Huffington Post - Do you ever wake up in a bad mood, and you're not sure WHY? Here are three possible reasons, according to science.
1. You're not getting enough fruits and vegetables. A recent study found that people who eat seven servings of produce a day tend to be happier, less anxious, and less likely to be depressed.
2. You're dehydrated. A 2012 study found that even being a LITTLE dehydrated can put you in a bad mood. In general, men should get at least 3.7 liters of water a day, and women should get 2.7. And yes, things like coffee and juice DO count.
3. You check Facebook too much. A study this year found that if you're on there constantly, you start realizing it's a HUGE waste of time . . . which makes you feel bad about yourself. And that probably applies for things like fantasy football too.
It's the first of a series of videos featuring NFL on FOX talent. What would they be if they weren't FOX Sports broadcasters? Apparently starring in telenovelas.
An 11-story building in Albany, New York had to be demolished on Saturday to make room for a new convention center. But instead of just imploding it, they strapped a bunch of FIREWORKS to the outside, and set them off first.
They also set up "daytime fireworks" on the roof, which are the kind that let off colored smoke. Then the actual implosion was like the grand finale.
The executives at Sony Music are not too happy that Brad Paisley has been leaking tracks from his new album "Moonshine In The Trunk". So, the CEO of Sony Music Nashville have given us his personal email address to give out so you can tell Brad yourselves how much you are looking forward to the new album. Here it is..... it's firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!!
If you've dared PAMELA ANDERSON to take the Ice Bucket Challenge, I have bad news for you: She's not doing it. And it's because she claims the ALS Association supports ANIMAL TESTING.
In a note on her Facebook page, below, she said, quote, "Sorry, I can't bring myself to do your Ice bucket challenge . . . I thought instead I'd challenge ALS to stop animal testing.
"Recent experiments funded by the ALS Association, mice had holes drilled into their skulls, were inflicted with crippling illnesses, and were forced to run on an inclined treadmill until they collapsed from exhaustion.
"Monkeys had chemicals injected into their brains and backs and were later killed and dissected."
Then she listed statistics that supposedly prove animal testing really doesn't work, and urged fans to, quote, "find and support charities that never harm animals and which pour their time and resources into advanced, promising, human-relevant cures."