Started by a discredited book and a bunch of angry YouTubers, rumors that Hillary Clinton is secretly suffering seizures are now being spread by Fox News and Donald Trump himself.
"This is simply our way of paying that kindness forward."
If you're a woman, you're more at risk from ecstasy—so why is no one talking about it?
Dmitrij Panov details his life with stage 4 cancer on his blog "Dying With Swag."
The National Institute on Drug Abuse says 9 percent of marijuana users will abuse it.
The model can be used in schools to teach kids more about sexual pleasure instead of simply how the genitals work.
Wondering on behalf of nonsmokers who sometimes smoke but really aren't actual smoker-smokers.
Kristin Dombek's new book The Selfishness of Others: An Essay on the Fear of Narcissism takes on our culture's tendency to overdiagose.
It's not always such a picnic.
She went home with a ceramic trophy and a monumental number of itchy welts.
On this episode of Daily VICE, we visit a hospital in Rio de Janeiro that offers low-cost surgeries to Brazilians who can't afford them.
On Tuesday, Irom "Mengoubi" Chanu Sharmila of Manipur in northeast India ended her nearly 16-year hunger strike by licking a smudge of honey off of her hand, but what effect has the strike had on her body?
Aug 12, 2016
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We asked a scientist about the physical process that turns nice, normal people into assholes after they've done a couple lines.
Obamacare dismantled high-risk health insurance pools for a reason.
Should I give a shit about a virus that causes a mild fever, even if I'm not planning to get pregnant? (Answer: yes)
A "frictionless" cash system is creating the perfect shitstorm for people with money trouble. It's making people ill—and it's making ill people poorer.
A new, real, actually scientific study says weed might increase your chances of getting laid.
Time to admit it—clocking all those hours at the nursing home just turns you into a resentful dick.
An investigation into one of the most hotly contested rules in history.
A bid to stop doctors from prescribing high doses of opioid painkillers could leave vulnerable people in painful limbo.
By law, you can't be discriminated against in the workplace for having HIV—but the reality is that law can be completely ineffectual.
We went through a few of the world's favorite substances—booze, weed, coke, MDMA, NOS, and ketamine—to examine how you can mitigate the damage they cause to your body.
I spoke with the writer and mental health advocate Notte about her upcoming presentation at this weekend's Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit, and what she found when she spoke to 1,300 people about navigating sex, relationships, and depression.