How the New England Vampire Panics Worked

In the 19th century, in isolated villages and godforsaken towns in rural New England, people began to suspect their deceased family members had become undead. Thus began everything we know today about killing vampires.

What's the deal with blood types?

Blood types have one of the more interesting backstories in medical history. But as much as we've figured out about them and how they work, we still don't know much about why we even have different blood types. Listen in for a truly fascinating look at your most essential bodily fluid.

Why it Says "Pareve" on Your Food Label, Explained

We are getting to the bottom of the mysterious word Pareve on the labels of your food in an effort to make you a more worldly type. No need to thank us.