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Save your Valentine’s Day blossoms.

To preserve your Valentine's Day flowers, you need to remove their moisture with a process like air-drying, pressing, or nuking them in the microwave.
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The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 37.

Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are ingenious or clever or ridiculously cheap.
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These ice chunks are fascinating to look at, but can cause serious flooding.

Warm weather, rain, and melting snow can cause havoc on ice-covered rivers.
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The Paralympic Games begin in South Korea on March 9.

After an IED explosion in Afghanistan in 2005, Andy Soule had both legs amputated above the knee.
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Our cars are getting cleaner, but our cleaning products? Not so much.

A new study from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration finds that common household items emit a greater proportion of air pollutants than we thought.
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Some Olympians may be hard-wired to seek out daring stunts.

Some people have a personality trait that helps them focus in highly chaotic environments like the Winter Olympics: a high sensation-seeking personality.
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It’s reviled by city slickers, but revered by chefs.

How the pigeon went from a regular meal to a reviled bird to a foodie's dream.
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Make the most of your smartphone.

Samsung packs its Galaxy devices with useful little bonus features. You can try out these eight tricks to improve your smartphone experience.
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Or: how dairy farmers discovered the importance of food coloring on perceived taste.

Most of us never question why particular cheese have such an unnaturally (or, as it turns out, totally natural) hue. This is the complete answer to the question you…
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The path from wild rabbit to fluffy bunny is much more mysterious than we thought

Legend says rabbits were domesticated in 600 AD, when the Pope said fetal rabbits were fair game to eat during Lent. But a new study says that legend is made up.
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