Glenner Town Square looks like a 1950s town, but it's actually a treatment center using reminiscence therapy to treat Alzheimer's and dementia.
Chances are, if you live in a city, you've encountered one or two rats on your way home. Here's the reason why it's so hard to get rid of rats in cities.
Goldfish are supposed to live at least 15 years. But unless their tank is specially prepared, toxins from their poop accumulates and can kill them.
A single lone star tick bite could cause hives, shortness of breath, or even death. And it's making Americans allergic to red meat.
Sleep expert Matthew Walker breaks down what happens to your brain when you dream.
FoodMarble AIRE is a breath analysis device that tracks your fermentation levels. It can tell you what kinds of food your body isn't reacting well to.
The word "moist" is universally unpopular. So much so that people have suggested removing it from the dictionary altogether.
Customs and Border Protection officers at JFK airport search 1 million mail packages a day for illegal drugs, food, animals and counterfeit goods.
Virtual reality has existed for nearly two decades, but it still hasn't proven to be "the future of technology." Here are a few reasons why.
Of the 84 awards given at the Grammys, the top three seem similar: Song of the Year, Album of the Year, and Record of the Year. Here's the difference.
Most Americans stare at screens all day, but this comes with consequences. Screens are changing our bodies and possibly even our brains.
Eating raw cookie dough isn't safe. While raw eggs have been known to carry salmonella, the raw flour can also be contaminated with E. coli.
Face mites live on nearly everyone. Studies suggest adults have thousands of these microscopic bugs that suck oil and and lay eggs in your skin.
Printer companies use an outdated "razor-and-blade" business model to make ink cartridges more expensive than buying a new printer.
Grant Cardone tells us what to do in your 20s to become rich in your 30s.
tells us what to do in your 20s to become rich in your 30s.
Goldfish may look small and cute in your home, but releasing them into your local stream or lake is a bad idea. Just ask Washington state.
Costco opened its first warehouse store in Seattle in 1983. Before that, there was Price Club, which opened in 1976. The two big-box stores merged in 1993 and became PriceCostco. Watch the video above to see what Costco looked like 40 years ago. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Following is […]
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