Harry Styles has apparently gone sex-mad as he is reportedly inviting up to a dozen girls a night to his hotel room on One Direction ‘s wild UK tour.
The famous band’s other member Niall Horan told a pal that the 19-year-old singer is just unbeatable and he has lost count of all the girls Styles has pulled on this tour, the Daily Star reported.
Another source close to the band said Styles, who dated Taylor swift some time ago, is completely out of control and brazen about it.
The insider further added that he seems to have at least three or four girls in his room every night and when he spots a girl he likes at a gig or when he’s out and about, he goes right up to her and invites her to his hotel.
He stunned fans last week by giving his number to a girl and inviting her back to his hotel room.
Why lipstick makes women look younger
New York: A dash of red lipstick makes women look younger because it increases facial contrast, says expert behind a new study.
Facial contrast is a major psychological cue for youth and could be attained by making lips bright and cheeks rosy, claimed the experts.
According to the researchers, aspects of facial contrast — the contrast between facial features and the surrounding skin — decreased with age in a large sample of adult Caucasian females, New York Daily News reported. ANI
Needle-free vaccine against ear infections
Washington: A needle-free vaccine for ear infections being developed by a team of researchers at Nationwide Children’s Hospital could help reduce use of antibiotics, the researchers said.
The vaccine won’t be delivered by a needle jab, but absorbed through the skin via a small, dime-sized patch.
“For a child, a non-needle vaccine has obvious benefits, but our research also shows that delivering the therapy through the skin sets off beneficial immune responses we might not see otherwise,” said Laura Novotny of Nationwide Children’s Hospital. ANI
Unhealthy eating can worsen your mood: study
Washington: Indulging in unhealthy eating behaviours can worsen the mood, especially in women who are concerned about their diet and self-image, says a new study.
Researchers from the Penn State University found that college-age women who were concerned about their eating behaviours reported that their moods worsened after bouts of disordered eating.
“There was little in the way of mood changes right before the unhealthy eating behaviours. However, negative mood was significantly higher after these behaviours,” said researcher Kristin Heron. PTI