And may have ‘regional accents’!
Merriam-Webster’s “word of the year.” Never before have so many people felt compelled to look it up on their dictionary as they did in 2016.
Oxford Dictionaries 2016 “word of the year” is an adjective meaning when “objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief”.
Or $2,500 plus for a pair on eBay.
With only one bathroom break!
We need to stop with the “social comparison”.
Money… it really doesn’t buy everything.
And you didn’t even know…
We’re living in an age with animal losses not seen since the decline of the dinosaurs.
Listen to your heart!
Of which, an average, 75% are repeat negative things?
Win-win situation for all.
Misophonia; the same sort of flight-or-fight response that gets triggered when facing a wild animal.
“The easiest ways to change human behavior is to radically change our surrounding environment.”
Gift… or burden?
Forced to “pick up the tab” 15 years after they split!
A UNESCO world heritage site popular in the summer, but even more beautiful in winter.
Leading to dementia and early death.
And it’s been hiding in plain sight for ages.
The gene editing technique that could help eradicate health conditions and bring back the woolly mammoth!
Seafood eaters ingest up to 11,000 tiny pieces of plastic every year. Yuk!
Described as “coziness of the soul,” and for the Danes—who are considered the happiest people on the planet—it’s a way of life. Here’s how to get it.
Say goodbye to queues!
The Trump’s alpha male body language ticks.
And could it happen again?