“This is one of those things that you didn't know you needed until you got one."
A McDonald’s employee named Drew took to TikTok to reveal just how nasty the fryer situation is.
Megan Garcia, 32, recalled the moment she tackled her arachnophobia after realising 'a wolf spider' had taken her child for its own.
A woman walked away from a salon with her eyes swollen shut after a standard eyelash extension procedure went horribly wrong.
A woman in Sydney, Australia was left with permanent damage after failing to remove her mascara on a nightly basis.
[All Images: Getty]Think of the dirtiest place in your home – your toilet probably comes to mind. However, you’d be better off eating off it than your chopping board or a plate scrubbed with your kitchen sponge.We’ve identified nine places in your home that probably have more bacteria than the loo. Get cleaning!Let us know your thoughts by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
There’s always been something classy about figs; you can find them in daiquiris, scented soaps, and they always taste better on holiday. (Fine - fig rolls aren’t so classy, but you get the picture.)
Dr Erich Voigt has revealed that by poking around your nose you could be introducing some particularly nasty germs to your body. Dr Voigt told Business Insider: “The blood supply to the nose is very vigorous - there are five arteries that lead to the front of the nose (kiesselbach’s plexus).
Because it turns out there is no such thing as a truly waterproof diaper, according to Nicholas Ashbolt, a professor with the School of Public Health at the University of Alberta. The swim diapers and pants only delay leaking for a few minutes, because while they may “hold some solid feces, they are not leak proof,” according to the CDC website. Adults are not likely to intentionally defecate in a public pool, but some are unintentionally adding their fecal matter to the pool.
Hot dogs — both vegetarian and meat-based — were found to contain a lot more than you bargained for in a new report by a food watchdog group. Check the brand you’re buying: A new report found that 10 percent of the vegetarian hot dogs tested contained meat, including chicken in a vegetarian breakfast sausage and pork in a vegetarian hot dog. But that’s not all. Clear Food, a company that genetically tests food products, looked at 345 hot dog samples from 75 brands, including meat-based and meat-free franks. Of those 345 hot dogs, 14.4 percent had some sort of issue, be it a labeling inaccuracy or hygiene problem. Related: Recipes That Prove Vegetarians Get Enough Protein Some dogs were labeled pork-free — important for certain religions — but were found to contain pork after all.