by AJ Silver
posted Oct 4 2013 3:50PM
According to a new study, the average worker has 14 POUNDS of clutter on their desk at any given time. And we waste an average of one-and-a-half days a year just sifting through it looking for stuff. But 46% of people say being more organized WOULDN'T make them better at their job.
A new survey asked people for the STRANGEST extreme weight loss diets they'd tried. Some of the most common ones are taking LAXATIVES to try to lose weight . . . substituting cabbage soup, cereal, and BABY FOOD for regular food . . . and eating foods to intentionally try to make yourself sick.
According to a new study, getting too MUCH sleep is actually worse for you than getting too LITTLE. Researchers found people who slept more than nine hours a night had a higher risk of heart disease, diabetes, and anxiety. People who slept under SIX hours also had higher risks of those, but not AS high.
A new survey just ranked football fans by how SUPERSTITIOUS they are . . . and clearly, being superstitious WORKS. Baltimore has the most superstitious fans . . . and they won the last years BIG GAME. Minnesota has the LEAST superstitious fans.