Julie Coriz

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How to Make Fried Chicken That's Way Better Than KFC

For many, the smell of fried chicken incites a trip down memory lane. That greasy (and oh, so good) scent brings to mind family picnics and church …

How to Sew a Bolster Pillow Like a Professional

Bolster pillows are those long, cylindrical pillows that make a fantastic addition on any bed, both aesthetically and functionally. They provide …

Tree-hugging snakes squeeze tight for safety

<b>When a snake climbs a tree, it squeezes the trunk up to five times harder than necessary, according to a new study.</b><p>For the first time, biologists have measured the force exerted by climbing snakes, using pressure sensors on a vertical pipe, wrapped in tennis grip.<p>All 10 of the snakes in the study …

James Foley's murder, and the psychology of our fascination with the gruesome

We find the horrible images and video of things like beheadings appalling – yet we are drawn to them. Dean Burnett examines why<p>After <b>Islamic State militants in Iraq murdered reporter James Foley</b>, they released a video of his beheading, the New York Post put a picture of it on its front page, and …

Mystery Solved: How Snakes Climb Trees

Wildlife<p><b>When climbing a tree, a snake thinks “safety first,” according to new research published Tuesday in Biology Letters.</b><p>Instead of gripping the tree with just enough force to keep from sliding back down, snakes overcompensate and grip with a force that far exceeds what’s necessary. Researchers …