly endless desire to draw blood from people’s ankles — may be far more likely to bite someone than your cuddly Pit Bull, but that doesn’t mean your insurance company cares.
Matt Yglesias suggests that it does.
We try so hard every day to follow all the latest suggestions on what to eat, and what to ban from our refrigerators. (Choosing so-called health foods that aren’t actually healthy, for example.) Yet misunderstandings abound.
Some ideas seem so natural that you wonder why they haven’t already been invented. And then, there are man candles.
The prestigious journal The Lancet came out with a study today that merits a double-take.
Did you know that just 30 minutes of exercise a day can make you a genius? Ok, you still might not become Einstein but you can get pretty close.
The key ingredients of charisma are simple actions that, with practice, become a part of your personality and improve your interactions with everyone around you, increasing your overall satisfaction with life.