1. Curry helps improve memory, mood: Study  |  ( upi )
In memory tests, the people taking curcumin improved memory by 28 percent over the 18 months and those with a placebo had no improvement.
2. Melania Trump says she's a 'full-time mom' who refuses to hire a nanny - and it reveals a growing trend with the rich and powerful  |  ( business insider )
Many rich and powerful people seem to avoid addressing the fact that they've hired help with childcare.
3. Budweiser no longer among America's top three beers, according to sales estimates  |  ( fox news )
According to industry sales estimates shared in Beer Marketer’s Insights, Budweiser is no longer among the top three best-selling beers in America, having been overtaken in its third-place spot by Miller Lite.
4. 'Shark Tank' investor Daymond John says any company started in today's market needs a societal good component  |  ( business insider )
"At the end of the year, you don't have to give $5,000" to charity, John told us in a recent interview.
5. Town's plan to ban non-resident drivers looks destined for court  |  ( fox news )
Thousands of New Jersey drivers had the perfect way to shave time off their nightmare commute into the city — until the town they were using for the shortcut applied the brakes.
6. Nobody Is Good at Shower Sex  |  ( gq )
You’re going for a sexy shower, not shower sex.
7. A Review of the Delirious New Diet Coke Flavors  |  ( gq )
Original Diet Coke will be joined on store shelves by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Diet Coke Twisted Mango, Diet Coke Zesty Blood Orange, Diet Coke Feisty Cherry, and Diet Coke Ginger Lime.
8. Women at Yale say they developed a secret way to protect themselves from dangerous men because the school keeps failing them  |  ( business insider )
Women at Yale use "whisper networks" and Google Docs to share information about men they say engaged in sexual harassment or assault.
9. Bud Light might buy free beer for Philadelphia if the Eagles win the Super Bowl  |  ( fox news )
Philadelphia sports fans may have yet another reason to hope their beloved Eagles win the Super Bowl: free beer.
10. The Sundance Film Festival is a Blizzard of Good Coats Photos  |  ( gq )
Toggle ScrollSundance Film Festival is always a nice break from the red carpet awards shows that are stacked up this time of year.
11. Americans are spending more on fitness than some college tuitions, study says  |  ( fox news )
According to a study from sports and nutrition firm My Protein, Americans are now spending more on fitness than college tuition.
12. Party City apologizes, pulls ad calling gluten-free people 'gross'  |  ( fox news )
Party City is apologizing after releasing a Super Bowl-themed ad that caused backlash for offending those with a gluten allergy.
13. Thousands of people are responding to this woman's ultimate ghosting story - because she did the right thing  |  ( business insider )
"From everything I know about you so far, you are ultimate," one user wrote.
14. 'Dunkirk' Composer Hans Zimmer Knows How the World Is Supposed to Sound  |  ( gq )
Music Dunkirk Composer Hans Zimmer Knows How the World Is Supposed to Sound On the heels of his 11th Oscar nomination, legendary composer Hans Zimmer talks about Dunkirk evacuation into a living thing, the secrets of his live tour, and that horn noise from Inception.
15. Weight Room Injuries: How to Avoid the Most Common Overtraining Injuries  |  ( gq )
But what many people don’t understand, says Ryan, is that back pain is often a consequence of immobility somewhere else.
16. Jason Momoa Gets Really, Really Into Beating Jimmy Fallon at Party Games  |  ( gq )
Honestly, it starts off kinda slow, with Fallon winning most of the first hands.
17. Pizza Hut promises free pizza if impressive Super Bowl XLI feat can be beaten  |  ( fox news )
If Hester’s record is broken, Pizza Hut deposit the free-pizza credits into the Hut Rewards members’ accounts.
18. How to Get Rid of Blackheads—4 Simple Tips  |  ( gq )
The color is caused by the exposed comedone, a mass of oil and dead skin, which turns dark when exposed to oxygen (thanks to melanin in the dead skin cells).
19. Taco Bell fans hold vigil to mourn restaurant destroyed in a blaze  |  ( fox news )
MAN TRIES TO ORDER TACO BELL FROM DRIVE-THRU BANK TELLER, GETS ARRESTED FOR DUICustomers who adored their local Taco Bell held a candlelight vigil at the parking lot next door to the beloved establishment.
20. Here Are All the 2018 Oscar Nominations  |  ( gq )
The 2018 Oscar Nominations were announced this morning for what will be the culmination of one of the most irritating and predictable awards seasons in history.
21. A Man Was Arrested for Allegedly Threatening to Open Fire at CNN Headquarters for Being "Fake News"  |  ( gq )
He then called again, saying "I'm smarter than you.
22. Dr. Ruth has interviewed thousands of people about their sex lives - and she says the most common relationship problem hasn't changed since the 1980s  |  ( business insider )
Westheimer said too many people have unreasonably high expectations for their relationship and their sex lives - and that hasn't changed since the 1980s.
23. Empaths and narcissists make a 'toxic' partnership - here's why they're attracted to each other  |  ( business insider )
This is because empaths have a lot of compassion and understanding to give, while narcissists thrive on someone worshipping them.
24. Off-White Made a Timberland Boot You Really Won't Want to Get Dirty  |  ( gq )
Now, you might wonder why anyone would want a work boot in one of most luxurious, stain-vulnerable fabrics known to man.
25. 13 crucial pieces of relationship advice we learned from our parents  |  ( business insider )
Scroll on to discover the 13 pieces of crucial relationship advice we learned from our parents:
26. A Tesla allegedly on Autopilot rams into the back of fire truck  |  ( fox news )
Autopilot requires a driver to periodically touch the steering wheel to prove they are paying attention.
27. Danica Patrick's Daytona 500 ride is kind of retro  |  ( fox news )
Danica Patrick's final NASCAR race is going to look at lot like her early ones.
28. Carb cravings are wired into your brain, study finds  |  ( fox news )
When you start to feel on edge, your brain triggers carb cravings as part of your stress response: Bring on the baked goods.
29. Eastern U.S. cougar declared extinct 80 years after last sighting  |  ( reuters )
(Reuters) - Eastern cougars that once prowled North America from Michigan to South Carolina were officially declared extinct and removed from the U.S. endangered species list on Monday, eight decades after the last confirmed sighting of the wild feline predator.
30. Beijing to launch campaign to root out 'low taste' video games: Xinhua  |  ( reuters )
BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing is starting a special investigation campaign into online video games to root out those with “low taste”, the official Xinhua news agency reported.