Dogs shouldn't eat chocolate because they can easily become poisoned by consuming this delectable treat. And it's not only dogs, other animals too!

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You've likely been told on more than one occasion that knuckle cracking can lead to arthritis. This is because of the popular misconception that the cracking sound is caused by the scraping of bone or cartilage.

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"You are the worst singer I've ever heard in my life." Simon Cowell, American Idol.

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There are more than a dozen catalogued stars that make up Hydra the water serpent, but only two others, in addition to Alphard, have proper names: Minhar al Shuja ("the snake's nose") and Ukdah ("the knot").

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If you're part of that 25% of the population that sneezes when we look at the sun, it's all because your pupillary light reflex and the sneeze reflex pathways just got a little crossed.

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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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