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Things With More Germs Than a Toilet Seat

Things With More Germs Than a Toilet Seat

Here’s a ridiculous question: Would you cut up your vegetables on a toilet seat? You might as well, since the average cutting board is riddled with far more dangerous bacteria than the average toilet seat, according to Dr. Charles Gerba (aka “Dr. Germ”), a professor of microbiology at the University of Arizona. He told the…

These Are Actual Olympic Sports

These Are Actual Olympic Sports

Tug-of-War, Speed Walking and more. It pays to know a little bit about the history of the Olympics, if only for the sake of laughing at all the strange sports that found their way into the games. if you’ve ever wondered about the strange and wonderful world of Olympic race walking, archery, and the wacky…

Reasons Why Men Die Before Women

Reasons Why Men Die Before Women

Men’s Health offers these four reasons men die five years before women do. Unless, of course, you heed our death-defying advice: She goes to the doctor Hypochondriac or not, women have checkups about 33 percent more often than men do, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. But 52 percent of women took at…

Your Favorite Ice Cream Reveals Your Personality

Your Favorite Ice Cream Reveals Your Personality

Icecream.com assembled a list of eight popular flavors of ice cream and then correlated each to personality characteristics, including a romantic compatibility forecast. Choose your favorite ice cream flavor and see how it matches up! Butter Pecan You are the perfect employee — devoted, conscientious, respectful and fiscally conservative. Not only do you hold high…

8 Ways to Not Doze Off In a Meeting

8 Ways to Not Doze Off In a Meeting

Meetings can be so boring. Add an overheated room, a full tummy and someone who just drones on and on and on, and you’ll probably struggle to keep your eyes open. Typical employees spend between 35 percent and 60 percent of their workdays in meetings, so making meetings more interesting and less doze-worthy should be…

Best and Worst Cities For Renters

Best and Worst Cities For Renters

With family moving season historically peaking in July and the share of U.S. renter households increasing in 2015 to more than 36 percent — the highest since the 1960s — WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016’s Best & Worst Cities for Renters. To help prospective renters get the most bang for their buck, WalletHub’s…

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