This is a real dilemma. Smarter verses Uglier?
After more than 20 years of research, british scientists from the University of Reading have come to the conclusion that people who use dental floss at least once a day may have a chance of increasing their IQ by 1.23 a year, in average. Unfortunately, this coincides with faster development of facial wrinkles, especially if floss is used more than twice a day. “It is very fascinating”, — says the head of the research, Dr Francis Patel. — “We are still looking into it, trying to find explanation and genetical reasons. There is no doubt that this discovery will change the routine of millions of people in the nearest future”.