"Garlic Smell" Tours Your Whole Body Before Getting to Your Mouth

Garlic smells delicious when it's being sautéed in butter, but foul when it's in someone's mouth. Why? We'll tell you about the remarkable tour a garlic compound takes around your body, and why it ends up right back in your mouth. » 12/29/14 8:20am 12/29/14 8:20am

Probably the only medical study of the effects of garlic on vampires

In 1994, a group of Norwegian researchers embarked upon a groundbreaking study as to whether garlic was an effective deterrent against blood-sucking Nosferatus. Did this timeworn wisdom withstand the rigors of the laboratory? » 3/05/12 8:40am 3/05/12 8:40am