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Fri, May 10, 2013 4:23 PM
Ticklish laughter activates the hypothalamus, a part of the brain involved in regulating many functions, including visceral reactions.
Naked mole rats are the only known animals in the world that don't get cancer. Now scientists know why, and it may be the key to the cure.
A few tips to help avoid germs when sharing food and drink.
Sweden's new experimental labeling system will begin listing carbon dioxide emissions associated with food production on grocery items and restaurant menus.
Chowing down on junk food makes rats act like heroin addicts.
Bed bugs are back, but this time dogs are taking the lead in sniffing out the nasty pests.
Rice, hemp, cow, soy, almond or goat milk -- which one is better for you?
Yale researchers chart evolutionary trends.
Researchers have discovered a class of pheromones that allow fruit flies to sexually control themselves. Eliminating those chemicals results in no-holds-barred sexual activity ... to the point of ignoring gender and species.
Hotels know they need to do more for guests than provide a good night's rest. These are the top 10 green efforts among hotels.
Don't let sunburn, bug bites or poison ivy spoil your summer. Let Mother Nature soothe your pain without hurting your wallet or the planet.
Top 10 green U.S. cities
Like water for chocolate? Researchers now say that water may be just as effective a comfort food as chocolate, but without the calories.
Will buying pink-ribbon products help us cure cancer? The activists behind Think Before You Pink aren't so sure.
One analysis shows cell phone users have a 10% to 30% increased risk of tumors -- but more research is still needed to confirm the findings.
Watch the author of 'Farm City' talk about raising pigs, goats and fruit trees in the ghost town section of Oakland.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.