Maria Loreto

Maria Loreto is a contributing writer at The Fresh Toast.

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Siri Is Hinting That She’s Getting A Makeover At WWDC

When asked about Apple's upcoming developer conference, Siri has been strongly hinting at a significant makeover.

Researchers Are Beginning To Understand Why Exercise Is Good For The Heart

Exercise is good for you for tons of different reasons. It relieves stress, keeps our bones and muscles strong, and improves our cardiovascular health.

Ask Science: Should I Work Out When I’m Feeling Sick?

It's hard to think of something that can't be made better with the help of a good work out. Cramps, headaches and body pains are just a few of the issues that exercise can fix, or at least provide a good amount of relief

USPS Is Launching Scratch-And-Sniff Ice Cream Stamps This Summer

This scratch-and-sniff ice cream stamp collection is called "Frozen Treats Forever," so be sure to keep them away from children who'll want to eat them.

How Instagram’s New Mute Button Can Save Your Sanity

Instagram has created a mute button that allows you to avoid a user's posts without them knowing a thing about it.

This Man Had Sex With Vegetables And This Is What Happened

Charles Robert Ransier, from Texas, has had a couple of tough encounters with the law throughout his life.

Google Publishes The Royal Wedding’s Most-Googled Questions

Royal weddings are mystical and alluring. They captivate many, forcing them out of their beds at criminally early hours to experience the whole event live.

Into Psellismophilia? 11 Sexual Fetishes You Didn’t Even Know Existed

Paraphilia is a fancy word for sexual fetishes, which can range from harmless yet strange behaviors to the more disturbing and famous deviations.

Facebook’s ‘Youth Portal’ Is Supposed To Appeal To Teens

Because Facebook's got as much tact as a cactus, they've decided to appeal to teens by creating a "Youth Portal" which is just as cringe-worthy as that sounds.

Twitter Is Testing Out An Encrypted Messaging Feature

Most social media apps have their own version of messaging and Twitter is planning on expanding their own, making it safer and more comfortable to use.