Lyme disease is named for Lyme, CT, where several cases were identified in 1975.
Look, call me a traditionalist, but when it comes to toothpaste, I want mint. Fresh mint, spearmint, minty-mint; I don't care, but I want mint.
Years of expansion and multiple franchise relocations have made the NHL a much different league than it was just two decades ago.
Hello Kitty may be a little bit of a trend in America, but in Asia, it's a lifestyle.
If you're keeping score at home, September was the second-best month we've ever had.
Where is the house of blood? It could be your house with these home furnishings, most of which are available at the click of a mouse.
Today's Brain Game was inspired by an episode of the original Star Trek that I watched again recently - "The Corbomite Maneuver." It's the one where Captain Kirk and his crew are m
Superman's Powers Explained. Is there anything geekier than coming up with ways to make superheroes possible? Or discussing it at length?
Redwoods: The Supertrees.
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare to have a crush on one or both of the fine young kids in the band Pomplamoose.
"Feel Art Again" is now on
If you've seen the movie based on Stephen King's Pet Sematary Two, you probably remember the horrifying scene at the beginning when the actress is electrocuted on set while her son (Edward F
Reader Susann writes in to ask, "What exactly is the cause of a brain
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Well this just about made my month.
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For today's weird video enjoyment, I bring you this bizarre promotional video for ABB Robotics and Honeytop Pancakes, in which it is revealed that ABB's robots can sort and stack pancakes at