It’s nice to have the ability to stay in touch with your partner even when they’re at work. But just because you can text them every few minutes doesn’t mean you should. If you’re worried about distracting yourself when you should be getting paid, there are other ways to stay connected without having to hide your phone on your lap under your desk.
Love is strange. It makes people act in ways they themselves can’t understand. Today we hear of ridiculous stories such as a man in a relationship with a woman and her biological daughter, a woman in a relationship with a co-worker and her boss.
If you're one of the third of all humankind who drinks alcohol, take note: There's no amount of liquor, wine or beer that is safe for your overall health, according to a new analysis of 2016 global alcohol consumption and disease risk.
The impact of cell phone radiation on the human body is highly debated and inconclusive, but it's good to know what that little device glued to your side is emitting. Here are the phones that emit the highest—and lowest—amounts of radiation, as reported by the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection.
After a long, stressful day at work, you’re ready for some quality time with your significant other. What you do doesn’t matter; you just want to be around someone who loves and understands you. And then, your partner walks in the door, visibly exasperated from an equally high-stress day at the office — and desperate for some time alone. What just happened?