A recent study by Betterment revealed an interesting fact. Of the 3,000 consumers aged 25-45 surveyed, more said they were saving money for a home than for a wedding. Over 80 percent revealed any funds they were putting aside were for short-term, not long-term goals.Betterment CEO Jon Stein broke down the trends on “The Ralphie… Read more »
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A new study from Tempur-Pedic reveals some interesting napping habits by Americans.A disturbing 22 percent of the 1,000 surveyed admitted to falling asleep at the wheel, sometimes while driving. Other strange nap spots included while battling in the military, the bathroom, and the church. Check out the full read here.
The Daily Affair’s Stacy Nelkin weighed in with her thoughts on this new study, which reveals that inviting other couples out with you on dates could actually help your own relationship.Check out Stacy’s website here.
Last month Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman called in to talk about her book and her research on the hazards that radiation from cell phones and other mobile devices produce.Now, a new study reveals that the technology is affecting the brain, but some scientists are still unsure exactly how, and if it is something of serious… Read more »
Single guys are dirtier. No, that’s not a female conclusion from Sex and the City, that’s the result of a scientific study.More of the filthy low-down can be read about here. The study was sponsored by Clorox.
She’s a nutritionist who is also trying to educate a new “plugged-in” generation of the effects of electronic pollution. After contracting a benign brain tumor, Dr. Ann Louise Gittleman penned Zapped: Why your Cell Phone Shouldnt Be Your Alarm Clock and 1,268 Ways to Outsmart the Hazards of Electronic Pollution.Dr. Gittleman talked about the various… Read more »
Ironic that I post this at 6 a.m. – when according to the article I’d be best at snoozing. It also says that holiday shopping and other tasks are best completed between the hours of 6-8 p.m.Full story here.
Download the interview The Daily Affair’s Stacy Nelkin thought it was surprising that in this new study, only 17 percent of Americans will admit to gettin’ it on at the workplace.Check out Stacy’s website here.
I’m nine years under the average… not that I ever felt guilty about owning a Playstation 3 anyways, but if I did, I certainly don’t now!Variety has the full story here.
I think this is a ridiculous study – it also says ladies spend on average a little over $3,000 before finding their husband… you be the judge.