Use Limoneira citrus to revitalize and clean any home – without any of the harmful chemicals found in many store-bought cleaners March is here and Spring has sprung! That means it’s time for Spring Cleaning. However, it’s no secret that store-bought cleaning agents can be full of hidden and harmful chemicals that are best left outside the home. Therefore, this month Limoneira spokesperson and founder … Continue reading Spring Cleaning with Limoneira Citrus
A PREDATOR-catching app is using algorithms to detect children’s emotions so it can alert parents when online threats surface. To be launched in the coming months, Sophie is an iPhone app developed by researchers in South Australia. Sophie uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to alert parents when their children demonstrate emotional behaviour such as anxiety or fear. The app is centred around a third-party keyboard, which … Continue reading iPhone app detects online predators By Caleb Radford
According to recent studies, 61% of people place moving homes at the top of their stress list, ahead of relationship breakdowns, divorce or even a new job. One way to ease this stress is to hire professionals to do all the heavy lifting, but that still leaves the packing and organization of your affairs. Ross Sapir, founder and CEO of Roadway Moving has compiled some of the lesser known … Continue reading Ross Sapir’s Stress Reducing Tips for Your Next Big Move
BROOKLYN, NY (February 4, 2016) – Season Four of VICE on HBO premieres tomorrow, February 5 at 11:00pm. Season Four is VICE‘s longest running season yet with 18 episodes from February 5 through July 1. The season opens with a segment on unnatural selection, human gene editing, and designer babies hosted by Isobel Yeung. The segment is particularly timely given the U.K.’s recent decision to allow scientists to genetically modify human embryos. Following, … Continue reading “Unnatural Selection” hosted by Isobel Yeung, Kicks Off Season Four Premier of VICE on HBO
Recent research by Queendom.com reveals that superstitious are still alive and well, even in the 21st century. In a world of self-sanitizing door handles and wristwatches that allow people to play music, answer calls, and track their heart rate simultaneously, it’s hard to believe that people still believe in old wives’ tales. Yet research from Queendom reveals that superstitions, like broken mirrors and ancient Egyptian curses, not only … Continue reading Of Black Cats and Jinxes, are you a believer?
A recent study by PsychTests.com reveals that people with a strong need for power tend to have less satisfying and fulfilling relationships. Some people can wield a sword like an olive branch. Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Nelson Mandela – people like them used their power to bring about justice, social change, or freedom. Then there are those who, when given even small amounts of power, … Continue reading Power-Hungry And Pariah – PsychTests’ Study Shows That Desire For Power Damages Relationships by
A recent study by Queendom.com and PsychTests.com indicates that both men and women can fall victim to emotional eating. The only difference lies in why they do it. French physician and gastronome Anthelme Brillat-Savarin understood the impact of emotions on food choices when he uttered, “Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you what you are.” Using food to cope with stress or … Continue reading It’s Not Just A Girl Thing: Queendom Study Reveals That Men Struggle With Emotional Eating Too