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Why do you blink? What are toenails made of? Check out your body.
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When was the first New Year celebrated?

The celebration of the new year is actually the oldest of all holidays, but it hasn’t always been observed on January 1. Babylonians first celebrated the beginning of the new…

In: Holidays

Is it ever possible to drink too much water?

In most cases, the answer would be no–because your body says so! It’s equipped with one of the best automatic water management systems around, so you’ll definitely want to listen…

In: The Human Body

What is the Loch Ness Monster?

The Loch Ness Monster, fondly known as Nessie, is believed to live in the inky black waters of the immense, 700-foot-deep, Loch (Lake) Ness in Scotland. The Loch Ness Monster…

In: Myths & Legends

Why do seashells sound like the ocean when you hold them next to your ear?

When you put a seashell up to your ear, what you hear is not the ocean. The sound comes from inside your own ear. The inner part of your ear,…

In: The Ocean

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