In fact, studies have shown that white-tailed deer prefer eating poison ivy over other plants. To most animals, poison ivy is delicious and nutritious.

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Wind. Although you can't see it, you can feel it - it can make things move and create weather conditions from a mild breeze to a hurricane. Behold the powers of wind!

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Wind turbines were developed to capture the kinetic energy of moving air by slowing it down and transforming its energy into electrical energy.

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I guess the first question to answer is why do we sweat in the first place? Other than being a nuisance and at times embarrassing, there’s got to be a good reason for it, right?

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Blushing is a natural phenomenon, and for most people it occurs in response to embarrassment or nervousness. Their bodies go into "fight or flight" mode.

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The beans in chili have a well-deserved reputation for causing gas. In fact, it's been scientifically proven... and I'm not just pulling your finger!

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Have you ever wondered why human eyes don't reflect the same way in the dark? Well, to answer these questions, let first take a closer look (pun intended) at the anatomy of the eye.

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If you go to your local drug store, or health foods store, you'll notice there is a whole whack of diet pills out on the market and each work a little differently depending on what ingredients they contain.

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It took researchers about 400 years to finally agree on these figures. Let's have a brief look at how this research got started.

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If you've seen a crime scene detective show like CSI, you are probably already familiar with luminol — that substance that glows greenish-blue on a surface, magically revealing where blood once use to be.

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