Whether it's toys, loose blankets, pillows or quilts -- too many cribs today contain hazards for infants, who are at risk of either accidental suffocation or sudden infant death syndrome. Catie reviews the study and has tips on proper infant bedding.
An airline recently changed the flight number of plane that a psychic claimed was doomed -- here's why.
Signaling device rises 150 feet in the air and stays aloft for a week. Continue reading →
Ah, crash test dummies, those brave proto-humans that take all manner of abuse just to make their human counterparts safer on the road. With American obesity at historic levels, there is a new dummy on the way, one modeled on the heavier set.
A list of what not to worry about and what to watch out for.
Scary, mysterious clowns have been spotted stalking two California towns. And it's not the first time. Continue reading →
Science puts one in the "win" column for women, with the news that they're better behind the wheel than their speeding, reckless male counterparts. Tara Long has the details.
Trace breaks down how a microwave keeps our popcorn 'a-poppin' and also delivers the skinny on whether or not standing near one will give us cancer.
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