Here are 5 things you should know.
1. A simple fan is one of the most effective ways to keep mosquitos away.
Entomologists from Michigan State University found that fan-generated wind greatly reduces mosquitoes and they recommend using it in our backyards to protect ourselves and our pets.
Mosquitos are very irritating and people try all kinds of tricks to keep them away. This one actually works.
Just place a fan or two nearby outside and the mosquitos will mostly stay away as they can’t fight the wind generated from the fan. It works really well.
2. Stores like Walmart will put items on clearance without reducing prices.
Many people don’t realize when going into the clearance section of a store like Walmart, they add a yellow sticker that doesn’t mention a previous price. This is often to make a person believe the price is reduced but in fact, they just want to sell them faster without reducing first.
3. Dermal fillers are a lot more permanent than you think they are. They don’t break down, they move around the face.
Facial fillers, or dermal fillers, have become immensely popular in the past years with people as young as teenagers getting the procedures done, sometimes with dire consequences.
Professionals lure in clients with the promise that the procedures are temporary, meaning that whatever you pump into your face will be absorbed or broken down over time and you’ll be back to your normal self without issue or any aftermath.
MRI scans of people who’ve had dermal fillers injected show that the fillers aren’t being broken down by the body and are showing up on scans up to ten years later. Since there is nothing tethering them in place they, like all other liquids, end up moving around. This is most easily seen in people who frequently get dermal fillers where their face starts rounding up, they get a shelve on their top lip or a build-up under the eyes (tear trough fillers).
MRI scans show that, for example, lip filler isn’t breaking down but rather moving upwards towards the nose and downwards to the chin. This gives the illusion that the filler has broken down and people go back to get another injection.
4. A vitamin D deficiency can make you feel quite low, empty more depressed without realizing it.
“41.6% of adults in the United States are deficient. This number goes up to 69.2% in Hispanic adults and 82.1% in African American adults”. In the UK, 50% of Asian people have a vitamin D deficiency.
5. If you are online shopping from a big store and your cart is HUGE. Buy one or two things first, then the rest later.
A LOT of stores will put a coupon in your package (for upwards of 25% off your next purchase) when you buy one thing from their store. This ensures you shop there again.
If you were already planning on spending a lot of money there this initial coupon could really soften the blow on your wallet.