Koalas, often called "koala bears," are not, in fact, bears.
It's unlikely that NASA's falling satellite will touch down on land, but the agency would be responsible for any damage compensation.
A Mexican teen became the first person to die in the United States from a vampire bat bite. Do the rest of us need to worry?
Many beer connoisseurs argue that Guinness tastes better in Ireland, and now there's science to prove the legend.
It's a long-held claim that Guinness draught tastes better in Ireland. Now, science proves it's true.
It's not surprising that a guy's apartment is dirtier than a bachelorette's. What is disturbing, though, is just what makes it dirtier.
Increased health awareness and decreased demand could wipe out cigarettes in most of the world by 2050, report says. Learn more at Life'sLittleMysteries.com.
The human brain has been shrinking for the past 20,000 years, but we're not getting dumber. In fact, we might be getting smarter.
Your normal body temperature sits around 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit, the perfect temperature for fending off fungal infections and outlasting the dinosaurs.
You'll gleefully sing "Auld Lang Syne" on New Year's, but you probably don't know why. Life's Little Mysteries explains this January tradition.
The origin of Santa's favorite reindeer began not at the North Pole, but in a department store. Life's Little Mysteries explains Rudolph's roots.
The 2010 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons will require millions of gallons of helium. Life's Little Mysteries explains why that won't put a dent in the global helium supply.
The top 10 words of 2010 were announced this week. Life's Little Mysteries explains how vuvuzela, refudiate, 3-D and spillcam made it to the top.
Is quidditch, Harry Potter's favorite broomstick game, a real sport? Life's Little Mysteries investigates.
Why do so many people get sick on cruise ships? Life's Little Mysteries explains why cruises are a breeding ground for germs - and how to avoid them.