Are you taste blind? Take a look at your tongue and let’s talk about broccoli, beer and salad dressing. Learn about two fun tests you can do to figure out your taster status. Discover the odds of being a nontaster, learn about what taste blindness is, how it influences what you eat and what it may mean for your health.
Taste blindness is an insensitivity to bitter and strong tastes. Discover the odds of being a nontaster and learn about taste blindness, diet & disease risk.
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest annual travel periods. Here are the 2012 Thanksgiving travel forecasts, the odds of being in a fatal car crash and what you can do to reduce those odds.
We are entering the final hours before election day, Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Whether you’re rooting for President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney, the question is, “What are the odds that your candidate will win the 2012 presidential election?”
Have you ever asked yourself, “What are the odds?” Brishette Mendoza hosts this fun and engaging podcast for anyone interested in this classic question as it applies to a variety of everyday topics, social issues and fascinating oddities. Areas of exploration include science, health, travel, crime, politics, education, economics and more.
Left-handed people or lefties, as they are sometimes called, make up a small percentage of the population, and much about left-handedness remains a mystery.
Who will win the 2012 American presidential election? What are the odds your candidate–Romney or Obama–will win? Here are a few of the forecasts.
2012 cases of West Nile virus in the U.S. have risen to their highest levels since 2003. So, just what are the odds of contracting West Nile virus?
“What are the odds of being struck by lightning?” It’s a classic question that deserves a second look.
Maybe it’s the thrill, or maybe it’s the dream of striking it rich or even just the possibility of securing a better future. In any case, every year, Americans spend roughly $58 billion on lottery tickets or about an average of $200 per person, but what are the odds of winning the lottery?