Beauty may not last forever and neither do beauty products; 89 percent of women aren't aware that many products have a "period after opening" symbol that lets you know when it's time to toss. Make-up bags can be a breeding ground for bacteria — so ladies beware of what you're putting on your face:
"The average make-up bag is a hoarding space for items that are four years out of date, a study shows. And some women hang on to items for up to 15 years past recommended use-by dates. Old mascara wands can breed bacteria that lead to conjunctivitis, which causes redness, itching and swelling."
"Don't wake the baby" because it turns out that day time naps actually help infants remember new things. Researchers have found that developing brains retain more when sleep followed learning:
"Researchers at the University of Arizona in Tucson found that infants who have daytime naps are more likely to exhibit an advanced level of learning called abstraction — the ability to detect a general pattern contained in new information."
The idea of a "dumb jock" is just a myth: Physically fit students actually do better academically. A new study found that test scores dropped more than one point for each extra minute it took middle and high school students to complete a one mile run/walk fitness test:
"Compared with students of desirable weight, overweight and obese students also scored significantly lower on tests, the researchers found."