A poll of 1,200 dads finds that 19% feel guilty about the amount of time they aren’t “present” with their children, with 17% admitting that working too much does leave them suffering “dad guilt". 63% of fathers say they envy stay-at-home dads, while 38% say they feel guilty about not making enough money to provide for their family in the way they’d like to. 50% of men say their partner handles more of the childcare, with only 10% feeling guilty about it.
A new report by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery finds that more and more men are interested in having a little help when it comes to cosmetic maintenance. 31% of men say they are “extremely likely” to consider some sort of cosmetic procedure, whether surgical or non-surgical. 60% of men say their hairline is their most bothersome area, while skin and eyes are an issue for 44% of guys, 22% had concerns about their chin and neck, and only 19% care about forehead wrinkles.
A poll conducted by consulting firm Life Meets Work finds that 56% of employees say they have toxic workplace leaders. Those leaders have publicly belittled subordinates, are subject to explosive outbursts, and have even taken credit for other employees’ success. More workers with toxic leaders say they want to leave their company (73% vs. 27%), while 70% report having a work/life conflict, as compared to only 27% of those with non-toxic leaders..
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When Demi Moore appeared on “The Tonight Show” recently, she admitted she’s missing two of her front teeth. And when Jimmy Fallon held up a photo showing her missing teeth, she gave a surprising reason as to what happened to them.
According to the actress, she lost her front teeth because of stress. “Stress sheared off my front teeth,” Moore confessed. Which makes us want to know, can that really happen? Can stress cause us to lose our teeth? And the scary answer is yes!
Dentist and professor Mark S. Wolff says it can happen, but it’s not as simple as feeling stressed and having your teeth suddenly fall out. He explains that people can “clench and grind their teeth to an extent that they loosen and the supporting bone is destroyed.”
But he also says it’s not common to lose your two front teeth if you’re getting regular dental exams and cleanings. The dentist checks your teeth for mobility, makes sure your teeth aren’t hitting your dental arch more than they’re supposed to, and makes sure there’s no gum disease, which can speed up bone loss, increasing the chance you could lose a tooth.
So basically, yes, stress can cause you to lose teeth, but seeing your dentist regularly can prevent that from happening. As much as we don’t like going for dental checkups, we like our smiles more and want to keep them.