Tears Send Message To Men:”No Sex”

Women's tears are a turnoff for men, basses on Israeli-an research. The Weizmann Institute of Science and Wolfson Hospital near Tel Avivhe study by on the role tears play in non-verbal communication, suggest that a chemical in women's tears lowers men's
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16 Million People Will Take Cruises This Year

16 Million People Will Take Cruises This Year

About 16 million people  will take cruises this year, an increase of 6.6% over 2010, with Europe, the Caribbean and Alaska among the top destination, according to information of CLIA, North America's largest cruise industry group with 25 member cruise lines. As CLIA reported, Gunard Line's new Queen Elizabeth cruise liner (more...)

Let’s Beat Weight Gain After Holidays!

Guilty of overeating during the holidays? Here are simple ways to beat weight gain” Drink water. Drinking helps you feel full. Some experts suggest sipping water (or iced tea) just before you sit down to a meal. Count to 10. Studies suggest that the average craving lasts only about 10 minutes. So (more...)

New Tourist Rides to Space in 2013

The US-based firm that organise the paid tripe said, Russian  will start selling multimillion-dollar tourist tickets to the International Space Station  in 2013 after. The last voyage flying billionaire Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte to space in 2009. And it was done. No money - (more...)

At 6,000 Years Old, Wine Press Is Oldest

A prehistoric people in what's now Armenia also built the world's oldest known winery, a new study says. Near the village of Areni, archaeologists have unearthed a wine press for stomping grapes, fermentation and storage vessels, drinking cups, and withered grape vines, skins, and seeds, the study says. "This is the earliest, (more...)

Russians Went to France for Old New Year Party

More than half a million Russians are visiting France each year, according to French tourism development agency Atout France. Numbers peak each January, 13 days after the western New Year. Russians favor are the fashionable ski resort of Courchevel, Cote d'Azur resorts like Nice and Paris, where five-star hotels are busy (more...)

Wolfgang Puck Catering Brings the Culinary Arts to Phila

Wolfgang Puck Catering officially launches in Philadelphia, offering on and off-site options, with an exclusive catering relationship with The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.  The Kimmel Center is the heart of Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts and is home to eight performing arts organizations as well as Broadway, classical, (more...)

Rabid Raccoons Are The Problem In Pennsylvania

“For the third straight year, Pennsylvania will likely top all other states in reported cases of rabies in domestic animals”, - said the memo from state health officials, which went out to some veterinarians. Pennsylvania reported 312 cases of rabies in wild animals through November 2010, compared with 388 in all (more...)

Center City District Restaurant Week

More than 100 of Center City’s finest restaurants are participating in the upcoming Center City District Restaurant Week, once again taking place over two weeks back-to-back: January 16th to 21st and 23rd to 28th. Check out a full list and make reservations online and, while you’re there, enter the contest to (more...)

No Luck. Philadelphia’s Gambling Problem

Building new casinos in Philadelphia and its suburbs was welcomed: new tax source for city budget, new work places and so on. But gambling was never an innocent entertainment. Before Philadelphians would have to go to Atlantic City in order to try their luck. Not any more with three new casinos: Sugar (more...)

The Dandelion, New British-style Pub in Philadelphia

The Dandelion, new British-inspired pub, opened at 124 S. 18th St. in Center City on December 31st. It offers “the best in contemporary British cuisine, [drawing] inspiration from the U.K.’s great gastropubs, where modern, internationally influenced flavors and lighter, seasonal updates on traditional fare create a unique dining (more...)

$20 Surcharge To Round Trips

US Airways and other major domestic airlines are increasing fares by adding a $20 surcharge to round trips for most domestic flights, according to commercial aviation price watcher Farecompare.com. United Airlines and Continental Airlines added a $10 one-way ‘peak travel day’ surcharge for the majority of their domestic routes, says the (more...)

Is That Your Cup of Tea?

Everybody loves tea. However, not everybody knows that a cup of your favorite tea can tell not only about your taste preferences but also about your character. Hot and cold, strong and weak, with sugar or without - there are so many ways to prepare this ancient drink. Now remember (more...)

Hangover. The Day After Yesterday

Hangover is a sickness a person creates by his or her own. Luckily, in most cases it could be cured really fast. Many of adults know how frustrating hangover symptoms could be. However, hangover could be of two types: a light one, because of “alcohol intoxication”, and heavy one, because of (more...)

Students’ Week Without Social Media

An unusual experiment took place in December in one of high schools: can students avoid text messages, e-mails, Twitter and Facebook for one week? During this experiment they were able to call each other, but not text or e-mail. As a grant for taking steady and honest part in the (more...)