What to do with used pillows?

All of us spend around one-third of our lives asleep, so it can be tough to get rid of a trusty sleep aid. But when the time comes, you’ll know. Whether you’re starting to wake up with neck pain or your pillow has changed colors from all the use, eventually, you’ll come to realize that an old pillow’s days are numbered. But what do you actually do with old pillows when you acquire new ones? If possible, it’s best to refrain from tossing pillows in the trash because they end up in landfills, which are detrimental to our environment. Fortunately, there are many environmentally friendly ways to get rid of your pillows by repurposing, donating, and recycling them.


Did you know? A weird fact about the human body is that whenever we eat something, the esophagus acts like a giant wave, which is known as peristalsis.


 Sugar causes hyperactivity in children.

Numerous scientific studies have tried and failed to find any evidence that supports this off-the-wall notion.

The myth probably emerged in 1974, when Dr. William Crook wrote a letter to the American Academy of Pediatrics, which published it. “Only in the past three years have I become aware that sugar is a leading cause of hyperactivity,” the letter stated.