A study published this week said women can tell a man's worth by just looking at his face. Not only that, it's been proved that sultry eyes make you appear less faithful and that men with symmetrical faces are better in bed. Think that throwing come-to-bed eyes across the bar will land you a date? Think again.
Eye movement and facial nerve disorders, and their influence on driving
Chinese shoppers adopt facial payments in cashless drive
There's a lot you may be able to tell by someone's face: their emotions, how much sleep they're getting, or even if they're lying. But a new study is claiming that you may also be able to tell how high their sex drive is based off of one facial feature. The study , led by Steven Arnocky of Nipissing University in Canada, involved researchers interviewing heterosexual people in relationships, and then students. They answered questions about their dating pasts and sexual preferences. The study claims that people who have shorter and wider faces tend to have higher sex drives than those of any other facial types studied.
Facial Structure and Achievement Drive: Evidence from Financial Analysts
China's mobile payment infrastructure is one of the most advanced in the world, but the new systems - which require only face recognition - being rolled out nationwide could make even QR codes seem old-fashioned. Customers simply make a purchase by posing in front of point-of-sale POS machines equipped with cameras, after linking an image of their face to a digital payment system or bank account. The software is already widely used, often to monitor citizens - it has been credited with nabbing jaywalkers and catching criminals.
The causes are very varied including CNS diseases, mechanical diseases, myopathies, and axonal diseases. Weakness or complete paralysis of the common ocular motor nerve occur as palpebral ptosis and external lateral deviation of the eye. If the parasympathetic fibers have lost their functional capacity, the pupil movement is affected, with non-reactive mydriasis.