New York Winemaker Christopher Tracy and a bottle of his Blaufrankisch. The wine's difficult to pronounce name may attract oenophiles. Charles Lane/NPR hide caption

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Fancy Names Can Fool Wine Geeks Into Paying More For A Bottle

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Data from the Twins Early Development Study shows areas in the U.K. where the effect of environmental factors, shown in pink, trumps the influence of genes, shown in blue, and vice versa. TEDS hide caption

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Susan Backlinie swims as the great white shark rises toward her in publicity art for the 1975 film Jaws. Universal/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images hide caption

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An emotionally neutral control score

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Unrefrigerated brains in preserving solution are stacked high on shelves at the Harvard Brain Tissue Resource Center at McLean Hospital. Olin College of Engineering/Flickr hide caption

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Cockroaches have hooks on their back legs that let them swing around surfaces onto the underside while running full-speed. YouTube hide caption

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Balinese government officials prepare to cull chickens as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of bird flu at a market in Denpasar on April 26. Firdia Lisnawati/AP hide caption

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First Of Controversial Bird Flu Studies Is Published

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Stinky urine in a feverish child should be a red flag for doctors. Swilmor/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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This image shows the grid structure of the major pathways of the brain. It was created using a scanner that's part of the Human Connectome Project, a five-year effort which is studying and mapping the human brain. MGH-UCLA Human Connectome Project hide caption

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How Your Brain Is Like Manhattan

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