Bridesmaids’ dresses now might be the source for collective groans and unflattering necklines, but their origins included a lot less taffeta and a lot more body guarding.
There is one thing that science has yet to explain about bicycles: how exactly they stay up.
In the late 1950s, the United States Postmaster General was looking for ways to deliver mail faster over greater distances.
How is it possible to indicate every place in such a large country using only 5 numbers? The secret is in the way the codes are assigned.
Amidst often-uncomfortable changes that happen within a woman’s body during pregnancy, there is at least one unexpected plus side: a bigger brain.
Contrary to what she promised you at the dinner table, the assertion that carrots improve your eyesight is all part of a much more elaborate cover up.