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These Foods Will Keep You From Getting Anemia

Anemia is a disease caused by low iron levels. It causes symptoms that include fatigue and sluggishness. It more commonly affects women, but men can suffer from it as...

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Museums You Have to See Before You Die

There are museums in virtually every city in the world. Some of them are more fabulous than others, but there are a few that you simply have to see at least once.

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Funny Ways To Die

We all have a fear of dying and, thankfully, most of us go in bed, be it at home or in a hospital. But, throughout history, there have been some truly hilarious deaths...

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Facts You Never Knew About Dinosaurs

Oh, the dinosaurs; you were only here for a short, 66 million years, yet you left us with so many questions. For instance... was your extinction caused by an asteroid?...

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The Scariest Insects In The World

Insects are necessary and beneficial to mankind - mostly. True, some can kill us. But most provide a way to get rid of decomposing matter that would otherwise pile up...

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How Science Has Improved Growing Weed

Marijuana plants grow best in tropical environments and yield a more THC-potent crop. So, how do farmers grow such righteous weed in places like Colorado, Washington and...

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The Planets: The Secrets Behind Their Names

You might know the names of the planets, but where did those names come from? Well...a couple places.

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What Has NASA Actually Invented?

What have we really gotten out of all that NASA money? You might be surprised. Except for one, which is a (crucial) improvement, each of these was developed specifically...

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The Science That Made America Great

America is responsible for some of the greatest inventions in history. And, some of them (like the first mass produced automobile) changed the rest of the world as well....

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Extreme Weather and Phenomena as They Look From Space

You've seen weather and phenomena rom the ground, but have you ever seen them from space? It looks incredible and awe inspiring. Check it out!

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What Will NASA Learn About Jupiter In The Juno Flyby?

NASA's Juno space probe is now observing Jupiter from orbit. This cover photo, showing the planet's aurora, is one of its first pictures. Juno may put an end to some...

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NASA’s Coolest Rockets And Spaceships

One only needed to look up at the wide open skies to start the adventure of a civilization: Getting off of our own rock and on to others! The fascination with space...

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