If you won't quit for your baby, will you quit for a $50 gift card?
An Australian woman suffered a complicated leg injury. and now skinny jeans are bad.
When I look in the mirror, I can't see my whole face any more, just my eyes and nose.
Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) prevents HIV infections in HIV negative people through a continuous daily regimen of Truvada. Truvada is an antiretroviral medication that blocks the enzymes that HIV needs to "infect" a person.
Though we know that HIV can affect anyone, the face of the HIV crisis has often been that of a white, gay man. To show the wider range of individuals dealing with HIV, we sat down with three women who are living their lives HIV positive.
Sufferers aren't just "being tired all the time"—their brains can't connect properly to the spinal nerve tracts and so fail to control vital bodily functions. It's time we started taking it seriously.
Australia's 15 years of taxing periods may finally be coming to an end soon. But why has this recent campaign been more successful than previous attempts?
Years after being raped, Pavan Amara couldn't look in the mirror or bear being touched—even by a doctor. Now, with the NHS, she's set up My Body Back, a clinic for women with the same issues.
I hated myself for blindly filling prescriptions and taking the advice provided by the "rehabilitation team" surrounding me in Canada. I needed a change.
"People stare, point, and a whisper a lot. I'm a lot better at dealing with it than I used to be—there have been times when I didn't want to go out for fear of being mocked."
A new study authorized by the FDA focusing on subjects suffering from severe anxiety stemming from a life-threatening condition aims to find out.
What does the British capital's mayor control and why should Britons care?
May 20, 2015
Is coffee slowly killing us, or turning us into an army of invincible warriors with iron dicks?
Short-sightedness among young people is on the rise across Europe, a study has found, and the culprit might be the screen you're looking at right now.
"It's all about profit and not about compassion or about care."
I've had chronic pain in the pit of my stomach for about two and a half years. I move around sluggishly, the color drained from my face, always distracted by what's going on in my bowels.
The National Heart Foundation has nominated the Darling Downs-Maranoa region of Queensland as the fattest part of Australia. We called some locals to see if they disagreed.
My diagnosis in a clinic four years ago felt rushed and robotic. Looking back, I'd much rather have used a home-testing kit and let it all sink in before getting clinical support.
The idea that someone could lie for so long about a terminal illness is despicable, but it shows how vulnerable audiences are to feel-good stories that tell them what they want to hear.
We talk to the author of a new book on the epidemic of impotence in China and look at how people's attitudes toward sexuality are changing in the country.
Does casual smoking actually work? We asked some experts to find out.
We met some of the HIV positive "health tourists" in the UK to ask if it would be better for Great Britain's tax payers if they just went somewhere and died.
A future in which we can cure infertility by way of sperm-making machines could be on the horizon.
Women (and some men) marched with fake bloodied underpants on their heads, hoping to draw attention to one of Britain's most ridiculous taxations.