Buy Thinx’s remarkable underwear in America, and you’ll be sending sanitary pads to a girl in Africa.
“People who are happy but have little to no sense of meaning in their lives—proverbially, simply here for the party—have the same gene expression patterns as people who are responding to and enduring chronic adversity.”
Getting exercise, listening to music, eating right, and building your relationships are just a few habits to help you ride the (inevitable) waves of work stress.
Even just 7 minutes of exercise is a simple way to boost your happiness levels.
Harvard Business School researchers found that the poor posture engendered by smartphones and laptops weakens your will.
“Giving ourselves multiple options for improving our behavior actually hamstrings that behavioral shift. While we might like to ‘keep our options open,’ our brains don’t process ambiguity very well.”
This infographic shows what’s happened to our waistlines from 1995 to the present.
As Naked Juice has been forced to stop calling itself “all natural,” it’s clear that even the government has very little idea what that means.
"It’s somewhere between a Boca Burger and a McDonald’s burger." "Meatloaf without any salt and pepper."
A new sexual health clinic in London is using tongue-in-cheek designs and a non-clinical atmosphere to up compliance.
Ever wondered why lego mini-figures have holes in their heads? Is it to match the bricks? To snap on hats? Nope. In reality, they have been designed to allow air to pass through if lodged in a child’s throat.
This tooth sensor knows if you’ve been overeating or smoking.