Your brain and body react to two colors -- red and blue -- in distinct and downright weird ways that science doesn't completely understand.
While most of our scientific forefathers stuck to experimenting on random poor people like any respectable person would, others took it a step further and said, 'Well, this baby in my house is already crying a lot anyway.'
When we visit the hospital, we know that someone is going to be able to tell us what's wrong with us and how to fix it. But then, there are some particularly unusual diseases out there that have medical professionals throwing up their arms and claiming witchcraft
You believe in monsters, whether you know it or not. They are an important part of who we are -- so let's understand this obsession.
It's important to stop every once in a while and remind ourselves that the creatures in nature's nightmarish cavalcade of horrors are saving our lives every day.
Bad habits can ruin your life. And it turns out your brain is perfectly fine with that.
Apparently, there are some seemingly random activities that are more like cheat codes to happiness.
Much like Darth Vader, some drugs aren't completely evil, or even as bad as they seem.
You've stayed in school, stayed off drugs and made the right friends. Dollar bills should be raining down on you like a ticker tape parade, right? Not if you've got these completely arbitrary factors working against you.
One thing we've discovered over and over again is that nature is always weirder than what we give it credit for.
It turns out the world is full of zero-cost solutions that save lives. It's just a matter of convincing people to use them.
Where are we with green technology? That awkward stage where we have to wonder if it's all really worth it. Because some of the kinks we're running into range from horrifying to downright bizarre.