As much as we say it's not about the clothes, it's still about the clothes.
- A new study from Princeton University shows that perception of competence is linked to dress.
- Researchers discovered the same results over nine separate studies: men that dress better are viewed as more competent.
- Even when told clothing is not a measure of competence, judges ruled in favor of the better-dressed men.
Embracing signs of age might be the road to a longer life after all.
- New research found that hair dyes and chemical straighteners might significantly increase the risk of breast cancer.
- According to the study, black women who used permanent dyes at least every 5-8 weeks raised their risk of developing cancer by 60 percent.
- This isn't the first time beauty products have been found to contain cancerous chemicals.
He says his company would survive even if Instagram disappeared tomorrow.
- Los Angeles truck, CVT Soft Serve, charges people asking for free ice cream $8 for per cone instead of $4.
- The truck's founder, Joe Nicchi, highlights the message in the hashtag, #WeLoveMostOfOurCustomers.
- Nicchi does not appreciate "influencers" asking for free food when he has a business to run.
The U.S. law regulating the cosmetics industry was passed in 1938, and it hasn't been significantly updated since.
Religion does not have a monopoly on meaning.
- Meaning is a relative term, though some religious sects claim to have a stronghold on a definition.
- While meaning is possible through doctrine, there are other ways to find meaning in life.
- The story of activist and model, Halima Aden, highlights how meaning can come from many angles.