Being happy is as easy as buying that new pair of sneakers you’ve been starving yourself to cop, studies have previously shown, disproving that money can’t buy happiness. Just last week a study revealed traveling leads to more sex, feeling younger, and, yes, feeling happier. You’ll probably need money to do that. Now Cambridge University reports the key to buying happiness is specifically spending on things that match your personality.
Sometimes studies try to tell people what they don’t want to hear for example, oversleeping may kill you, or your excessive reality TV diet is making you more of a narcissist. This is not one of those studies. According to the following UK study traveling benefits people by helping them lose weight, have more sex, and feel younger.
They say “a drunk mind speaks a sober heart,” but a drunk mind might actually make you more of a jerk. While honesty is the best policy, anew study suggests that there may be a reason for being totally rude and out-of-control when you’ve had one too many.
Most people with herpes don’t know they have it, which is probably how almost two-thirds of the global population ended up with the virus. On Wednesday, the World Health Organization (WHO)announced that, “More than 3.7 billion people under the age of 50, or 67 percent of the population, are infected with herpes simplex virus type 1.”
With weed slowly but surely entering the same mainstream acceptanceterritory as our dear friend alcohol, one omission in the general political discussion surrounding this continued widespread legalization has become strikingly apparent: all those other drugs people love. Whether or not one considers weed and/or alcohol a “drug,” the science surrounding the impact of alcohol compared with the impact of other so-called “drugs” is relatively inarguable.
The earth’s biggest groundwater basins are being depleted far more quickly than previously believed, according to two new studies by the University of California, Irvine (UCI).