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There's Now a Better Way to Buy Wine on eBay

Andrew LaSane

The ecommerce giant has partnered with Drync to launch a wine marketplace.

You Can Now Play 'Minecraft' in Virtual Reality

Michele Debczak

The game's pixelated world is about to feel a lot more believable.

See a Solar Flare in Glorious 4K Resolution

Andrew LaSane

See the flash that caused radio blackouts here on Earth.

The Stories Behind 10 Famous Typefaces and Where They're Used

Claire Cock-Starkey

Many commonly used typefaces have histories richer than their designs convey.

The Missing Links: Beautiful and Delicious Food From Around the World

Colin Patrick

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Biking May Increase Life Expectancy, Study Finds

Anna Green

Every additional hour of biking correlated to approximately one hour added to a person’s life expectancy.

Just One Minute of Intense Exercise May Improve Your Fitness Levels

Kirstin Fawcett

Too busy to work out? Consider interval training.

5 Ways to Handle Depression in the Workplace

Cara Newlon

If you suffer from depression, you're not alone: Around 18.8 million American adults have suffered from a depressive illness. Here's how to make things work at work.

A Bumpy History of the Baby on Board Sign

Jake Rossen

The man who sold millions of the distinctive yellow signs had no kids of his own.

Infographic: How to Navigate International Bathrooms

Shaunacy Ferro

A guide to pooping around the world.

The Best Amazon Deals We Could Find Today, April 28

Smart Shopping Team

As a recurring feature, our team combs the Web and shares some amazing Amazon deals we’ve turned up. Here’s what caught our eye today, April 28.

An Interactive Guide to Global Shipping

Shaunacy Ferro

See how the products you buy get from international manufacturers to your local store.

8 Curly Facts About Cornish Rex Cats

Kirstin Fawcett

Imagine if a Whippet turned into a cat—and, along the way, it decided to get a perm.

Your Unique Brain Print Might Be the Future of Data Security

Jordan Rosenfeld

Your brain reacts and responds to stimuli so uniquely to you that scientists can use a “brain print” to identify you from others with 100 percent accuracy.

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