Seeds of fear? To most of us, cantaloupe and horn melon look like a healthy breakfast or snack. But the clusters of seeds can evoke anxiety, nervousness and even nausea for some trypophobes. Daniel M. N. Turner/NPR hide caption

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Detection Dogs And The Law: The Right To Sniff And Seize

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Hear Two New Songs By Parquet Courts

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Science Looked Good In 2012

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The U.S. Army distributed a monthly pinup calendar to GIs, which encouraged them to protect themselves from malaria-carrying mosquitoes. Cartoon by Frank Mack for the U.S. Army./Courtesy of the Images from the History of Medicine. hide caption

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How The U.S. Stopped Malaria, One Cartoon At A Time

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