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Shiny tongues, leaky bladders, and the other strange symptoms of vitamin deficiencies
Missing vitamins can do some pretty weird things to your body.
What makes us human? A new book says it’s this physiological trait
Excerpt: A Walking Life
Anyone can be a Nobel Prize nominee. Here’s why a 16-year-old climate activist deserves to win.
She's been a fearless advocate for young people and the planet.
FarFarOut dethrones FarOut for farthest object in the solar system
It’s the sequel we weren’t prepared for.
The weirdest things we learned this week: ladies dueling topless and pseudopenis birth canals
Our editors scrounged up some truly bizarre facts.
How birds of a feather flock together
The mechanics of surfing the wind—or waves.
Check out the weirdest New Year’s Eve facts we could find
A Weirdest Thing holiday spectacular.
Charles Minard is known for the ‘best graphic ever,’ but he may have topped it with these maps
A new book catalogues the map-maker's lesser-known works.
Yes, you really can work yourself to death
Stress and sleeplessness are surprisingly lethal.
There’s a lot to learn about how blue light affects our eyes
The "blue screen of death" is taking on a whole new meaning.