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As a New Yorker I am always deterred from living in the city due to its ludicrous rent prices. I am baffled tat New York does not make the #1 spot for expensive rent, its even more shocking that its not in the top 10.
Instead, the highest rents are found in San Francisco, California, where a two-bedroom apartment costs an average of $1,905 a month. San Francisco is deterred from building new buildings due to strict zoning laws. The social media boom has created jobs that pay well above 90k, in fact San Francisco families make an average of $93,400 a year and explains why housing is so expensive and the demand to live there. TheIncome to Rent Ratio is below 30% explaining the market and high prices.
The Top 10 Most Expensive Rent Cities: Based on a 2 Bedroom Apartment
Source: Daily Mail
Chewing gum is delicious, helps with your breath, and now can help you do better in the classroom.
Scientists from the University of Northumbria, in Newcastle upon Tyne discovered that chewing gum improves memory recognition by 35%.
The scientists have come up with two theories as to why chewing gum helps in memory recognition
There is also a clever trick when it comes to chewing gum.
What can you do if you don’t have gum? Imaginary gum:
Another study that involved three test groups found that gum does help your memory recognition and pretending to chew gum works to a certain degree. The test subject with the gum scored highest on the tests, the subjects who pretended to chew gum scored better than the students who didn’t chew/pretend to chew at all. Their hypothesis also came down to heart rate. The Gum chewing group had a heart beat of 3x more than the students who didn’t chew gum. While the gum chewing group only had a heartbeat of 1.5x more than the students who pretended to chew gum.