Four weeks ago, Lavinia Kelly stopped for a snack on her way home from work—she drizzled nacho cheese on some Doritos. Now she's in the hospital, bedridden and on a ventilator, using tape to hold her eyelids open. Kelly, 33, has one of five confirmed cases of botulism picked up from Valley Oak Food and Fuel gas station in Sacramento, CA, according to the Sacramento Bee; there are three other probable cases and one suspected case—all nine patients are currently hospitalized. The suspected culprit?
When you hop under the covers each night, there's only one person cozying up next to you. But mentally you may be bringing some outsiders into bed, and it's probably not doing your marriage any favors. If you feel the space between you and your partner growing, it may be time to ask yourself if your other relationships are to blame. Here are 6 that may be interfering with your marriage—and how to handle them.
You probably don't think much about your peripheral vision, but you're constantly using it. Whether you're driving on a busy highway or walking on a busy sidewalk, the ability to see something "out of the corner of your eye" is crucial. But that ability actually varies a lot from person to person, and some of us are actually better at seeing "out of the top of your eye" instead, according to a small March 2017 study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.