A new health fad turns out to be a very bad idea. It could cause you to develop long-term and even fatal damage. That’s what you get for taking health advice from Instagram. (Source: Los Angeles Times)
No, pets aren’t gonna catch coronavirus. Stop putting masks on them. (Source: CTV)
It’s Valentine’s Day, so let’s keep it quick. You won’t want to delay candy and dinner.
The trend towards allowing workers to take breaks during the day sometimes leads to too much time spent on surfing the web and Facebook and other pursuits. It’s called “cyberloafing,” and maybe there’s a limit. Or maybe not. (Source: BBC)
Some people prefer paper maps to GPS or map apps. The old-fashioned way may offer some benefits that Waze can’t match. (Source: USA Today)
Could flight shaming take hold in America like it’s doing in Europe? Maybe, but it will have to get over some major hurdles to do so. (Source: Los Angeles Times)
Every number’s a milestone if you want it to be a milestone. You don’t have to wait for a round number to celebrate, do you?
Polls show that most people think you shouldn’t discuss politics at the office. Most people do it anyway. (Source: USA Today)
Are you more likely to catch coronavirus on an airplane? Probably not. At least, it’s no more likely than if you’re in any other place with lots of people. Maybe. (Source: Washington Post)
Quentin Tarantino apparently doesn’t have a cell phone. He bans other people’s phones from the set, too. Maybe he’s on to something. (Source: The Hollywood Reporter)