Researchers have found that yellow taxis get into fewer accidents than blue taxis. This means as a passenger, you’ll less likely to get hurt in an accident in a yellow cab.
UV rays can damage existing collagen and reduce collagen production, resulting in wrinkles and sagging skin.
People watching sad movies ate between 28% and 55% more popcorn both in the lab and in a mall theater.
Drinking cocoa and caffeine together can increase your sustained attention without giving you the jitters from caffeine alone.
Some flowers and bulbs — including chrysanthemums, Peruvian lilies, and tulip and daffodil bulbs — contain chemicals that can irritate the skin or result in an allergic reaction.
Rice plants readily absorb inorganic arsenic released into the soil from fertilizers and pesticides. So make sure you wash your rice!
Desk bound workers have bigger waists and increased risk of heart disease compared to their more active co-workers who were not desk bound.
Scientists can calculate how much pee are in pools by measuring a common sweetener found in most everyone’s urine.
A study found that stuffed animal sleepover programs at libraries do really encourage kids to read books their stuffed animals chose from them during the sleepovers.
People who regularly use self-guided imagery to visualize positive experiences improved their emotional well-being.