Sniffing Farts Is Good For You

Researchers at the University of Exeter said the hydrogen sulfide that we emit when we cut the cheese protects mitochondria, which are the cell’s “power producers.” Dr. Mark Wood, a researcher at Exeter, explained that hydrogen sulfide is the stinky component of passing gas “and could in fact be a healthcare hero with significant implications for future therapies for a variety of diseases.”

Fold a Piece of Paper in Half 103 Times, and It Will Be as Thick as the UNIVERSE
Yunnan Quake Fatalities Near 600 as 'Golden 72 Hour' Rescue Period Passes