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Some of these citrus fruits contain enough vitamin C to save a sailor—but not all of them (USDA/) What's the weirdest thing you learned ..read more
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Alley-oop! (TJ Dragotta via Unsplash/) One of the reasons basketball is so popular in the US (other than Space Jam and the endless supply ..read more
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EV-D68 viral particles seen under a microscope. Researchers think this virus in particular, and one similar, could be at the root cause of ..read more
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The T-7A "Red Hawk." (Boeing/) If you know how to drive a car, chances are you’ve spent some time in a driver’s ed vehicle with a ..read more
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Transcendental meditation has been shown to decrease heart rate. (Indian Yogi (Yogi Madhav) via Unsplash/) There are countless articles ..read more
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Clearly illuminate the drawings and patterns you want to trace. (Amazon/) Copying lines from one sheet to another by backlighting your ..read more
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Seamless Bluetooth connectivity. (Tom Jablonksi via Unsplash/) When you’re searching for the best audio system to rock out with, the ..read more
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Homemade bread at the touch of a button. (Kate Remmer via Unsplash/) Many a wedding gift registry has featured a bread machine that went ..read more
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Trillions of microbes living on and in our bodies, especially our guts, make up our microbiome. Over the past decade or so, research into ..read more
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A fluorescent turtle embryo (Teresa Zgoda & Teresa Kugler/) An ornate magenta and fluorescent sea-foam colored shell conceals the ..read more

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