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In South Korea, There's an Ice Cream That Can Cure a Hangover

Rudie Obias

Who needs Gatorade when there’s the Gyeondyo-bar?

This License Plate Cover Doubles as a Collision Warning System

Rudie Obias

Beep! Beep! Beep!

85-Year-Old Graduate Receives Her Associate Degree

Michele Debczak

A four-year degree is next on her agenda.

Jurors Could One Day Explore Crime Scenes in Virtual Reality

Anna Green

Experiments with virtual reality headsets, green screens, laser scanning and more might one day help jurors piece together evidence.

The 15 Fastest Growing Cities in America

Andrew LaSane

You want to be where the people (and potential jobs) are? Consider moving to one of these burgeoning cities.

Gymnasts Could Soon Be Judged by Lasers

Jake Rossen

High-level athletes may not have to rely on subjective human evaluation for much longer.

10 Festive Facts About ‘Santa Claus Conquers the Martians’

Mark Mancini

An abducted St. Nick spreads holiday cheer all over the Red Planet in this so-bad-it's-good sci-fi comedy from 1964.

South American Earthworms Build Enormous Mounds of Poop

Kate Horowitz

The massive mounds lie across the wetlands like huge green polka dots.

Coming Soon: Black, Coconut Ash-Flavored Ice Cream

Kate Horowitz

Because sometimes a scoop of strawberry is just a little too cheerful.

If You Want Short Work Weeks, Move to These Cities

Shaunacy Ferro

Famously vacation-friendly France tops the list, unsurprisingly.

Ancient Beer Kits Show Chinese Brewers Were Making Beer 5000 Years Ago

Shaunacy Ferro

Funnels, stoves, and other necessities for brewing beer were found in northern China.

14 Darling Facts About Ladybugs

Rosemary Mosco

Did you know that their red color is a warning sign, their babies look like alligators, and they can change the flavor of your wine?

The Missing Links: Why 'Calvin and Hobbes' Was So Great

Colin Patrick

Animal Rescue Group Creates a 3D-Printed Shell for Injured Tortoise

Kirstin Fawcett

Freddy had been badly burnt in a fire, but now has a second lease on life.

Resilience Isn't Innate. Here's How We Can Cultivate It

Jordan Rosenfeld

It's a work in progress.

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