Some online resources are suggesting that fidget spinners help with concentration and can improve one’s ability to learn new things. Is it truth? Or just marketing claims?
Fashion brands are now actively working on attracting more of the millennial audience. As we all know, the most popular trends within the females of this age group are: social media, sustainability, ethics and feminism.
Ethical consumerism is a type of consumer behaviour that is based on the concept of favouring ethical products and/or companies.
We’ve looked at the ingredient lists of some of the skincare products, that Marie Claire magazine has called life changing. Let’s see, if there is any scientific evidence of the claim.
In average, we tend to forget around 80% of the new information learned in any given day. Hence, the majority of the Wikipedia, science forum or news portal audience tend to experience something called Information obesity.
We are still living in the age when social media and fashion industry are imposing certain beauty standard.
Outstanding macro-history book Sapiens, by Yuval Noah Harari, surveys the development of the humankind and the reasons behind its each major milestone, starting with as long as seventy thousands years ago up till present.