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VIDEO: Artists make magic from old wheelchairs
Drab and dilapidated wheelchairs have been transformed into rolling works of art. An enterprising hospital in the Philippines is raising awareness (and cash) for the disabled with this unusual and eye-catching exhibition.
VIDEO: Dead shark found in New York subway train
A dead shark was spotted on a train headed to Queens. It was still wet and had blood in its mouth. The sighting coincides with Shark Week on the Discovery Channel.
After half a century, the wedding cake looks as good as the happy couple
Bob and Leann Adams expected the top of their wedding cake to be a hard, nasty lump of black dough.
Are growing pains real?
Are growing pains real? If so, what causes them? And how do I make sure my kid never has them, because I really don't need another reason for screamy 3 a.m. wake-ups?
15 million-year-old whale skull found on banks of Potomac River
From the banks of the Potomac River, in a region steeped in American history, a massive fossil was dug up last month that apparently can be traced back to a time long before this country's recorded history, a time deep in the world's prehistory.
Lab burger created to challenge real meat tastes more like cake
The world's first beef burger created by stem cells tastes more like cake than steak.
Ga. man survives more than 1,000 bee stings
A Georgia man survived being stung more than 1,000 times by bees, which then attacked emergency responders who came to help, according to the man’s stepson.
Cargazing: Dodge Journey makes a turnaround
The Dodge Journey had a difficult start to life. It was designed at a time when Chrysler was nearly bankrupt, and it came to market in 2009 as a rough-hewn stone of a crossover. But now that the new, revitalized Chrysler has had some time to polish it, the Journey has turned into quite a gem.
Gross! 16.5-ton glob of fat removed from sewer system
If you've ever wondered what happens when you ignore those warnings about pouring grease down the drain, residents of one London suburb have found the disgusting answer. It's a 16.5-ton, bus-sized glob of fat, known as a "fatberg."
Study shows genetics can determine why we smell certain odors differently
All of us inhabit our own flavor world that is highly dependent on our genetic blueprint for being able to smell certain odors, according to two studies published by a New Zealand research group.
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