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Americans Love Tipping, Study Finds

Anna Green

A full 29 percent of 18- to 34-year-olds believed that tipping was an “outdated” practice, but only 13 percent of 50- to 64-year-olds felt the same way.

Wear Deodorant? You Have More Armpit Bacteria Than Antiperspirant Users

Kate Horowitz

It's not necessarily a bad thing.

3D GIF Shows How the Human Brain Folds During Development

Andrew LaSane

They say the 3D gel model mimics what happens as the fetal human brain expands.

This Baby Nessie Tea Infuser Makes Tea Time Adorable

Rebecca OConnell

This tea infuser transforms your mug into a miniature Loch Ness.

8 Quirky Locations Dedicated to UFO Sightings

Rebecca OConnell

Texas has an alien pilot grave.

The Surprisingly Simple Way to Be More Successful—and Stay Happy

Kirstin Fawcett

The trick lies in your breathing.

Students Create Virtual Reality Tour of Shakespeare’s London

Anna Green

A group of students at Florida International University have created an immersive virtual reality experience that lets guests travel back to 16th century London and watch part of 'Henry V' a

14 Fun Science-Themed Valentines

Miss Cellania

These valentines show that scientists and science nerds have a sense of humor.

Humans Use 'BoarCurling' to Rescue Wild Boars From Slippery Frozen Lake

Shaunacy Ferro

And you thought curling was boring.

Watch an Entire Earth Day Pass By in 12 (Breathtaking) Seconds

Shaunacy Ferro

See every sunrise and sunset in the blink of an eye.

The American Library Association is Reissuing David Bowie’s Iconic ‘READ’ Poster

Anna Green

In addition to being a beloved musician, artist, and actor, David Bowie was also an avid reader.

8 "Fake It ‘Til You Make It" Strategies Backed by Science

Amanda McCorquodale

Fool your mind, and the rest will follow.

A Vertical Cemetery for Cities Running Out of Room for Their Dead

Shaunacy Ferro

The world doesn't have room for sprawling, grassy graveyards anymore.

The Playing Cards That Help Solve Cold-Case Crimes

Shaunacy Ferro

In 2007, a game of Go Fish helped solve a three-year-old murder case.

Vultures With Cameras Highlight Lima's Growing Trash Problem

Kirstin Fawcett

Because Lima has only four landfills for 10 million people, one-fifth of its waste ends up in illegal dumps.