The 800 or so compounds that make meat taste so delicious are hard to replicate in the lab, though scientists won't stop trying.
Science offers some simple suggestions for teaching kids to feel more grateful.
The low rates of sunscreen use likely mean the high rates of the most common cancer -- melanoma -- won't be dropping soon. Continue reading →
You know the drill: You make your New Year's resolutions and THIS time you're actually going to stick to them! Flash forward one week, if you're lucky, and those resolutions have gone down the drain. Catie Wayne is here to help make that not happen!
It's that time again, when we chase out the old year by popping champagne and welcoming the new. But how did we decide that "bubbly" things were fun to drink? Trace tracks down the answer.
Each year people worldwide buy pre-cut, or cut down themselves, a Christmas tree. To the tune of about 33 million trees in the United States alone. Does all of this tree lopping hurt the environment? We sort through the stats to find an answer.
There's more to mistletoe than an excuse for something to smooch under. Amy has more about what it is, how it got its name, and whether or not you should try to eat it.
Science has trained its steely eyes on our gift-giving skills and finds them lacking. Even when we know people well, it seems we're still doing it wrong when it comes to buying them the right stuff.
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