Our lives may be more like the DVDs in TV boxed sets than we realise, with decades marking out equivalent of Tv seasons. Some surprising research shows that we mark out the years when our age ends in a 9. People are more likely to run marathons, or seek an online affair at the end of their 20’s 30’s 40’s 50’s, although maybe not 60’s
Here’s another link – women’s heel size has an effect on men’s behaviour. The first study to look at this found men are more likely to chat and help women wearing higher heels.
What do we look for in a leader – high intelligence or good health? This research could explain why executives and politicians put so much time into their looks. Intelligence is preferred where negotiation or a new market is being explored.
If you’ve ever wondered about the environmental consequences of paper towels in toilets, here’s some evidence that they may be a healthier alternative than blow driers for hands. Hand dryers spread bacteria the research sponsored by the tissue manufacturers says.
We all think we want to keep our computers safe from viruses and malware, but do we really? Not according to a US study. People are the weakest link in computer security, the researchers say.