Amazing animals … According to a study from the University of Cambridge, sheep can recognize human faces from photos. 

         

Have some coffee with your sugar … The holiday season is fast approaching, but if you’re out shopping and are thinking of grabbing a fancy Starbucks drink for an energy boost, you might want to think again … because they are loaded with sugar. A grande Gingerbread Frappuccino with whipped cream clocks in at 69 grams of sugar – which is the same as nearly seven chocolate doughnuts. A venti Eggnog Latte has 56 grams of sugar, with the Toffee Nut Coffee Frappuccino and all the Fudge Hot Chocolate drinks in that ballpark as well. Something to consider when, supposedly, we’re not supposed to consume more than 30 grams of sugar in an entire day. (NY Post)

         

Looking for love? You may want to consider a move to the City by the Bay. WalletHub ranked the best cities for singles looking for their soulmate. Their data was based on factors like the area economy, dating opportunities, nightlife, and fun and recreation. The Top 5: 1) San Francisco, 2) Atlanta,3) Los Angeles, 4) Denver and 5) San Diego. The worst cities for singles wanting to mingle?  South Burlington, Vermont; Brownsville, Texas; Pembroke Pines, Florida; Hialeah, Florida; and Warwick, Rhode Island. (Moneyish)

   

One more reason to get grunty ... A new study from the University of San Francisco found that women who have sex at least once a week tend to have improved genetics that leads them to have longer lives. If you get busy once (or more) a week, the researchers say the sex reverses the damage to the body caused by drinking, smoking and eating junk food. (Insider)

         

This gives a whole new meaning to beefcake … It seems birthday cakes made out of actual meat are really popular in Japan. According to website Kotaku, these meat cakes started appearing a couple years ago and these days are popping up at yakiniku (grilled meat) restaurants all over Japan. (Insider

         

Be careful Netflix bingers … New research reveals that sitting and watching TV for too long can increase the risk of potentially fatal blood clots by up to 70%.  Why? Because when we’re plopped on the couch we don't move our legs much, which can slow blood flow to the point of clotting. So if you’re gonna binge watch an entire season, hit pause every once in a while and go for a walk. (Good Housekeeping