Do you swear a lot and walk around your house naked? You might just be intelligent after all

Do you swear a lot and walk around your house naked? You might just be intelligent after all

Findings from a recent research suggest intelligent people are more likely to swear. Researchers at the University of Rochester quizzed 1,000 people about 400 typical behaviours, and discovered a strong like between intelligence and swearing. During the study, all participants were asked to state how often they performed 400 behaviours. Those with higher intellects were found to be more likely to curse, eat spicy breakfasts, and walk around the house naked. Extroverts, as you’d probably expect, like to drive cars faster than 75mph, gamble, tell dirty jokes, and drink a lot….

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Want to roll around in snow or ski in summer? 4 places to visit in March, April

Want to roll around in snow or ski in summer? 4 places to visit in March, April

The Step into the Void glass skywalk overlooking the French Alps on top of a 3842-metre peak in Chamonix. The installation is made of three layers of glass and can withstand winds of up to 200kmph.(AFP) Not everyone’s definition of a winter getaway involves beach, sand or surf. For snow bunnies who love a good old-fashioned wintry wonderland getaway, Booking.com has compiled a list of the best last-minute destinations for rolling around in the snow, donning ski or skate, and sipping on a mug of marshmallow-topped hot chocolate in your…

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Blood Pressure Spike Around Doctors Might Point to Heart Problem

Blood Pressure Spike Around Doctors Might Point to Heart Problem

Some older people who get what’s known as white coat hypertension – a spike in blood pressure at the doctors’ office – may have an increased risk of heart disease and stroke, a study suggests. White coat hypertension is pretty common – lots of people get stressed out around doctors and it’s not unusual for this to result in high blood pressure readings for patients who have normal blood pressure outside the exam room, researchers note in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. When researchers examined data on…

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residing around green areas allows treat Diabetes better

residing around green areas allows treat Diabetes better

A 5-10 minute stroll on your neighbourhood park can elevate your oxygen degrees however if you purpose for ordinary fitness, strive living amid greenery as it can reduce chronic ailments like diabetes, hypertension and lipid disorders most of the aged.The findings discovered that higher ranges of greenness round houses is associated with a appreciably lower hazard of continual illnesses — a 14-percentage risk discount for diabetes, a thirteen-percent discount for high blood pressure and a ten-percentage discount for lipid problems.”This take a look at builds on our research group’s in…

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Best roller coasters from around the world

Best roller coasters from around the world

Roller coasters are best defined by the words ‘Adrenaline Rush’. They are fantastic, teeth-grinding, seat-grabbing and heart-pounding rides that almost everyone loves. They are every bit fun as they are nerve racking. You either love them or hate them, there is no in-between; and this list is specifically for those who just can’t resist riding a roller coaster at an amusement park. Below is the list of some of the best roller coasters from around the world. Kingda Ka (USA) As of right now, this roller coaster at Six Flags…

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Quirky Museums From Around the World

Quirky Museums From Around the World

  You knew museum could be a sight of amusement. If tweaked fine arts in South Korea had us in splits, Jeju Love Land left us blushing. Museums have taken a 360 flip to gauge their visitors. This list of Quirky Museums gives a glimpse of these museums and makes you want to visit them soon. 1. Spicy and Sourly in South Korea A museum dedicated to inform the world about of the major items in Korean cuisine, Kimchi. It’s definitely worth a taste or we say a visit! 2….

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On The Oscars Red Carpet, A Trip Around the World

On The Oscars Red Carpet, A Trip Around the World

Jennifer Lawrence photographed at the Academy Awards on February 29. (Image Courtesy: AFP) Brie Larson wore Gucci, the label revivified by Alessandro Michele: a billowy, bold, blue ruffled frock whose lightness was bisected and somewhat weighed down by a large jeweled belt. Cate Blanchett returned to one of her regular sponsors, Armani, who made over red-carpet dressing in the 1990s with beige and subtle sequins (Fashion Review) Turns out the Oscar outfits were also white, #SoWhite…#SewWhite. Not merely the fabrics – though the nominee Rooney Mara looked like a medieval-castle…

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