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A Factor in Babies’ Blood May Treat Inflammation and Sepsis

Jordan Rosenfeld

The peptide only exists in the umbilical cords and circulatory systems of newborn babies for about two weeks; then it disappears.

The Japanese Baseball Team Cursed by the Ghost of Colonel Sanders

Rebecca OConnell

Yes, the KFC guy.

Name the Countries Larger Than Texas

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The True Stories Behind 6 Haunted House Movies

Garin Pirnia

Sometimes, the truth really is stranger—and much scarier—than fiction.

Mom Crochets Son an 'E.T.'-Inspired Onesie for Halloween

Kirstin Fawcett

The entire project took Stephanie Pokorny four days, and she didn’t use a pattern.

High-Tech Paper Rolls Up Into a Functioning Torch

Michele Debczak

The light adjusts based on how tightly it's rolled.

6 Punctuation Marks Hated by Famous Authors

Arika Okrent

Punctuation marks are not the most important tools in a writer's toolkit, but writers can develop some strong opinions about them. Here are six punctuation marks that famous authors grew to hate.

Make Your Mornings Magical With Harry Potter-Esque Makeup Brushes

Rebecca OConnell

Each brush looks like a different wand.

Morning Cup of Links: A Transylvanian Sleepover

Miss Cellania

Great links for your morning surfing!

Here's Why We Crave Sugar So Much

Kirstin Fawcett

We know that too much of the sweet stuff is bad for us, but it's hard not to get hooked.

Why PMS Makes Us Moody and Bloated

Kirstin Fawcett

It's not all in your head.

5 Questions: On the Drugstore Shelf

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19th-Century Reproductions of Pompeii Art Featured in New Book

Shaunacy Ferro

In the 1850s, brothers Fausto and Felice Niccolini began methodically documenting excavations of Pompeii and publishing their work.