Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Preventing the No. 1 Killer of Teenagers in America: Unsafe Driving






With all the often-discussed dangers of drugs, drinking, bullying, and crime, it’s not difficult to overlook the fact that the No. 1 cause of death for teens is motor-vehicle crashes. Yet the reality is that more than 2,600 of young adults aged 15 to 19 years old were involved in fatal accidents in 2013 —and another 130,000 were injured, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

It Looks Like an iPhone. Is It as Good? The HTC One A9



Apple’s iPhone is one of the best looking phones you can buy. But what do you do if you love the iPhone’s design, but also love Google’s Android?

Halloween Makeup Hazards


If costume makeup is on your agenda this Halloween, you may want to reconsider your getup or at least be cautious with your cosmetic choices. Side effects of toxic costume makeup can be extreme, so take some tips from the pros this Halloween and be thoughtful when you’re dressing up.

Halloween Asteroid: How Close It Will Pass by Earth

 

How's this for eerie timing?

An asteroid that was only just discovered on Oct. 10 is set to whiz past Earth on Halloween, marking the closest encounter our planet has had with one of the massive speeding rocks since 2006, according to NASA.

The Technologies of ‘Back to the Future’ Is Here-ish!


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In 1989, teenage time traveler Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) returned to theaters in Back to the Future Part II, the sequel to director Robert Zemeckis’s original sci-fi comedy classic. As the story unfolds, Marty and his temporal travel guide, Doctor Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd), flash forward in time to the exotic future environs of Oct. 21, 2015.

Monday, 19 October 2015

Artist Buys Crumbling Bank for $1, Transforms It Into Something Amazing



A building like this can change a whole neighborhoodThe Stony Island Arts Bank, renovated and reopened 

This may be the best dollar ever spent on Chicago’s South Side.

May the Force Be With You — Star Wars Plane Takes First Flight



Boarding a plane is typically a pretty boring process.

However, when Chewbacca walks down the aisle and places a suitcase in the overhead compartment, things get exponentially more exciting.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015

Why You Should Roast Your Chicken Upside Down


The mark of a good chef or restaurant is how well either can roast a chicken. A moist and tender chicken is the quintessential comfort food, but an overcooked, dry bird will make you wish you’d ordered steak.

Beau Jacobson’s 85-Pound Weight Loss: How I Overcame Binge Eating Disorder to Lose Weight the Healthy Way




Beau Jacobson is 23 years old, 6 feet and 3 inches tall, and currently weighs 200 pounds. In high school, he weighed 285 pounds, but his desire to lose weight led him to develop a binge-eating disorder that dropped him to 159 pounds. This is how he found his way out of that disorder to lead a healthy lifestyle today.

What Happens to Booze in Space? A Chat With the Space Sommelier




The latest trend in cocktails is out of this world. Literally.

Johnny Depp Doesn't Want to Win an Oscar



Johnny Depp has been nominated for three Best Actor Academy Awards, for Sweeney Todd, Finding Neverland, and for the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie. And that’s enough for him.

Instagram-Worthy Spots That Can Kill You




If you see a cliff, chances are there is an adrenaline junkie willing to push the limits and walk to the edge. And thanks to the popularity of Instagram, even more people are putting themselves in dangerous situations just to snap the perfect photo.

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Strange Food Phobias You Might Have Without Even Knowing It




All of us have our share of phobias, whether they’re sharks, snakes, or even butterflies (thanks a lot, Spongebob). However, there are a select few who find the sight of certain foods absolutely terrifying. Here are 7 strange food phobias that you might have without even knowing it…

Tuesday, 13 October 2015

Samsung’s Gear S2: The First Smartwatch I’d Actually Buy



For the past week, my usually naked wrist has played host to Samsung’s new Gear S2 smartwatch. And though I’ve tested and reviewed more than a dozen such gadgets over the past two years, this is the first one I’ve actually wanted to buy.

Playboy magazine, centerfold's future at risk... No more nudes !!!



Now readers of Playboy, the glossy men's magazine known for its nude fold-outs, can honestly say they are buying the magazine for its articles.

Janet Jackson Joins Elite Company With 'Unbreakable'





Janet Jackson’s Unbreakable album debuts at No. 1, selling 116,000 copies. (photo: Associated Press)

Wednesday, 7 October 2015

Thursday, 1 October 2015

7 Ways Having a Baby Makes You Sexier




Sure you’re handling dirty diapers by the pail-load and have breast milk stains on your shirt. But, whether or not you believe it, you’re actually hotter than ever.

The Era of the Booty Empowering or Another Unhealthy Body Obsession?




We’ve been in the Era of the Big Booty for a while now, thanks to celebrities like Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez, and Kim Kardashian.