An 8-year-old has died after inhaling helium from a balloon and we as a society continue to promote the “old gag” as a fun, harmless comedy act.
Helium balloons deflate faster than air balloons, and latex balloons faster than foil. But why do helium balloons deflate at all? Find out here.
This is the ultimate game of H.O.R.S.E. and a use of helium balloons that we can’t say we’ve ever seen done before. The outcome is insane!
Yep, you read that right. A birthday helium balloon drifted into India this week, prompting national panic and a hailstorm of aerial gunfire.
Accelerate quickly in your car and any objects or people inside will be forced backwards, but a helium balloon actually goes forward. Why?
Chicago chef Grant Achatz has created a truly unique masterpiece of a dessert using apple, sugars, and helium. It’s an edible helium balloon!
Tom Guilmette is a cinematographer who has a creative trick for getting incredible aerial video using a few cheap materials and helium balloons.
There might be one way to try to find out if North Korea really detonated a hydrogen bomb: Test for helium present in the skies.
Do you need to know how to make a latex balloon arch? You’ve come to the right place—it’s easy! Make your latex balloon arch in 20 minutes. No helium!
Ever leave helium balloons in your car in the winter only to later find them deflated on the seats? Here’s why it happens and what to do about it.