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This is how our favorite foods look in their natural habitats

We know how to harvest potatoes and apples. There are other fruits and vegetables, however, which have natural habitats we can barely imagine. We see these items in the grocery store every day, but often we have no idea how they got there. Bright Side gathered a few photos that will show you how these plants grow.

A Harvard scientist who's studied coffee for 20 years explains why the drink is amazing

Dr. Frank Hu just finished a 20-year study on the effects of coffee on the human body. People who drink more coffee it turns out, live longer. Specifically, Hu’s study found that coffee-drinkers have lower risks of cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, as well as suicide.

Peanuts, pistachios and other 'nuts' that aren’t actually nuts

The jig is up! For too long peanuts have masqueraded as America's favorite nut. For too long, almonds have snuck into the mixed nuts bag at your grocery.

15 email etiquette rules every professional should know

The average US employee spends about a quarter of the work week combing through the hundreds of emails we all send and receive every day.

Humans are the only animals with this body part — and no one knows why

“Little pig, little pig, let me come in,” says the big, bad wolf. “No, no, not by the hair on my chinny chin chin,” say the three little pigs. This scene is deeply unrealistic and not just because of the pigs' architectural competence, the wolf's implausible lung capacity, and everyone's ability to talk. The thing is: Pigs don't have chins. Nor do any animals, except for us.

5 hobbies that can make you smarter

Sure, studying encyclopedias and sitting in lectures all day will probably make you smarter — but those activities aren't all that thrilling to most people.