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Office Romances, Bacteria and Drones: Need to Know with Danielle Knox
How has #MeToo affected office romances? How much bacteria is falling from the sky? These questions and more will be answered in this week's Need to Know with Fox 35's Danielle Knox.
Olympic Athletes Compete While Tired
Some Olympic athletes are intentionally competing while jet-lagged... we'll tell you why they think this will help them win Gold for Team USA.
Dim Lights Bad for Brain
Dim lighting may help set the mood, but studies now suggest it may also make us dumber.
Smart TVs Getting Hacked
TVs are getting smarter, but that fact may not have stopped your Smart TV from getting hacked. Top 30 has you covered in this consumer warning.
Going Off-the-Grid: The NatGeo Minute
This week's NatGeo Minute takes us off-the-grid as survivalists fend for themselves in the wilderness of Alaska. "Life Below Zero" ais Thursdays at 8/7c on National Geographic.
Escaping Airport Bacteria
New studies suggest certain airport surfaces may be covered in 1,500 times more bacteria than a toilet seat! Top 30 has the shocking data that will make you never want to leave your house again.
Say Goodbye to Tabasco Sauce
Hope you enjoy your food bland... Tabasco sauce may soon be a thing of the past.
Dog Bites Man... or Woman
Men or women? People older or younger than 16? Owners or strangers? A new survey may have figured out which type of people are more likely to be bitten by dogs.
The Cost of the Flu
Beyond the human toll, this year's flu has cost companies some $15 billion. Top 30 breaks down what employers can do to keep employees, and the bottom line, healthy.
World Running out of Tequila
Next time you go to the bar, you may be forced to pick a new drink of choice... the world is on the brink of running out of tequila.
Scientists Growing Ears for Kids
Scientists in China are helping grow the ears of children who were otherwise born with the organ underdeveloped. You don't want to miss this incredible breakthrough.
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According to Harvard studies, skincare doesnot need to be complicated, that's why we're offering a special deal to Top 30 viewers on the Nuovaglo 24K Bee Venom Serum, which leaves your skin plumper and firmer. For this exclusive deal and more, visit t
Need to Know with Danielle Knox
Is the flu leading to a blood supply shortage? Does dairy affect your IQ? These questions and more will be answered in this week's Need to Know with Fox 35's Danielle Knox.
The Future of Manufacturing: WSJ Moving Upstream
In this week's The Wall Street Journal‚Äč Moving Upstream, Jason Bellini‚Äč travels to Asia to examine a second machine revolution in which robots are making other robots and affecting low-skilled jobs.
Canada Shows up in Australia
A giant piece of Canada was once thought missing, it's now been found in Australia. Top 30 will show you how this story makes any sense.