During the Miss USA pageant, Miss Utah flubs an answer to a question about income inequality between genders. She does make a good case for education reform, though. Check out the VIDEO below.
Let's kick off the week right . . . by giving you a bunch of stuff to worry about that you never even considered before.
1. In seven years, half of us will have cancer. According to a new study, by the year 2020 . . . which is only seven years away . . . HALF of all people will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives. One third of people will survive it. (The Guardian)
2. Your bra is causing indigestion? By now, you've probably heard that most women wear bras that don't fit them properly.
Well . . . by doing that, it turns out your bra can cause rashes, tendonitis, or even INDIGESTION from screwing up your posture. (Daily Mail)
3. A kid drowning doesn't look like he's drowning. When you think of a kid drowning, you think of yelling and flailing arms and panic. That's NOT true. A new article has the REAL signs of someone drowning.
Turns out they can't call for help because their respiratory system is struggling AND they can't wave their arms. The big signs would be their head low in the water, tilted back, with their eyes closed, possibly hyperventilating. (Slate)
There comes a point in everyone's life where it's time to graduate...even for a dog. Prince is a 9-year-old golden retriever and has retired his postion as a therapy dog at Portage High School in Illinois. But the thing that will make you smile is Prince is featured in the yearbook for the class of 2013 as one of the seniors. The schools adviser said that they have never done anything like this before.
Isn't this the cutest way to say goodbye to and old friend?
Jimmy Fallon and his peeps are amazing!
Planning to hire millennials in your office? This guide will teach you how to co-exist with this challenging new generation of workers.
According to a new survey, women start turning into their mother at age 31. Half of women said that in their early 30s, they started noticing they watched the same shows as their mother, used the same sayings, and liked the same type of men. And the main cause was...the birth of their first child.
Read more ---> Telegraph