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Valentine's Day(8 Photos)
From cupid, to chocolate, to candy hearts, explore images of Valentine's Day and learn some funfacts about this romantic holiday.
History of Valentine's Day
History of Valentine's DayVideo Clip (3:06)
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Why do we celebrate Valentine's Day on February 14th and where do the holiday customs come from?
Science of Love
Science of LoveVideo Clip (2:31)
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Explore the chemical reaction inside the brain when it encounters love.
Science of Love: Heartbreak
Science of Love: HeartbreakVideo Clip (1:49)
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Discover what a body goes through physically when a person's "heart is broken."
Science of Love: Attraction
Science of Love: AttractionVideo Clip (1:49)
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What happens inside your body when you are attracted to someone else?
Science of Love: Kissing
Science of Love: KissingVideo Clip (1:51)
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Get the science behind men and women's different kissing styles.
History of Chocolate
History of ChocolateVideo Clip (1:28)
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Since Aztecs introduced chocolate to Spanish explorers, it has spread around the world from Europe to the Hershey plant in West Hershey, PA.
How Chocolate is Made
How Chocolate is MadeVideo Clip (2:15)
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The Hershey plant in West Hershey, PA produces a variety of chocolate products.
Hand Made Chocolate
Hand Made ChocolateVideo Clip (3:46)
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Famous Fat Dave creates an unforgettable box of chocolates for his special someone.
Three Things You Didn't Know About: Chocolate
Three Things You Didn't Know About: ChocolateVideo Clip (1:14)
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What's in the average bag of milk chocolate M&M's? Where's the ultimate chocolate pig-out? How much chocolate does the average American consume?
White ChocolateVideo Clip (1:52)
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Though it does not contain cocoa solids, white chocolate was adopted into the chocolate family in 2004.
Valentine CardsVideo Clip (3:07)
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Nancy Rosin is the president of the National Valentine Collector's Assocation and has close to 10,000 pieces in her personal collection. From the first mail-posted Valentine on record in 1806 to some of the precursors to today's Valentines, her collection is a chronicle of the world's social history of love.
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Britain's Prince Edward VIII on the Great Depression
Britain's Prince Edward VIII on the Great DepressionAudio Clip (2:19)
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During the Great Depression, Edward, the eldest son of King George V, organized work programs for Britain's many unemployed. In a speech to his nation, Prince Edward appeals to its citizens to help one another through the hard times.
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