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    WHAT you see in this optical illusion can vary depending on the time of the year. The baffling image can also reveal a lot about your personality based on what animal you see. 1What you see in the image depends on the time of the year Some people see a duck while others see a rabbit in the tricky image shared by Ohmymag. Research suggests that what you see may depend on the time of the year. According to a study published on Perceptual and Motor Skills, people are more likely to see a bunny on Easter, based on a study on a group of 265. The majority of 276 people who saw the illusion in October saw a duck rather than a rabbit. READ MORE ON OPTICAL ILLUSIONSHIDDEN MESSAGE 'Only 1% of people' can read the word in this illusion - can you find it?SHIFTY Optical illusion leaves viewers stunned with simple trick to create amazing design The researchers said: "This biasing effect of expectancy upon perception was observed for young children (2 to 10 years) as well as for...
    THE IRS is urging tax filers to avoid common errors this tax season, and experts have 11 easy steps to help you avoid delays. Two of the most common errors relate to the Recovery Rebate Credit and the Child Tax Credit, according to the IRS. 1Experts say these 11 steps can help you file a tax return without issue or delay Taxpayers should refer to Letter 6419 for advance Child Tax Credit payments and Letter 6475 for third Economic Impact Payment amounts they received. In addition, your online IRS account should also have this information. However, there are 11 easy steps you can take to ensure a smooth tax filing process 1. File Electronically The IRS is once again offering their free file program this year. READ MORE TAX STORIESNO KIDDING Deadline fast approaching for millions to get up to $3,600 tax credit per childRETURN TO SENDER IRS warning about tax returns being REJECTED – avoid this simple mistake While TurboTax is no longer participating, there are many other options available as long as certain criteria are met. The...
    AT FIRST glance it looks like a typical school lunch box, complete with a sandwich, snacks and drink. But experts at Cancer Council NSW say that hidden somewhere in this photo is an “uncomfortable truth.” 2There is something 'concerning' about this lunchbox, but can you tell what it is?Credit: Cancer Council NSW 2Experts say that pre-packaged lunches are far more expensive and unhealthy and you should be making everything in your lunchboxCredit: Cancer Council NSW While this lunch box containing a ham sandwich, a fruit roll-up, a yoghurt, crisps and a fruit drink may not ring any immediate alarm bells, it actually contains twice the sugar and half the fibre of a lunch box that has a cheese and tomato sandwich, fruit, veggie sticks and yoghurt. As well as that the unhealthy lunch box is twice the cost of the healthier lunch box and it’s all down to the pre-packaged items. Cancer Council NSW’s senior nutrition program officer Nina Tan said many parents bought pre-packaged school snacks because it saved them time or because of pressure from their children. “When...
    President Joe Biden urged Democrats and Republicans to unite on the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riot during a town hall event Wednesday night in Cincinnati, Ohio.  'I don't care if you think I'm Satan reincarnated,' Biden said during the event televised on CNN. 'The fact is you can't look at that television and say nothing happened on the 6th. You can't listen to people who say this was a peaceful march.'  His comments came after Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected two Republicans selected by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to serve on the committee because of their ties to former President Donald Trump. In response, McCarthy pulled all five Republican members from the committee, calling the investigation a 'sham.'  Biden addressed the need for Democrats and Republicans to work together and investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill riots during a town hall event Wednesday in Cincinnati, Ohio CNN's Don Lemon, right, asked how can the parties unite amid constant clashes and the rise of partisanship During the Jan. 6 riot at the...
    Researchers in Mexico have invented a new nose-only Covid-19 mask designed to keep a person's schnoz covered while eating and drinking, according to a report. The nose masks - worn underneath standard face masks that have become common-place during the pandemic - were unveiled during a video demonstration by an unnamed man and a woman sitting down for lunch. In the video, shared by Reuters news agency on Wednesday, the pair are shown taking off their face masks revealing the unusual nose-only masks underneath, before eating a drinking while sitting at an outdoor table. Plastic packets containing the masks are then shown on the table. The mask has been called the 'Eating Mask', according to a label on the packs. Coronavirus is a respiratory disease that spreads through the air by droplets and smaller particles exhaled from the nose and mouth of an infected person as they breathe, speak or cough. Researchers in Mexico have invented a new nose-only Covid-19 mask (pictured) designed to keep a person's schnoz covered while eating and drinking According to Johns Hopkins University, human...
    Here Are the 50 Most Expensive High Schools in America Early Series I Land Rover Heads to Auction Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life You Can Finally Do This After Getting the Vaccine, Experts Say While it's easy to assume that getting the COVID vaccine will immediately open up new possibilities and allow you to shirk public health measures, that's not exactly the case. Health experts have warned that people who get the vaccine should still adhere to most COVID precautions until the majority of the public is vaccinated. However, there is one thing that experts have confirmed you can safely do again after getting the vaccine. Read on to find out which coronavirus precaution you can drop, and for more lifted restrictions, The CDC Says You Don't Have to Do This Anymore Once You're Vaccinated. Read the original article on Best Life.
    This is America’s rare chance to undo the economic wrongs of decades, these strategists say Jeep: A Brief History Experts Say *This* Kind Of Hobby Can Make You Feel Awesome About Yourself The idea of loving yourself might sound a little cheesy, but hey, it’s important. “Self-love means having a high regard for your own happiness and well-being,” says Brian Wind, PhD, the chief clinical officer of JourneyPure>>>P, an addiction treatment center with locations around the country.“Self-love can influence how you handle the challenges you face in different aspects of your life, your overall happiness, and your mental and physical health.” And FYI:“Self-love is really about self-worth,” says Naomi Torres-Mackie, PhD, head of research at The Mental Health Coalition>>>P, and a clinical psychologist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City.“Reminding yourself that you're enough is key.” To that end, here are 17 awesome ways to make you feel allll the self-love—and then some. 1. Recite mantras.Also known as a mindful self-compassion exercise, mantras help you approach each day with some extra TLC—for yourself.“People can use positive...
    Gina Bisignano A somewhat well-known beautician from Beverly Hills has been charged with several crimes for her role in the D.C. insurrection of Jan. 6. Gina Bisignano was among rioters who were fighting with cops, urged on the other rioters, entered the Capitol Building in at least two locations, and encouraged others to get in as well, says the Federal Bureau of Investigation. According to the affidavit, a video showed her speaking into a bullhorn saying, “We the people are not going to take it any more,” later stating, “You are not going to take away our votes.” Supporters of President Donald Trump raided the Capitol Building on Jan. 6 after POTUS continued to lie at a rally that he actually won the 2020 presidential election by a landslide, and that it was being stolen from him and handed to Joe Biden. “You are not going to take away our votes,” Bisignano said, according to the affidavit. “And our freedom, and I thank God for it. This is 1776, and we the people will never give up. We will never let our...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. The rules for protecting credit during the holidays usually don’t vary much from year to year, but in 2020, COVID-19 has changed where and how we shop. And money’s tight for a lot of people. About 40% of Americans said they plan to spend less on holidays this year due to the pandemic, according to a recent NerdWallet survey. On the other hand, some may be tempted to overspend if mortgage forbearance, loan deferrals or credit card concessions have helped them build savings. But if holiday purchases leave shoppers unable to cover even minimum payments when those other bills resume, their credit will be badly damaged, says Jeff Richardson, senior vice president for marketing and communications at VantageScore, a credit scoring company. Whether you’re being more generous or watching every penny, chances are you’re shopping online. Tom Quinn, vice president of FICO Scores, a credit scoring and data company, warns that consumers may be at higher risk of identity theft this year. It’s all too easy to go for deals we hope are real or...
    Is $920,400 the Magic Retirement Savings Number? Buy This Saleen S7 LM If You Like Your Speed American Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is the Only Animal That Can Give You Coronavirus, Experts Say SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, first infected humans after crossing species lines from an unknown animal. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), scientists speculate that this animal was a bat, because the SARS-CoV-2 genome is closely related to coronaviruses observed in horseshoe bats in China. Whatever it was, until recently, this was the only known incident of an animal infecting a human being with the novel coronavirus. Now, for the first time since that original transmission, we know that one more animal can be infected with COVID, as well as transmit the virus to humans: that animal is the mink. This cross-species transmission was discovered in Denmark, where millions of mink...
    If you’re a spicy food fan, you’re in for some good news. Eating chili peppers may significantly reduce your risk of dying from cancer or cardiovascular disease, according to the preliminary results of international research. Chili peppers contain capsaicin, a chemical compound which gives the fruits their spicy characteristic, according to the American Heart Association. Researchers previously discovered capsaicin’s anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and blood-sugar regulating properties—but they wanted to dig a little deeper. The new research was compiled by experts from institutions such as the CHI Saint Joseph Health, Cleveland Clinic, and the University of Missouri-Kansas School of Medicine. It draws from four large studies of nearly 600,000 people living in the U.S., Iran, Italy, and China. Compared to those who rarely or never eat chili peppers, those who regularly consume the fruit are 26% less likely to die of cardiovascular disease (CVD), according to the analysis. Eating spicy dishes with chili pepper may also reduce your risk of dying from cancer by 23% and all-cause mortality by 25%. Related: 21 Best Healthy Cooking Hacks of All Time “We were...
    Fauci warns Thanksgiving celebrations a risk Americas most successful employee-owned companies Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is the Worst Thing You Can Say When Giving a Gift Every time you give a gift, you hope it's well-received. Of course, that's not always the case, unfortunately. But that may not be because the present itself is a bad one. It's entirely possible you could be ruining the gift you're so excited to give if you accompany it with five words in particular. According to research, the worst thing you can say to someone when giving them a present is, "It will save you money." To find out what you should say instead, read on. And for more words that shouldn't leave your lips, find out The One Word You Should Never Say When Apologizing. The study, published in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research in July, found that people react...
    Lyft calls for building bus, bike lanes in cities This Food Company Was Just Shut Down By the FDA Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is the Rudest Thing You Can Ask Someone, Etiquette Experts Say Even if you consider yourself a polite person, chances are you slip up when it comes to your etiquette from time to time. Whether you accidentally forget to end a request with "please" or inadvertently call someone by the wrong name, it's easy to make the occasional etiquette error here or there. However, there's one incredibly rude question many people ask others on a regular basis without even realize they're causing offense, according to etiquette experts. If you ask someone why they look tired—even if your intentions are good—you're committing a serious faux pas, says etiquette expert Bonnie Tsai, founder of etiquette training program Beyond Etiquette. "You may think you sound like you're...
    There are a couple of questions I ask myself before I spend money on a game. How long is it? Can my PC run it? And if there’s a dog in it, can I pet it? In the case of Humble Bundle’s latest collection of games the answer to the last question is a resounding “Yes!” The store has partnered with the Twitter account “Can You Pet the Dog?” for its latest bundle, which includes a total of eight games which are guaranteed to include a least one virtual dog, ripe for the petting. By now you almost certainly know what the deal is with Humble Bundles, but the standard pay-what-you-want rules apply. You can pay a minimum price of $1 to unlock four of the bundle’s games (Scribblenauts Unlimited , Beyond Eyes, Dog Sled Saga, and Bulb Boy), pay more than the average price (currently $4.75) to add Shenmue I & II, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, and Death’s Gambit. Finally, paying $12 also gets you Blair Witch. Also, in typical Humble Bundle fashion, the store is splitting...
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