Can Water Go Bad?
Many people store water for emergencies -- but is it true that water sitting for too long will go bad? Listen in as BrainStuff explains it for you.
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BrainStuff: Is Love Addictive?
Drugs, sex, gambling, work – lots of substances and activities can hijack our brains through the process of addiction. Is love one of them?
BrainStuff: Why Is Friday the 13th Considered Unlucky?
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BrainStuff: Why Do People Go Bald?
For most men, losing your hair is an inevitable side effect of aging. Jonathan describes the growth cycle of hair, types of baldness that affect men and women, and how most ladies feel about bald dudes.
BrainStuff: Why Do We Sleep?
Sleeping is frustrating for many of us. So why do we have to do it? Ben and Lauren review several possibilities and reveal all the bad things that can happen if you sleep too much... or not at all.
BrainStuff: Why Are Honey Bees Disappearing?
Since 2006, honeybees have been disappearing at an alarming rate. Join Lauren as she explains the importance of Colony Collapse Disorder and investigates the causes of vanishing bees.
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