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COUPLES Tom Hiddleston can't escape Taylor
Swift questions and he's not happy about it
Published March 07, 2017 FoxNews.com
Tom Hiddleston can't seem to shake off those pesky Taylor Swift
The British actor, who dated the pop superstar for three months
in 2016, seems to be tiring of the questions about their
In an interview with The Telegraph published Monday, the actor
appeared annoyed when asked if he regretted the media storm
their fling set off.
"What should I regret, in your mind? I would rather not talk
about this if that’s all right," he said testily.
Hiddleston didn't react any better when Today's Savannah Guthrie
asked him about Swift.
He let out a heavy sigh before taking a lot pause.
"Well, um...Yeah. It's...You know, I make a clear distinction
between my work, which I absolutely dedicate myself to, which is
for the public. I really believe in that relationship between an
actor and the audience, and...you can't call yourself an actor
without the public."
NUTRITION AND FITNESS You really can sleep your way to the top,
Published March 07, 2017 FoxNews.com
Having an active sex life won’t only improve your relationship
and personal happiness — it may also benefit your career, new
The study, published Tuesday in the Journal of Management, drew
a link between healthy sexual activity at home, and employees’
job satisfaction and engagement at the office. The findings
support previous research that shows having sex leads to
hormonal changes that boost our overall happiness and activate
reward centers of the brain.
"Maintaining a healthy relationship that includes a healthy sex
life will help employees stay happy and engaged in their work,
which benefits the employees and the organizations they work
for,” Keith Leavitt, an associate professor in Oregon State
University’s college of business, and an expert in
organizational behavior and management, said in a news release.
Leavitt and his team followed about 160 married couples for two
weeks and surveyed them twice each day. They found participants
who were more sexually active at home reported being happier the
next day at work — and, in turn, were more productive and
satisfied in their jobs.
The effects of sexual intercourse applied to men and women, and
appeared to last 24 hours, according to the release. Those
observations held true even when researchers accounted for sleep
quality and marital satisfaction, which other studies have also
shown can have an impact on mood.
Not taking your work home with you can also lead to an improved
sex life, Leavitt’s team found.
"Technology offers a temptation to stay plugged in, but it's
probably better to unplug if you can," Leavitt said in the
If the study’s findings are any indication, doing so can lead to
more sex at home and more success at work.
"This is a reminder that sex has social, emotional and
physiological benefits, and it's important to make it a
priority,” Leavitt said in the release. “Just make time for it.”
How safe are swimming pools on mega cruise
By Eileen Ogintz Published March 07, 2017 FoxNews.com
What you need to know before booking a cruise
If you’re at the pool with your kids on a cruise ship and think
a professional lifeguard is watching them while you turn your
back to share a quick Facebook post, think again. You’ve got to
watch them every minute.
“Get in the water with them,” says B.J. Fisher, health and
safety director of the American Lifeguard Association. The
common wisdom: Be no more than an arm’s length away,
particularly when you are with young children or novice
Spring break is one of the most popular times for family
cruising, and it’s not uncommon for megaships to have more than
1,000 kids on board. But despite the numerous aquatic features
on many mega liners, there are no lifeguards on most ships.
That's because there’s no industry standard for water safety on
Each cruise line has its own water safety initiatives-- if it
has any at all.
Since 2013, there have been 17 drownings or near drownings on
cruise ships, according to Jim Walker, a Miami attorney who
specializes in maritime law and oversees the website
CruiseLawNews.com. At least 10 of these instances resulted in
the death of a child under the age of 11, says Walker, and two
resulted in serious brain injury that spurred legal action from
the families involved.
The most recent occurred last summer, when an 8-year-old boy
drowned on a Royal Caribbean ship as it left New York City for
Currently ,there is no industry wide standard for reporting or
keeping track of these cases. If there is a death, Walker said,
there is no requirement to notify the Coast Gard or local
police. Most cruise lines are required to notify the flag state,
often Panama or the Bahamas, where the ship is registered.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s data on
drownings comes from death certificates and, in the cases of
near-drownings, from emergency departments — not from a
government agency’s incident reports, a CDC spokesman said. So
the CDC has no way of knowing if a drowning or near-drowning
occurred during vacation or on a cruise ship.
These incidents are exceedingly rare — more than a million kids
cruise every year — but it’s easy to get distracted and lose
sight of your child in a crowded pool or at the beach on a
cruise line’s private island. And drowning is fast and silent.
About 10 people — including two children — drown on an average
day, according to the CDC, and some of them know how to swim,
according to the American Red Cross.
More than 600 children under 15 drowned in 2015, and for each
one who died, five others were treated in emergency departments.
Non-fatal injuries can cause long-term disabilities.
This month, Royal Caribbean International began what may be the
largest cruise water safety program ever: a fleet-wide rollout
that includes lifeguards and Coast Guard-approved life jackets
for kids as well as voluntary water safety sessions as part of
the regular programming for its Adventure Ocean kids and teen
clubs. There still are no lifeguards at the cruise line’s
private Caribbean island.
Attitudes about whether lifeguards are needed on cruise ships
are starting to change, according to Cruise Critic. According to
a poll on Cruise Critic’s home page, 34 percent of cruisers
think ships should have lifeguards — a 10 percent increase over
the past four years, says Colleen McDaniel, the website’s senior
At the same time, cruise lines that cater to families with ever
larger water slides and water play areas, including some for
toddlers, have quietly been adding water safety initiatives.
Besides Royal Caribbean:
— Norwegian Cruise Line stations crew members trained in water
rescue and lifesaving procedures to monitor the family pools on
its largest ships with Aqua Parks and water play areas. But they
aren’t lifeguards, said Norwegian spokeswoman [SB1] Vanessa
Picariello. Norwegian has lifeguards at its private islands.
-- Carnival Cruise Line ships have Coast Guard-approved life
jackets on board, but no lifeguards. Carnival’s sister brand,
Holland America, has lifeguards on its private island, which
-- Disney Cruise Line has had lifeguards and life jackets aboard
its ships since 2013, and there are lifeguards at its private
island. The action to introduce lifeguards came after a
4-year-old boy was left brain damaged and permanently disabled
in May 2013 after a near-drowning aboard the Disney Fantasy.
But even if there are lifeguards, their job is to enforce rules
and respond in an emergency — not to baby sit your kids, Fisher
said. And don’t rely on blow-up “floaties” to keep them safe,
the American Academy of Pediatrics warns.
A key component of the American Red Cross’ Circle of Drowning
Prevention is to have adults designate a “watcher” who does
nothing but monitor the kids in the water for a set amount of
time. The “Circle” also includes teaching kids to swim, and it
insists that inexperienced young swimmers should wear U.S. Coast
Guard-approved life jackets. Older kids should always swim with
a buddy, and parents should learn CPR, the experts say. In the
time it takes for paramedics or trained rescuers to arrive, you
could save a life.
Before you book you’re next cruise vacation, water safety
experts advocate visiting redcross.org/takeaclass to find swim
programs in your area, and download the free American Red Cross
Swim App with kid-friendly games, videos and quizzes to learn
about best practices for fun and safe pooltime play.
Eileen Ogintz is the creator of the syndicated column and
website Taking the Kids. She is also the author of the ten-book
Kid’s Guide series to major American cities and the Great Smoky
Mountains. The third-edition of the Kid’s Guide to NYC has just