Almond Milk Recalled Due to Possible Contamination by Real Milk: The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a recall of nearly 150,000 half-gallon cartons of “milk-infested” Vanilla Almond Breeze milk, which is an allergen to those who are lactose intolerant. I can relate - hell, I once lost a fortune investing in a herd of lactose intolerant cows. I probably should have invested in almonds, but who am I trying to kid, I have no idea how to milk an almond. And even if I tried, people would think I’ve gone nuts.
New Study Solves Why Zebras Have Stripes: Since the 1870s, evolutionary theorists have debated how the zebra got its trademark stripes, but now a new study claims that the strongest likelihood is that the stripes discourage parasitic flies. Perhaps, but if you ask me, the question they should be asking is whether or not the zebras really earned those stripes.
Study Finds Scratching Brings Pleasure: According to a new study, scratching not only relieves itching, but also brings us much pleasure. Yea, and this study only scratches the surface.