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From the archives: things you're afraid to ask about digestion.
A first-person coregasm testimonial
Scientists still aren't sure why brain training only works for some people.
And plenty more dated exercise tips from the PopSci archive
What is...Toronto (General Hospital)?
In the absence of solid evidence, statistics can help you decide for yourself.
79 percent of American adults are unable to answer three basic science questions correctly
Two experts weigh in on all those BuzzFeed quizzes you've been taking.
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
The Popular Science archive answers those nagging questions about the July 1947 UFO crash in the desert outside of Roswell, N.M.
Short answer: Not much, unless YOU'RE SHOUTING
Just make sure your sweat levels are optimal.
Plus, how can you tell if a mouse is depressed?
Alternate headline: The Irish Rugby Team Has Exceptional Guts
The following is an excerpt from Adam Alter's new book Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave, available on Amazon.
There are 101016 of them (but #1,000,443,163,313,125,343,132 is the evil one)
Researchers have found helminths and gut bacteria work together to prevent allergies
It might be a pretty important question.
Swiftly, and smack in the middle
Sending cars careening around a track wasn't just for sport--it helped the science of auto design, too