People Who Wear Crazy Socks Are Smart, Successful, And Revolutionary.
Feb06

People Who Wear Crazy Socks Are Smart, Successful, And Revolutionary.

  This study explains WHY! Men and women who wear crazy, colorful socks are independent, interesting, and successful, at least according to an article in Elite Daily. These socks can be outrageous colors like chartreuse or neon green, or have gigantic eyes, lobsters, flying pigs, or over-frosted cupcakes all over them — as long as they aren’t a dull brown or blue, they can reveal much about the wearer. People who wear crazy...

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50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat!
Feb06

50 Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat!

In the 1960s, the sugar industry funded research that downplayed the risks of sugar and highlighted the hazards of fat, according to a newly published article in JAMA Internal Medicine. The article draws on internal documents to show that an industry group called the Sugar Research Foundation wanted to “refute” concerns about sugar’s possible role in heart disease. The SRF then sponsored research by Harvard...

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10 Herbs You Can Grow Indoors in Water All Year Long
Feb05

10 Herbs You Can Grow Indoors in Water All Year Long

  Herbs often have medicinal, relaxation, and culinary properties, and it is great if we can have them throughout the entire year in the home. In fact, we can! We will reveal a way to grow certain herbs in the kitchen and provide a pleasant flavor in it. What best about it all is that you do not need to water them regularly, nor change the soil, and they will be still as flavorsome as if grown in the garden. Yet, you will need to...

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Two Major Credit Reporting Agencies Have Been Lying to Consumers
May10

Two Major Credit Reporting Agencies Have Been Lying to Consumers

A CFPB investigation concluded that Transunion and Equifax deceived Americans about the reports they provided and the fees they charged. In personal finance, practically everything can turn on one’s credit score. It’s both an indicator of one’s financial past, and the key to accessing necessities—without insane costs—in the future. But on Tuesday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced that two of the three major...

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