Pregnancy is the most common reason for a missed period, but it isn't the only reason. In this video, SciShow explains a few other reasons you might skip a period.
It's easy to tell your friends to negotiate when they get a job offer. But when it comes to you? There's this nagging little voice that says, "Do not do anything that might ruin this." And while you'd tell your friend to take a deep breath and relax, it's only natural to react like this when it feels like your exciting new position's still on the line.
It's hard to stick to your budget when you travel, especially if you have kids who want souvenirs or gifts that can add up. Instead, consider loading a prepaid card before your trip and giving it to your kids, or using it to cap your own souvenir spending.
Consumer watchdog Choice has sent a "super complaint" to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) about the airline sector which it accuses of dodging myriad consumer laws - especially when it comes to the terms and conditions for online bookings. Here are five ways Aussie airlines currently mislead and rip off customers, as outlined by Choice.
Security researchers now have an excuse to play video games: Nintendo just launched its very own bug bounty program for 3DS handheld consoles. Here are the details.
Elevator Pitch is a regular feature on Lifehacker where we profile startups and new companies and pick their brains for entrepreneurial advice. This week, we're talking with Jason Byrne, founder and CEO of lookfit.
When you buy stuff online, most retailers give you the option to check out as a guest or register with them. The latter can make it more convenient to check out next time, but here's the case for buying as a guest.
Dear Lifehacker, I've been hearing a lot about HDR TVs and how "revolutionary" they are. One so-called expert called it the biggest technological leap since the first colour TV. The thing is, similar things were said about 3D TV and look how that turned out! So my question is, does HDR really matter or is it just another marketing gimmick?
Those $1 IKEA plastic bags at the checkout are near indestructible and great for just about anything, especially if it's heavy or otherwise awkward, but we never thought we'd see a full backpack made from them. Well, SanDiegoMitch bought three, hacked them up and built this super-light carry-all with them.
Australian companies are the slowest in paying overdue bills; the average time for local businesses to pay outstanding invoices is 26.4 days after they are overdue, according to research by MarketInvoice. Based on a new survey by one of the world's largest credit insurers Atradius, it seems that Australian ICT companies are the worst offenders when it comes to late business-to-business (B2B) payments.
Chocolate magic shell is a flawless ice cream topping, but there's nothing wrong with mixing it up. If you're a fan of peanut butter — and who isn't — you can make your own peanut butter magic shell with just two ingredients.
The Android-iOS conflict has been raging ever since both mobile operating systems entered the marketplace. For the most part, Apple has been on the winning side of the debate, both in terms of critical acclaim and sales. Then Google released the Pixel XL.
I've been using Google's flagship smartphone for a few weeks now, and it’s been highlighting the iPhone's glaringly lacking key features. Here are eight ways the Pixel XL trumps Apple's competitor.
Web: Fantasy author Terry Prachett's Discworld series has spanned over 30 years of books and short stories, and there's no way for a newbie to know where to jump in and start. Luckily, All Timelines is a web service that will tell you, along with guides for virtually every other pop culture franchise.
Yesterday, the internet went crazy over a YouTube video depicting a man punching a kangaroo which appeared to have imprisoned his dog in a headlock. The clip was incomplete and suspiciously well framed, which lead many to suspect it had been staged. Now, the full video has surfaced in Full HD - and it looks pretty legit.
Popular video sharing platform DailyMotion has been hacked and millions of usernames, email addresses and hashed passwords of users have been stolen. Around 87 million DailyMotion accounts have been affected and around 85 million of them were linked to unique email addresses. Here's what you need to know.