1.) The key to a good night sleep could be a night away from your spouse. There is a lot of evidence that sleeping apart is gathering popularity -- at least in the U.S. The National Association of Home Builders says it's expects 60% of new homes to have dual master bedrooms by 2015. And, since a survey of 70,000 women aged over 16, showed that women who slept five or fewer hours a night were a third more likely to put on at least 33 pounds than sound sleepers, it may not be a stretch to say sleeping together makes you fat. The scientific explanation for this is that after just a few days of sleep restriction, the hormones that control appetite cause people to be hungrier. So women who sleep less might eat more.
2.) Because you’re tired, its possible you might drift off at work. A tired German bank employee did exactly that, falling asleep on his keyboard. But, when he did, he accidentally transformed a minor transfer into a $300 million order. The man was supposed to transfer about $90 from a bank account belonging to a retiree, but instead "fell asleep for an instant, while pushing onto the number 2 key on the keyboard" -- making it a huge 222,222,222.22 euro order. The bank discovered the mistake shortly afterwards and corrected the error.
3.) Ladies, you know the feeling. You want to look your best for your friend's wedding, a party, or any special event, so you put on your highest pair of high heels in hopes that they'll lift and elongate your figure. But how long does that good feeling last? According to the Daily News, a recent survey from the College of Podiatry found that most women reported that their feet hurt after one hour and six minutes of wearing high heels. Twenty percent of the survey participants said that they felt pain after just 10 minutes of wearing heels.