Cheese might take on a whole new flavor when you use a plastic utensil. Elizabeth Willing/Courtesy Flavour hide caption

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Your Choice In Utensils Can Change How Food Tastes

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'Brainwashed' Examines the Value of Brain Scans

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Living Large in 140 Square Feet

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Aiming For 'Wild and Crazy' Energy Ideas

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Obama: U.S. Should Lead Assault on Climate Change

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Harry Kaplan practices pitching during Home Run Baseball Camp at Friendship Recreation Center in June. Kaplan's arm is stretched long and toward the ground as his hips are faced away from the catcher. A chimp, in contrast, could never throw a fastball. Heather Rousseau/NPR hide caption

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Pitch Perfect: Why Our Shoulders Are Key To Throwing

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In the current New Yorker, Michael Specter explores the conflict among some people who suffer from Lyme disease, and the doctors who study it. aanton/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'The Lyme Wars' That Tiny Ticks Have Wrought

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Physicists Find New Particle, Look for Answers

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Goodnight Moon, Goodnight Math

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E.O. Wilson's Advice for Future Scientists

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Coffee's Natural Creamer

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