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States Ban Powdered Alcohol, Captain America's Shield and FDA Regulates E-Cigarettes - Today on HowStuffWorks NOW

May 06, 2016 09:32 am
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Potential Buzzkill Alert: Many States Banning Powdered Alcohol
It's not yet on the market, but many states are turning their noses up at Palcohol, citing potential for underage drinking, snorting and sneaking.


Drawing May Be Your Brain's Best Way to Secure a Memory
Drawing your grocery list might strengthen your ability to remember what you need to buy when you forget the list at home. Like you always do.


What's Up With Captain America's Shield?
You'll want to be up to speed on Cap's amazing shield. We can help you with that.


FDA Extends Tobacco Regulations to Cover E-Cigarettes, Hookahs and More
This largest expansion of federal authority beyond cigarettes defines "tobacco products" to include vaping and paraphernalia, bans sales to those under 18.


Who Wants to Knock a Drone Out of the Sky?
Disney was recently rumored to be taking out spy drones in order to protect "Star Wars: Episode VIII" shooting locations. Is that legal in the U.S.?


Nutritious Dino Poop Greased the Wheels for Dung Beetle Evolution
Nature is one big interconnected system. Learn how flowers and dinosaurs helped the dung beetle appear on the planet.


U.S. Air Force Sets Speed Record With Magnetically Levitating Rocket Sled
Military researchers created a maglev rocket sled that moves twice as fast as the speediest maglev train — but they're not planning to use it for travel.


Shock Your Bad Habits Away
The Pavlok wearable follows the same sort of idea as snapping a rubber band on your wrist to stop you from engaging in some unwanted behavior. Only it'll cost you $199.


The World Just Had Its First Mind-Controlled Drone Race
Using brain-computer interfaces, 16 University of Florida engineering students piloted drones using only their focused thoughts — and some computer programming.


Live the Dream, Drive an Excavator at a Construction Theme Park for Adults
Would you pay $200 to drive an asphalt roller or a bulldozer? Lots of adults would — that's why there's Diggerland XL.


Tomorrow Is Google-free Thursday. Could You Do It?
Could you go a full day without doing a single Google search? Or not using Google at all? The Canadian not-for-profit magazine Adbusters thinks you should give it a try.


Why Exactly Is May 4th a 'Star Wars' Holiday?
How did such a pun on "May the Force Be With You" turn into an international "Star Wars" holiday? We track the day’s evolution and tell you ways people are celebrating.


Study Argues Systemic Medical Error Is Third Leading Cause of Death in U.S.
Failings of the medical system are to blame for almost 10 percent of all deaths, and it's because we're not set up to properly account for them, the study suggests.


Retweeting Isn't Doing You Any Comprehension Favors
In an odd twist, retweeting could be negatively affecting your memory of the content, and causing comprehension declines even after your Twitter session is over.


Goodbye to Allergies? Scientists Discover How to Trick Body's Immune System
New approach to treating allergies involves hiding allergen in friendly shell so immune system doesn't attack it.


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