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    How one man in Egypt is keeping a 200-year-old tradition of tile making alive

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    ENT doctors debunk 11 ear and nose myths

  • How one startup is turning harmful algae into plastic shoe parts

    How one startup is turning harmful algae into plastic shoe parts

  • Italy won the Euro 2020 final against England with a penalty shootout. Here's why penalty kicks are so unfair to goalies.

    Italy won the Euro 2020 final against England with a penalty shootout. Here's why penalty kicks are so unfair to goalies.

  • Why these crash-test dummies cost over $1 million

    Why these crash-test dummies cost over $1 million

  • The last artisan bagpipe workshop in Scotland's capital is keeping over 600 years of heritage alive

    The last artisan bagpipe workshop in Scotland's capital is keeping over 600 years of heritage alive

  • What it takes to be an IndyCar pit crew member

    What it takes to be an IndyCar pit crew member

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    Why Hermès Birkin bags are so expensive, according to a handbag expert

  • Doctors debunk 12 myths about sunscreen, sunburns, and tanning

    Doctors debunk 12 myths about sunscreen, sunburns, and tanning

  • Making liquor out of cashew fruit juice is a 500-year-old tradition in India — meet one family keeping it alive

    Making liquor out of cashew fruit juice is a 500-year-old tradition in India — meet one family keeping it alive

  • How trophy hunting in Texas became a multibillion-dollar industry

    How trophy hunting in Texas became a multibillion-dollar industry

  • Meet the blacksmiths who are keeping the 2,500-year-old craft of sword making alive in Toledo, Spain

    Meet the blacksmiths who are keeping the 2,500-year-old craft of sword making alive in Toledo, Spain

  • How trophy hunting in Texas became a multibillion-dollar industry

    How trophy hunting in Texas became a multibillion-dollar industry

  • Physical therapists debunk 14 more myths about exercise and fitness

    Physical therapists debunk 14 more myths about exercise and fitness

  • Ketchup originated in Asia as a thin soy sauce made from fermented fish

    Ketchup originated in Asia as a thin soy sauce made from fermented fish

  • VIDEO: Melinda Gates' divorce layer explains what it takes to handle separations between billionaires

    VIDEO: Melinda Gates' divorce layer explains what it takes to handle separations between billionaires

  • Gastroenterologists debunk 12 myths about indigestion and gut health

    Gastroenterologists debunk 12 myths about indigestion and gut health

  • Furniture waste increased by nearly 50% as Ikea expanded. Now it has a plan to stop it.

    Furniture waste increased by nearly 50% as Ikea expanded. Now it has a plan to stop it.

  • The rise and fall of Kraft, the pioneer of processed cheese

    The rise and fall of Kraft, the pioneer of processed cheese

  • How humans evolved to become the best runners on the planet

    How humans evolved to become the best runners on the planet

  • How whitewater rescuers are trained

    How whitewater rescuers are trained

  • Meet one of the last salt makers keeping a 2,000-year-old tradition alive

    Meet one of the last salt makers keeping a 2,000-year-old tradition alive

  • What it's like to be a pit crew member

    What it's like to be a pit crew member

  • Why nine times roasted bamboo salt costs so much more than sea salt

    Why nine times roasted bamboo salt costs so much more than sea salt

  • Where the 11 deadliest animals in the US live

    Where the 11 deadliest animals in the US live

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