Men and women may respond differently to danger, a brain scan study suggests.
A six-week, $485 primer focuses on the history, the horticulture and the legal how-to’s of Michigan’s new medical marijuana program. Smoke up!
According to estimates from researchers at the University of Chicago, the total number of Americans with diabetes will double in the next 25 years, from the current 23.7 million to some 44.1 million in 2034.
The presenters of Top Gear, among the finer specimens of British television talent (Dr.
Gregory House being another), were this past week engaged in
Thanksgiving Leftovers Sandwich: Leftover turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, corn, cranberry sauce, mac & cheese, spinach balls, puerto rican rice, brussel sprouts, pearl onions, BACON, white castle hamburgers and ravioli inside a foot long bun.
This advertisement for Camel cigarettes appeared in the November 23, 1936 edition of LIFE magazine.
It earnestly demands that you smoke a Camel after each course of Thanksgiving dinner — "for digestion’s sake."
If you’re like me, and you have trouble keeping friendly frontal hugs from turning into full-on depraved bonefests, you’ll appreciate the advice of these side-hug-advocating, Jesus-loving white rappers.
The video is priceless.
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To celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Channel Tunnel, former F1 champion John Surtees has become the first person to drive a private car from Folkestone to Coquelle.
Seen on a car window in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco!
National Geographic’s International Photography Contest attracts thousands of entries from photographers of all skill levels around the world every year.
While this year’s entry deadline has passed, there is still time to view and vote for your favorites in the Viewer’s Choice competition.
A video shot from a streetcar traveling down Market Street in San Francisco in 1905 before the earthquake/fire of 1906 destroyed the area.
… a lot shorter than you would think.
In a "they got paid to do this?" kind of study, researchers have figured out that the optimum amount of time for sexual intercourse is three to 13 minutes — not counting foreplay.
If you experience impotence, instead of a little blue pill maybe you want to apply shockwaves to your privates instead.
Experiments now suggest directing shockwaves at penises can help treat erectile dysfunction.
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WASHINGTON ” More than 2.1 million drop-side cribs by Stork Craft Manufacturing are being recalled, the biggest crib recall in U.S history, following reports of four infant suffocations.
New guidelines to protect whisky from foreign imitation, including new rules on labelling and bottling, are coming into force in Scotland on Monday.
The Abu Dhabi police department took the wraps of its latest cruiser on Monday at the F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ” a 2010 Nissan GT-R carrying a price tag of over $83,000.
Not everyone can be trusted with a spoon (think asylums and prisons), so a company that develops paper container lids has developed a biodegradable, safe spoon. While its safe paper design ensures your dining partner won’t be able to shank you with it, it’s shape, complete with a tip labeled ‘Eat’, suggests a shank of a different sort.
The surgeons of tomorrow will include tiny robots that enter our bodies and do their work from the inside, with no need to open patients up or knock them out.
While nanobots that swim through the blood are still in the realm of fantasy, several groups are developing devices a few millimetres in size.
It might take balls to eat them, but deep fried bull testicles have a niche market in parts of Montana.
This north-western US state even hosts its own Testicle Festival every year.
The research team describes the study as the first to show that cigarettes themselves could be the direct source of exposure to a wide array of potentially pathogenic microbes among smokers and other people exposed to secondhand smoke.