WHAT WE LEARNED THIS MONTH
EATING BOGIES IS GOOD FOR YOU
According to research at Harvard University, nasal mucus is full of friendly bacteria that can boost your immune system when consumed. Ew.
FACE-TO-FACE REQUESTS ARE 34 TIMES FOR SUCCESSFUL THAN EMAIL ONES
If you want something doing, request it in person, say psychologists at the University of Western Ontario. The effect is thought to be due to the non-verbal clues conveyed when speaking face-to-face.
BEAUTY SLEEP REALLY DOES EXIST
The sleep- deprived are deemed to be less attractive and less healthy than the well rested, a team at Stockholm University has found.
HARDLY ANYBODY WILL OWN THEIR OWN CAR IN 2030
The advent of self- driving electric vehicles will see privately owned cars making up just 5 per cent of all traffic, a team at California think tank RethinkX has estimated.