“Stinky” woman urinates then showers on busy New York subway as amazed passengers look on

“Stinky” woman urinates then showers on busy New York subway as amazed passengers look on. Bizarre footage has emerged of a woman seemingly wetting herself and then taking a shower while travelling on a New York subway.

Revealed: The baby twins whose parents handed out candy on plane to “apologize in advance” to fellow passengers (but after all that they…

Revealed: The baby twins whose parents handed out candy on plane to “apologize in advance” to fellow passengers (but after all that they DIDN”T even cry)Christina Diaz and Michael Rubinstein made gift packages to apologize in advance if their twin boys cried on a cross country flightPassengers thought Ms Diaz was a flight attendant at first, but were extremely appreciative of the gesture Andrew Merritt took an image of the gift bag and posted it on RedditMore than 1million people have viewed the image

Sweet smell of social success: Why aroma is critical to making friends and influencing people

Why having a poor sense of smell increases risk of depression | UPDATED: 15:32 GMT, 22 March 2012 When standing on a hot, cramped train, you may have found yourself wishing you couldn't detect the whiffs of body odour emanating from your fellow passengers.

Cant find your car? Scientists find zap to the brain can improve your sense of direction

Can’t find your car Scientists say zap to the brain can improve your spatial memory I'm sure I left it here: Activating the entorhinal cortex in the brain improves a person's memory Ever gone shopping only to realise you have forgotten where you parked the car Scientists say they are on the verge of creating a treatment that could banish this dilemma.

Loud iPods most common cause of hearing damage (and irritate fellow passengers)

Turn down the volume! Loud iPods overtake noisy workplaces as most common cause of hearing damage Too loud Blocking out train noises with music could be damaging your hearing Millions of commuters risk hearing damage because they have set the volume level too high on their MP3 players. In the past, loud workplaces were blamed for causing the majority of harmful noise