We may not think of them as outgoing beings, but it appears that plants have evolved ways to know who is growing nearby. After decades of seeing plants as passive recipients of fate, scientists have found them capable of behaviors once thought unique to animals.
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Demanding consistent cleaning and flossing, teeth are the first thing we think about in the morning and the last thing we see in the mirror at night. We buy expensive electric brushes, pastes, floss and even bleaching strips for our chompers. We teach our kids to brush them twice a day, or after meals and we give them pointers on how to brush them. But do we even know the correct way to brush our own teeth? At least we aren’t using urine to bleach them anymore.
5th grade English teacher Barry White, Jr. has a special handshake with every student in his class at Ashley Park PreK-8 School in Charlotte, North Carolina. White tells ABC News: They know when they...
You can’t help it; sometimes, you just get a bad feeling about someone that’s hard to shake. So, what’s happening in your brain when you make that critical (and often lasting) first judgment? Peter Mende-Siedlecki shares the social psychology of first impressions — and why they may indicate that, deep down, people are basically good.
It’s common knowledge that fruits and vegetables are good for your body and your mind, which is why your parents always made you eat your broccoli and finish your carrots at dinner…