The first Girl Scout Cookies, introduced in 1917, were baked fresh by the Scouts and sold door to door.
Some snake-related urban legends aren't too far removed from reality. Others are off by a mile.
Well, "slow" is a relative term.
Hot dogs: You're doing it wrong.
The molecule makes cells think they’ve run out of energy, helping obese mice lose weight without actually hitting the treadmill (or hamster wheel, as the case may be).
#2: It was based on a Rand McNally road atlas.
In one new study, subjects who knew they were taking a placebo still reported feeling pain relief.
The cartoon character turns 75 years old this week.
A handy visualization to help you understand just how empty parts of the U.S. really are.
Haunting waterworlds that got in the way of progress.
In Lanzarote, El Diablo restaurant is using geothermal heat from a volcano as a grill.
Say it ain’t so: Most cosmetics ads contain “outright lies,” according to researchers. So much for that miracle cream.
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