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Technically Incorrect: The US Healthy Swimming Program says that when your eyes go red and stingy in the pool it's caused by a chemical reaction between chlorine and urine.
YouTube comedian Ed Bassmaster decides to wear his Google Glass at the mall and get annoyed when people think he's talking to them, rather than his glasses.
It seems that the Microsoft chairman would like Facebook and Google billionaires to pay attention to eliminating diseases afflicting the poor, in addition to wiring up the planet.
Microsoft's chairman says Google is just doing its core thing with its balloon-powered Internet access project, but it won't do much help to people suffering from malaria.
A standard breath test that looks for bacterial growth in the gut could spot those with a greater risk of a certain type of obesity.
The Microsoft chairman answered a panoply of questions from the social news site's users last night, including the most important of all.
Smelling less than rosy down south? Or perhaps you'd like to break wind with wild abandon in public. Japan has your ticket to blissful flatulence.
This summer, the Gates Foundation will present hygienic innovations developed through its Reinventing the Toilet Challenge.
MyMicrobes, created by researchers at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, brings niche social networking to a new level--and price tag, with a $2,100 gut bacteria sequencing fee.
Better sanitation would go a long way toward reducing illness and death associated with poor sanitation, billionaire's foundation says.