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If the creator of the electric slide had his way, we'd all be sued for doing the dance wrong. [Read More]
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Americans are deprived of sleep. And it's becoming a public health crisis. Could the military really help out? [Read More]
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It's also known as "maternity tourism," and defined as travel to the U.S. for the purpose of having a child on American soil. [Read More]
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Turmeric is having a moment right now as the spice du jour for promoting wellness and treating all kinds of conditions from arthritis to depression... [Read More]
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New research suggests modern humans owe some of our genetic resistance against RNA viruses to Neanderthal ancestors. [Read More]
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Sir Michael Atiyah says he has proven the Riemann Hypothesis, one of the long-unsolved problems in mathematics. [Read More]
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Airlines keep cramming in more and more seats, making flying nearly unbearable for some. But does that also make it unsafe? [Read More]
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The old saw about cats being good catchers of rats was finally put to scientific study — and the results were pretty sad. [Read More]
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Many factors are to blame for the increase. The question is what can be done to stop it? [Read More]
After 2035 it will be extremely unlikely we can stop Earth's temperature from rising enough to kick off a dangerous medley of global disasters. [Read More]
Not everything is enhanced by being kept in your refrigerator. These five foods definitely do better outside it — here's why. [Read More]
HowStuffWorks interviews Dr. Mathew Pombo a Orthopedic Sports Medicine Surgeon at Emory about how 3d printing is used to help people walk... [Read More]
Something very strange is afoot above the frozen landscape of Antarctica. [Read More]
The sculptor created new faces for soldiers badly injured in WWI, giving them the chance to live normal lives. [Read More]
Brett Kavanaugh's nomination certainly isn't the worst the U.S. has seen. Anybody remember Harriet Miers? [Read More]
One out of every six American women has been the victim of an attempted or completed rape, and many are afraid to or don't know... [Read More]
It's a natural phenomenon known as a 'squirrel king.' But what's the deal and why do squirrels get tangled up? [Read More]
Louisiana has the dubious honor of being the U.S. state with the biggest bullying problem. [Read More]
We've relied on synthetic chemical pesticides for far too long — and they haven't been doing us any favors. [Read More]
This stellar noodle is the strongest material in the cosmos! [Read More]
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