Just in time for Spring, ScienceGoddess, aka Joanne Manaster, explains the cellular reactions that cause allergies. Her illustrations: candy (looks like Skittles or M&Ms) and a lovely cookie basophil made by food blogger Notsohumblepie. This video ends on something of a cliffhanger, so if you want to watch the next one, it's all about eosinophils.
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TL;DR: Is there any greater gift than cash? That's what you gift someone when you present them with the 2 Million Dollar Puzzle, a fun game that promises players a… READ THE REST