Randoms-Online Dating never more Popular, CDC to Public-Flu far from Over

Well this is a bummer …The Centers for Disease Control just issued a warning that the worst of flu season hasn’t even hit us yet. Doctors at the CDC warn that flu season will peak in the next few weeks. (WFLA)

How did you meet your significant other?A new study found that 40 percent of straight couples met online. And 65 percent of same-sex couples met online. Compare that to 1995 – when only 2 percent of couples met online and online dating in general was looked down on. In 1995, 33 percent of couples met through mutual friends, and 15 percent met through family. In 2017, only 20 percent of couples met through mutual friends and 7 percent met through family. (The Ladders)

Freaking out about phones …According to a new survey, Millennials are more stressed out than ever … about their phones. Two-in-five Millennials say that cracking their phone screen would be more stressful than seeing their car’s “Check Engine” light turn on. And one-in-three Millennials said their phone dying in an unknown place would be more stressful than credit card fraud. (BroBible)

Beware of frozen dinners …While frozen dinners might be convenient, a new study has found that they aren’t the healthiest food to be eating, as they’ve been linked to the risk of early death. Researchers in France found that mortality risk increases with the consumption of “ultra-processed food,” like snacks, desserts and ready-to-eat meals. (WPXI)

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