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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: 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: Should I Be Concerned About How Much Hair I Lose in the Shower?

    Finding clumps of hair clogging up the drain? Find out if what you're losing is normal.
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    Ask a Scientist: Do Eyelashes Go Gray?

    A dermatologist explains what happens to your lashes as you age.
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    Ask a Scientist: Do I Have to Wash New Underwear Before I Wear It?

    There's reason to be concerned about the germs and chemicals lurking in a new pair of underpants.
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    Ask a Scientist: I Got Extra Sleep Last Night. Why Am I So Tired?

    Getting more sleep doesn't necessarily mean you're going to get better sleep, or wake up feeling more energized.
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    Ask a Scientist: Is Honey Healthier Than Sugar?

    If you have a choice between sweetening with sugar or sweetening with honey, the options aren't exactly equal.
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    Ask a Scientist: Is Expired Sunscreen Better Than No Sunscreen at All?

    If you have an old bottle of sunscreen, do you have to throw it out or can you use it from year to year? We asked a scientist.
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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: What Causes Old-People Smell?

    Think your grandparents smell bad? It's because they do. And here's why.
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