The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn.
Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor is a neuroanatomist (or "brain scientist") from Indiana. In 1996 she experienced a major stroke, out of the blue, at age 37.
Considering the film Wedding Crashers came out way back in 2005 it is somewhat shocking that the world’s first wedding crashing app is only now about to hit the market.
If Crash Corsage is successf
Today's Think Thursday challenge might be more difficult than most... I'm sure we'll find out soon from the comments.
The 10 Cheesiest Movie Moments of 2011.
There are some seriously addicted West Wing fans out there, and they’ve taken their fandom to a whole new level: they’re tweeting as characters from the show.
Sure, we’ve wowed you with medical oddities, but why should abnormal bodies get all the attention? The truth about the normal human body can be stranger than fiction.
This March will mark thirty years since the premiere of the brilliant short-lived series Police Squad.
Someone recently played "jute" on me with devastating results. I decided I didn't know enough quick, hard-hitting 'J' words. Here are 11 that I just discovered:
Most teachers use the typical associations to teach the alphabet: A is for apple, B is for bear, C is for cat, and so on.
Who doesn't love a good vanity plate?
If you're planning a trip to Antarctica, here are some things you should know.
1. Nobody owns Antarctica.
• Grapefruit, like all citrus fruit, is a Hesperidum: a large modified berry with a thick rind.
People are understandably squeamish about public restrooms.
Sometimes there is more to a dinner plate than meets the eye. In some cases, what looks like a regular meal is actually a cake with some clever, camouflaging decoration.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is ridiculously distinguished: the man holds at least fourteen honorary doctorates, not to mention his real doctorate in astrophysics.