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11 Revealing Secrets of Dermatologists

Suzanne Raga

They do a lot more than remind you to wear sunscreen—they just might detect brain cancer.

Watch What It's Like to Fight in a Suit of Armor

Anna Green

Paris's Musée national du Moyen Âge collaborated with The University of Geneva to show what it was like to wear 15th century armor.

How a Professor Turned Henry David Thoreau's Retreat Into a Video Game

Stacy Conradt

In short, players will spend their time in Walden Woods just as Thoreau did.

Coffee Tables Create the Illusion of Animals in Water

Alvin Ward

Have coffee while surrounded by duck butts.

Some Common Colds May Have Come From Camels

Anna Green

Camels might be partially to blame for your sniffles.

Morning Cup of Links: Meet Scorpius Malfoy

Miss Cellania

5 Ways We Trick Ourselves Into Bad Financial Habits

Kristin Wong

Despite our good intentions, we overspend, bust our budgets, or derail our debt payoff goals—and we only have ourselves to blame.

The Training Diets of 10 Famous Olympic Athletes

Kirstin Fawcett

Elite sports champions burn so many calories that they need to constantly refuel.

5 Questions: Apples and Oranges

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How Can I Use Credit to Help Me Reach a Goal?

Presented by Chase Slate.

Why Some Concert Halls Sound Better Than Others

Shaunacy Ferro

In some concert halls, the cheap seats might actually give you a more moving philharmonic experience.

11 'Green' Habits (That Aren't Actually Green at All)

Presented by Adam Ruins Everything.

WWI Centennial: The Tide Turns At Verdun

Erik Sass

Erik Sass is covering the events of the war exactly 100 years after they happened. This is the 247th installment in the series.

The SPF Rating on Your Sunscreen Bottle May Be Misleading

Kate Horowitz

Scientists and consumer advocates say sunscreen companies have been inflating their products’ SPF ratings.

Time-Lapse Video Reveals the Process of Coral Bleaching

Kirstin Fawcett

Scientists now know more about the destructive phenomenon.