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Science of Sick, Part 2: How Fast Is A Sneeze?

Your sneeze can produce 40,000 infectious aerosol droplets, which travel at speeds of anywhere between 47 mph and 649 mph. Oddly, science hasn't apparently devoted a lot of timing finding out the actual speed of your airborne mucus, but it varies by your age and the size of the sneeze in question.

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

What Do You Say When Someone Sneezes?

Turns out that this can be kind of a contentious issue!

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

5 Weirdest Cold Remedies

These freaky folk remedies will make you think twice before your next sneezefest.

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

Celebrities Caught Sneezing

There's something really endearing about someone with allergies.

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

Top 5 Sick Day FAILs

Faking a sick day is a subtle art. There are distinct rules for channeling your best flu voice or miming the perfect sneeze. And logging onto Facebook? Forget about it. Though it seems not everyone got the memo......

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

The Sneezer Scale: A Richter Scale For Your Face

Just like the Richter scale measures earthquakes, the Sneezer scale measures face-quakes. Check out the 7 definitive sneeze-styles and what they say about you.

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

Which Species Has the Cutest Sneeze?

Of ten different animal sneezes, which has the cutest sneeze? Place your vote in the comments!

Sneeze! • 9 years ago

The Science Of Sick, Part I: Why We Kiss

Turns out that kissing is a biological imperative: Science shows it helps boost our immunities to certain diseases.

Sneeze! • 9 years ago