Slices | July 5, 2013
Slices | June 21, 2013
It’s no secret that smoking is really bad for your health, and that secondhand smoke can be just as dangerous. Now researchers have found that exposure to “thirdhand” smoke—the residue and smell left behind in an area that someone has been smoking in—can cause genetic damage to cells in humans. This “genotoxicity” has been linked to diseases, including cancer. To summarize: Simply being in close proximity to a place where cigarettes may have once been, or just watching an episode of Mad Men, is a significant health risk ... Discuss
Slices | May 8, 2012
If you saw this past weekend's episode of Mad Men, you know that one of the pivotal scenes featured a track from The Beatles' Revolver. Apparently, the cost for licensing that single song for the episode was around $250,000 ...
Here's "Tomorrow Never Knows," the track featured on the episode. No, we didn't have to pay that much for it ... Discuss