Recent studies revealed that new automobile technologies like active safety and infotainment systems, to name a few, can make our driving skills a bit rusty. A study sponsored..
Is it Really Possible to Delete Your Internet History?
The internet has evolved to become an integral part of life around the world ever since it was first introduced in the late 1990s. To put things into perspective, 4 billion people..
Is it Necessary to ‘Break In’ a New Car?
Car enthusiasts believe that cars should be pushed to their limits, especially when it comes to a brand new one. While it may be tempting to go straight ahead and test your new..
The Most Inspiring Sports Movies of All Time
Sports movies have become such a big part of modern culture, they tell stories of spirit triumphing over adversity, and teach us that, if you want something badly enough, there’s..
Why Newer Car Models May Not Need a Tuneup
The traditional 'tuneup' that older cars needed to keep them in good shape isn't required necessarily for modern vehicles anymore. The tuneup included replacing your vehicle's..
Is ‘New Car Smell’ Bad for Your Health?
In this episode of BrainStuff, Ben Howlin reveals that the smell of new cars is a combination of different substances. People love the "new car scent" so much that people buy sprays..
Find Out Everything You Need to Know About the ‘Carnivore Diet’
The Carnivore diet is a hyper-charged version of the popular paleo and keto diets. It follows a strict list of meals that are centered around meat. People can choose between an..
How Often Should You be Washing Your Pillow?
Pillows usually come with a tag suggesting instructions on how to clean them but a lot of people ignore them. Some people never even bother to wash them thinking that it's okay..
Tim Cook Changed His Twitter Handle to ‘Tim Apple’
The day after being addressed as "Tim Apple" (Time + Apple emoji) by President Trump, during a press conference for the first meeting of the American Workforce Policy Advisory..
Find Out How A Chef Lost 200 Pounds After Changing His Diet and Undergoing Surgery
The moment 42-year-old chef Matt Jennings reached an extremely dangerous weight of 400 pounds, he knew he had to do something with his diet. He is the man behind the culinary consulting..