Yes, now you can find out just how your kidney filters toxins out of your body with Urine: The Game, or how gas builds up during food digestion (hint: youre not just full of hot air). Youll also discover why you get the urge to chunder when you drink too much the night before. Take a peek inside the sinus cavity to glean what causes allergies, and get a close up look at pimples and blisters and the sordid lives they live on your skin. There are nearly a dozen interactive displays and exhibits to toy with, so gather up your grossest
errr, most biologically efficient friends and head down to the SFSM through next May. Admission costs $9 for adults, $6 for kids. Call 561-832-1988, or visit www.sfsm.org.
Sept. 20-May 1, 2008