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Several studies now suggest that young plasma has revitalizing properties—and with results this intriguing, it’s no wonder there is drama brewing among the scientists involved.<p>When a baby is born, the now-useless umbilical cord is usually thrown away. But sometimes, it finds renewed purpose. …Lyme Disease
Ask any <b>Harry Potter</b> fan which magical location from the series they’d like to visit, and chances are they’ll say Hogwarts. After all, it’s the most …
They say that behind every great man is a great woman, and this is perhaps nowhere as painfully obvious as it is in the <i>Harry Potter</i> series.<p>Though …
Harry Potter may be the Boy Who Lived, all special and fated and, don't get us wrong, a nice enough kid, but true <i>Harry Potter</i> fans have never confused mythological significance with actual utility to the cause. And if Hogwarts awarded MVP honors, we all know the prize would go not to the Boy Who …Books
Star Ace Toys' Albus Dumbledore collectible figure from Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix unveiled
Sideshow Collectibles and Star Ace Toys have unveiled their upcoming sixth scale Albus Dumbledore figure. Based on the likeness of Michael Gambon …
by Liana Minassian<p>– on<p>in Lists<p>James and Lily Potter remain two of the most tragic characters in the <i>Harry Potter</i> series, as well as two of the most …Books
TFW even a bath bomb claims you're Hufflepuff.<p>Important update: Magic is real. Our proof? This <i>Harry Potter</i> bath bomb, which sorts you into a Hogwarts house in one giant explosion of color. Obviously, red means you're a Gryffindor, green means you're a potentially snake-obsessed Slytherin, blue …
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001): original Telegraph review - 'Amazing and transfixing'
<b>JK Rowling's Harry Potter books were first turned into films in 2001, with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson as the three leading characters. Here is the first Telegraph review from November 16, 2001.</b><p>Children's stories are best – and …Books
Let’s not get it twisted.<p>The eight Harry Potter movies were filled with memorable moments ranging from the heartbreaking and poignant to the daring …Books
With stunning Highland landscapes and historic cities, even mere muggles can see how magical Scotland is.