It seems counterintuitive that a hairstyle can give us so much power, and feel confident.
The hair part theory began when John Walter decided to part his hair another way the usual. The hair part theory is parting your hair to the left, he realized the way we see ourselves in the mirror is how others view someone since it is reversed. People like Margret Thatcher started to feel more confident. Many people now have superstitions due to the way their hair is styled.
It seems counterintuitive that we are told to take multivitamins because it’s good for our health yet it may actually be doing the opposite.
It was discovered that multivitamins aren’t effective for preventing sicknesses and diseases. What are we really putting into our bodies? There are now warning labels on vitamins to inform consumers that there is a possibility of health risks. Healthy people shouldn’t be taking multivitamins the way a child with anorexia should be. It is recommended that picky eaters take them as well because they don’t get enough nutrients.
It seems counterintuitive that paper is supposed to be better for our environment but it’s found to have a significant amount of carbon dioxide. Most people prefer paper over plastic because it is less harmful to the environment. If this was talked about more I wonder what people would think.
When trees go through photosynthesis, they hold on to the carbon, even after being cut down. Once the paper decomposes it releases carbon into our air. Some believe since paper degrades too quickly we should find another alternative. Papers and plastics are both harmful to our environment.