Alligators, Lip Gloss and Sex in Space: What I Learned From Magazines This Week

Elephants having tea party
Elephants having tea party

According to both Russian and American space authorities, nobody has ever had sex in space.
(Popular Mechanics, February 2016)

Wealthy people don't watch a lot of TV.
(Money, March 2016)

The more sleep you get each night, the lower your annual medical costs.
(Money, March 2016)

Couples who play music in their house have twice as much sex.
(Time, February 22, 2016)

Strangers approach designer Tom Ford in supermarkets to ask if they're wearing the right shade of lip gloss.
(Time, February 22, 2016)

There's a Dutch company that trains eagles that hunt down illegal civilian drones.
(Time, February 15, 2016)

Both elephants and naked mole rats are immune to cancer.
(Time, February 22, 2016)

Ninety-two percent of American children have an on-line presence before they're two.
(Time, February 22, 2016)

David Bowie used to carry a Greek-language newspaper when he walked around Manhattan so people would think he was just some Greek guy who looked like David Bowie.
(Rolling Stone, February 11, 2016)

We've cured Alzheimer's in mice many times.
(Time, February 22, 2016)

A Florida man was recently arrested for throwing a live alligator through a Wendy's drive-through window.
(Time, February 22, 2016)

Mick Jagger's favorite David Bowie song? "Let's Dance."
(Rolling Stone, February 11, 2016)