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Did food taste better 50 years ago?
We can't go back in time, but some things have definitely changed.
This protein may hold one of the secrets to predicting muscle growth
There's surprisingly little research on how our bodies actually build muscle.
What actually happens to the clothes you donate depends on where you live
It depends on where you live, but many thrift stores and other donation programs can divert even the most tattered items from the landfill.
Frozen Siberian microbes just woke up from a 24,000-year nap—and immediately got busy
The microscopic organisms wasted no time cloning themselves.
Can I be allergic to alcohol?
Alcohol allergies are pretty rare, but intolerance is a lot more common.
How long do allergies last—a few years or your whole life?
Kids and the elderly don’t have much in common when it comes to allergies.
Dam reservoirs may be much bigger sources of carbon emissions than we thought
We thought dams were good for the environment, but they may actually release immense amounts of carbon.
Kids age 12 to 15 can now get vaccinated in the US
Ahead of the upcoming school year, a new cohort of adolescents can get vaccinated.
The most effective ways to avoid bee, wasp, and hornet stings
Your guide to a sting-free summer.
Your dog gets allergies for the same reasons you do
Pollen season can be ruff for everyone.