Ann Arbor, Michigan - When reading emails, do you become the "grammar police?"

Scottsdale, Arizona - There’s something lurking at the bottom of your makeup bag, and it’s not pretty. According to Mary Duh, physician assistant, Dermatology, Mayo Clinic Health System, old and expired cosmetics harbor dangerous amounts of bacteria. This not only directly affects the individual wearing the makeup, but it also can affect anyone they come in contact with.

Berkeley, California - When UC Berkeley art professor Chiura Obata was imprisoned in California’s desert as a Japanese American during World War II, his life was deeply disrupted. But the experience had a silver lining for his artwork. As he said later: “If I hadn’t gone to that kind of place, I wouldn’t have realized the beauty that exists in that enormous bleakness.”

Cambridge, Massachusetts - People with epilepsy suffer from recurrent, unprovoked seizures that can cause injury and even death from “sudden unexpected death in epilepsy” (SUDEP), a condition that occurs minutes after a seizure ends.

Provo, Utah - New doctor’s orders: No earbuds, no music, and no watching TV while eating. Researchers at Brigham Young University and Colorado State University have found that the noise your food makes while you’re eating can have a significant effect on how much food you eat.

Peoria, Arizona - Big and tall men have long faced challenges in finding good-looking, nice-fitting golf clothes. But thanks to four-year-old company Aveo, that problem is being alleviated on the course.