This should make you feel totally secure in your relationship. A new survey found the nine careers where people are most likely to have AFFAIRS.
And we even know WHO they’ll cheat on you with . . . 65% of the people in the survey say they’re secretly getting-it-on with someone at work.
Here are the nine careers where people are most likely to have affairs.
1. Finance, including bankers and brokers.
2. Aviation, including pilots and flight attendants.
3. Healthcare, including doctors and nurses.
4. Business, including managers and administrative assistants.
5. Sports, including athletes and coaches.
6. The arts, including musicians and photographers.
7. Nightlife, including bartenders and DJs.
8. Communications, including journalists and PR people.
9. Legal, including lawyers and paralegals.
Summer officially starts this Sunday. According to eye doctors, here are five tips for buying a good pair of sunglasses . . .
- Make sure they have 100% U.V. protection.
U.V. rays are radiation from the sun that can make you develop cataracts.
A survey last year found less than half of us check the U.V. sticker on sunglasses before we buy them.
So check the tag the next time you buy a cheap pair at a gas station.
Some of those only block about 40% of U.V. rays.
- Big sunglasses are better, because they keep more of the U.V. rays out. Ideally they should be oversized, and wrap around your face.
- The color of the lenses doesn’t matter, and neither does how dark they are. Lighter lenses can still block all of the U.V. rays.
- Polarized lenses reduce glare, not necessarily U.V. exposure. So if you’re buying polarized sunglasses, make sure they block 100% of U.V. rays too.
- Don’t break the bank. You don’t have to spend a hundred bucks to protect your eyes. $10 sunglasses with 100% U.V. protection work just as well.
Britney Spears hurt her ankle so badly during her Las Vegas show Wednesday night, she’s been forced to cancel two shows.
Her shows for this coming Friday and Saturday will be rescheduled after doctors advised her not to perform … opting instead to rest her injured ankle so it can heal.
A 48-year-old in England named David Billings went to the doctor about a year-and-a-half ago when he had trouble swallowing, and they found a cancerous tumor on the right side of his tongue.
Luckily they were able to remove it before the cancer spread. But then he had trouble talking, because an inch-and-a-half section of his tongue was missing.
So a surgeon rebuilt it using a skin graft from his left forearm. Which worked. That part of his tongue is still numb, and he doesn’t have taste buds there, but he can talk again.
He does have to deal with one weird side effect though. The skin from his arm still grows HAIR . . . so he has to SHAVE his tongue now.
He says it doesn’t bother him too much, and his wife doesn’t seem to notice the hair when they kiss. So he’s going au naturel for now.
(See a photo of his arm here. Sadly, he hasn’t shared a picture of his tongue.)
It’s clear that no matter how many stories we hear about the dangers of texting and driving, we’re not going to stop. But if ANY story was going to change your behavior, it might be this one.
Christina Jahnz of Elizabeth, Colorado dropped her daughter off at school last Wednesday and was running late to a meeting. So as she drove there, she tried to text that she was running late.
But when she looked down to send it, she crashed into a guardrail. And somehow, that guardrail plowed through the front of her car, went through her thigh, and impaled her IN THE BUTT.
The paramedics had to saw off the guardrail and take her to the hospital with it still stuck inside of her.
She had emergency surgery where the doctors removed the guardrail and gave her tons of stitches. Amazingly, she survived . . . she says the doctors told her if it had gone in just a little bit the other way, she would’ve died.
(NBC 9 – Denver)