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What Your Poop Looks Like Can Reveal a Lot About Your Health

Scientists developed a seven-point scale called the Bristol Stool Chart.
Trevor Lockett
6.5.18
Eat This
Eat This

Working Out a Lot Doesn’t Always Increase Your Appetite

Why have I felt far hungrier on days in which I’ve eaten twice the amount of calories and performed very little exercise?
Grant Stoddard
5.30.18
You're Smarter Than That
You're Smarter Than That

How Much Water Should I Drink?

What experts think about the ‘8 glasses a day' rule.
Karin Klein
5.22.18
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body

Will Drinking Lots of Water Really Help My Cold?

A close look at the advice we've always heard.
Christina Stiehl
2.6.18
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mental health

Should We Be Putting Lithium in Our Water?

Trace amounts of the element has been linked to lower levels of crime and suicide.
Jesse Hicks
10.5.17
please stop
please stop

This Is What Happens When You Flush Things That Shouldn't Be Flushed

Condoms, tampons, and wet wipes belong in the trash can, people.
Jesse Hicks
9.13.17
Daily Buzzkill
Daily Buzzkill

Will Trump's EPA Address the Likely Carcinogen In Our Drinking Water?

People are exposed to more than 10 times the "safe" amount of this chemical in east LA.
Ed Cara
9.6.17
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h20-no

Lawsuit Claims Poland Spring Water Is 'a Colossal Fraud’

The plaintiffs say it's nothing more than common groundwater.
Jesse Hicks
8.18.17
Asking for a friend
Asking for a friend

Is Seltzer Bad for You?

You've probably heard sparkling water is acidic and can even cause tooth decay. Here's the truth about how bad all that carbonation really is for your body.
Michelle Malia
6.12.17
You're Smarter Than That
You're Smarter Than That

No, Alkaline Water Isn't Making You Healthier

It is making your wallet lighter, though.
Ashwin Rodrigues
5.31.17
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Motherboard Homepage

This Device Zaps Water With Electricity to Make It Drinkable

A big step toward a scalable, energy-efficient water purification device.
Daniel Oberhaus
5.12.17
Meducation
Meducation

There Are Drugs In Your Drinking (and Bottled) Water

They might even be interacting with the drugs you're intentionally on.
Stacey Colino
4.17.17