The medical term for ice cream headaches is sphenopalatine ganglioneuralgia.
It's been 40 years since we've sent anyone to the Moon, but that doesn't mean people have stopped dreaming about going there—and Lunarcy!, which played the SXSW film festival this week,
Make your own pretty desk accessory.
If you need a pick-me-up or just a few interesting facts to pepper into conversation, these should do the trick.
State symbols are meant to represent the cultural heritage and historic treasures of each of the nation's 50 states.
When I arrived for Libraries: The Ultimate Playground, it was immediately clear that this session would not unfold like your typical SXSW panel.
Throughout the ages, people have hung some pretty weird names on what’s ailed them. Here are the monikers of a few of the more strangely-named illnesses, and how we know them today.
We've all heard the phrase “hair of the dog,” but what about “scale of the snake” or “guts of the wasp”?
In 1896, chemist Arthur Eichengrün brought forth a miracle—a pure acetylsalicylic acid with medical applications.