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December 15, 2009



What Causes Morning Breath?

What causes bad breath and sore throat in the morning?

October 21, 2009


puppies eating

How Dogs Eat

Why do dogs seem to gulp down any and all food put in front of them?

April 3, 2009


Playful cat lying down

That Funny, Deadly Game Cats Play

Before giving an answer, let's think for a second about the kind of thing we can learn even from so commonplace an event.

August 22, 2008



The Cleaning Power Of Soft Drinks!

Learn how soft drinks can help you clean tarnished metal...

October 17, 2007


Nihon-Ama-Gaeru Japanese Tree Frog

How to Heave Your Guts

You've heard the expression "to heave your guts" used to refer to vomiting. In the case of frogs and toads, "heaving your guts" can have a literal connotation.

June 19, 2007


Woman With Questionable Look

An Educated Palate

Has coincidence ever made you sick to your stomach after eating a favorite food?

August 16, 2006


a football next to a bowl of vegetables

To Eat or Exercise?

Here's a common belief about exercise. If you work out in the morning and want to lose more calories, don't eat before exercise.

January 20, 2006



The Creature with the Extra Brain in Its Gut

It would probably make a pretty cheesy horror movie, but the thing is, it's true. In fact, that creature with the extra brain is you.

July 7, 2005


The G-tube

As disturbing as they can sometimes be, sensational news stories have a way of educating us in piecemeal fashion. In the aftermath of the Terry Schiavo case, for example, we are now all more aware of the importance of living wills. We are also more aware of something called a feeding tube. Learn more on this Moment of Science.

March 3, 2005


Crunchy, Indigestible Goodness

We’ve all heard how important fiber is in our diet, but what’s so great about fiber? Learn more on this Moment of Science.

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