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    Ask a Scientist: Will Eating Too Late at Night Make Me Gain Weight?

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    Ask a Scientist: Does Red Wine Make You Sleepier Than White Wine?

    Nodding off after one glass of merlot? We asked the experts if there's any science to why that is.
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    Ask a Scientist: Why Do Runners Sometimes Poop Their Pants?

    Runners' trots can lead to undesired pit stops during races—or uncontrollable urges. Find out the mechanisms and how to avoid it.
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    Ask a Scientist: Can I Get a Disease From Sitting on a Public Toilet?

    People often worry that if you sit on a public toilet you can get sick. But is that really the case? We asked a germ expert to weigh in.
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    Ask a Scientist: Are Ponytails Bad for My Hair?

    A dermatologist explores the kind of damage you can do to your hair by wearing a ponytail.
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    Ask a Scientist: Why Does My Mascara End Up Under My Eyes?

    Find out how to prevent this annoying makeup mishap.
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    Ask a Scientist: Do You Have to Change Your Toothbrush After You've Been Sick?

    Do you have to change your toothbrush after being sick? We asked a scientist.
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    Ask a Scientist: Is There Such a Thing as Being 'Big Boned'?

    An orthopedist explains what being "big boned" really means.
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    Ask a Scientist: Is Period Syncing for Real?

    People say that when you work or live with a lot of women you get on the same menstrual cycle. We get into the science of syncing.
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