Reducing abortion's stigma can have real, practical benefits for women.
Colombian Devil's Breath—also known as scopolamine—puts people into a trance-like state, in which they can be coerced to hand over thousands of dollars worth of valuables to criminals.
I got in touch with a psychologist, a sexologist, and a chronobiologist to find out why a little sunshine gets us all so hot and bothered.
The late Dr. Sacks's book Migraine was a lifeline when, alone and suffering at 15, I thought my life was over.
Climate change is wreaking havoc on the Arctic faster than anywhere else on earth, so NASA is leading the charge to find out how bad things really are.
Beliebers want model Xenia Deli dead because she humped Justin Bieber in his new video, but Deli says cyberbullying is nothing compared to growing up in the Republic of Moldova.
An Australian high school wanting to screen a documentary called Gayby Baby took a bunch of flack because it was deemed "too political."
After a year of being open, the National Sperm Bank has had just nine deposits. But the problem isn't a lack of sperm—it's that donating the stuff is ridiculously tough to do.
Wake up for day jobs, sheeple. The successor to The Chris Gethard Show is here to change the fuckin' world.
Based on a comic he made when he was 13, animator Wes Louis created a show called Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit and tricked the internet into thinking it was an actual series from the 90s.
New Jersey's oldest etiquette institute taught me that "there are no ugly women, just lazy ones."
A look at the country's shadowy, lucrative, and difficult-to-prosecute world of forged art.
This isn't new: The desperate and homeless have been soap-drinking for years. What is new is a BBC investigation linking the practice to deaths, which is, on the whole, quite bad.
We asked a nutrition specialist how to recover from having way too much fun.
Waves of Grace is a powerful, emotive film about the struggles faced by survivors of the 2014 ebola outbreak in Liberia.
Don't pretend like you already know.
Australian Rick Baker splits his time between LA and his homeland, moving every time the weather turns cold.
There's this place called 4chan where cutting off your toe will make you cool.
Going to the Boardy Bar in Hampton Bays is like venturing inside an ant farm made of bicep and stale pizza crust.
I'm an escort in New York so I know firsthand how strange and stressful your life becomes when you're outside the law and aren't able to call 9-1-1.
Fifteen-year-old Brady Olson opened up to Iowa's KTIV about what he's trying to accomplish this election.
Trying to push your boundaries can quickly get out of hand.
At Murray State University, Alpha Sigma Alpha accepted Alexis Cain's sorority bid, making her the school's first sorority sister with Down syndrome.
For me the Disability Support Pension isn't about choosing an easy life. It means an end to the cycle of poverty-line casual jobs that made me sicker.