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Some of the Renaissance’s most romantic love poems weren’t for lovers

Shannon McHugh, UMass Boston As poets have demonstrated for centuries, a sonnet for your beloved never goes out of...

The science of gift wrapping explains why sloppy is better

Erick M. Mas, Vanderbilt University They say appearances can be deceiving. In the case of gift giving, they might...

Real or artificial? A forestry scientist explains how to choose the...

Every year, Americans buy somewhere between 35 million and 50 million Christmas trees, and many more pull an artificial tree out of...

How cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger became the scents of winter holidays,...

Serina DeSalvio, Texas A&M University Regardless of how you celebrate end-of-year holidays, food is probably central to your winter...

Winter brings more than just ugly sweaters – here’s how the...

Michael Varnum, Arizona State University and Ian Hohm, University of British Columbia What comes to mind when you think...

Drinking during holidays and special occasions could affect how you parent...

Bridget Freisthler, The Ohio State University How much alcohol do you typically drink in a week? A month? A...

The holidays and your brain – a neuroscientist explains how to...

Seena Mathew, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Just as the shift to shorter days and colder weather can bring with...

Real or artificial? A forestry scientist explains how to choose the...

Curtis VanderSchaaf, Mississippi State University Every year, Americans buy somewhere between 35 million and 50 million Christmas trees,...

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