Are you over-ingesting on media? Perhaps an overhaul of your "media diet" is in order.
by John Donovan
Television and Culture
5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Spring Equinox
The spring, or vernal, equinox traditionally marks the first day of spring — but climate scientists use a different date altogether. Find out more about this and other facts we've gathered for your astronomical pleasure.
What Do Winemakers Do With Grape Waste?
Wine pomace — the portion of grapes left over from winemaking — has a variety of uses, from fertilizer to a nutrition-enhancing ingredient in foods.
Why Diabulimia Is So Dangerous
Many people with Type 1 diabetes are deliberately skipping or manipulating their insulin doses in order to lose weight. But this can have very serious consequences.
How the Prosperity Gospel Works
The prosperity gospel is one of the most popular forms of Christianity in the entire world. But where did it come from and how did it get so big? And why do critics say it gives a false picture of Christianity?
How the Fermi Paradox Works
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Eccentric Georgian Billionaire Takes Giant Tree for Sea Cruise
Does Traditional Homeowners Insurance Cover Airbnb Rentals?
How Bug Spray Works
How Often Should You Wash Your Pillow?
10 Things You Should Never Throw Away
Why Is There a Gap at the Front of Public Toilet Seats?
Are motorcycles really more dangerous than cars?
How do you pick the fastest lane to drive in?
Bus That Drives Over Traffic to Hit Chinese Roads This Summer
Here's What 'New Car Smell' Actually Is
Ultra-rare Ferrari Sells for $2 Million
What should be in your motorcycle tool bag?
Are there scholarships for video game players?
How Abandonware Works
Can you power your music player with your running shoes?
High-tech Glasses Adjust Focus Depending on Where You Look
How Skycam Works
10 Disruptive Technologies You Use Every Day
How Do Kindergartners Decide Who Is 'Smart'?
How Do Political Convention Speakers Get Chosen, and Who Decides What They Say?
The Tangled Line of Succession to the British Throne
New Research Center Seeks to Separate Ninja Fact From Fiction
How Attila the Hun Worked
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Do Taxi Drivers Overcharge Business Travelers? One Study Investigates
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Can you deduct hobby expenses?
How are your taxes affected if you get married in the middle of the year?
Cash Bail Punishes Poor, But What's the Alternative?
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How many bugs do I eat every year?
How the Big Bang Theory Works
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