Washing your hair with dry shampoo does sound like an oxymoron but it has actually been around for centuries. It has enjoyed a recent resurgence of popularity because many beauty experts recommend washing your hair less frequently to keep it healthy. So what is it exactly? Click here to find out.
Do you yawn right after your partner yawns? Researchers say the faster your partner yawns back at you, the healthier your relationship is. One scientist claims that humans don't pick up contagious yawning until they reach age four or five because certain parts of the brain need to develop, namely the parts related to social skills and empathy. This scientist says he wonders "if you could tell someone was falling out of love with you by the timing of their yawn delay." Previous research has revealed that people yawn more quickly after an acquaintance yawns then when a stranger yawns, and that the more familiar and attached a person is to the yawner the more likely he or she will return the yawn quickly. (Daily Mail)
Privacy please! It seems that nothing we do is private anymore, especially with the era of the Internet. yes, everything you search for and click through is tracked by companies (now you know how those specialty ads pop up). Now you can reclaim your privacy!
Google and Apple recently rolled out a feature called the “Do Not Track.” DNT lets consumers opt out of third-party web tracking. To date, only 19% of users say they use this feature, according to a Forrester Research report, but it’s one of the simplest ways to keep third-party trackers at bay.
To initiate “Do Not Track” on your browser, go into your browser preferences and look for the tab labeled “Privacy.” Check the box to enable the DNT feature. You can get the same protection on your mobile phone by enabling DNT via your browser privacy settings. Most popular browsers offer a DNT option, including Google’s Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Explorer and Safari.
If spring cleaning is on your list of to-dos, a yard sale or garage sale should be too. Sure, it's a lot of work, but all the lugging of boxes and bags can be worth it if you know how to turn a profit. Experts chime in their advice on the best ways to turn an average yard sale into a real money-maker!