There's no doubt we forget things — but what about repression?
That old adage has since kept countless children on the pool deck, watching forlornly as their friends splash around. But according to science, swimmers have nothing to worry about.
In a pharmaceutical mix-up, babies across Spain had been inadvertently dosed with a medication for alopecia, or hair loss.
Susie Torres didn't expect that the strange 'swishing noise' she was hearing would turn out to have eight legs.
There were no bodies, no formal burial, no jewelry to carry on to an afterlife — just the skulls. No one knew why they were there.
In the past, the Carolinas were the sharks' destination of choice. But not anymore, thanks to Climate Change.
Contrary to the common surfing myth, if you see sharks, there are probably dolphins nearby, experts say.
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