People who expect themselves to reach unrealistic heights may be prone to reaching for the bottle.
Taji gets his teeth whitened at a poorly reviewed orthodontist's office.
We spoke to a doctor with experience in what happens when a cocaine pellet ruptures internally
Turns out swinging battle axes around in full-body armor is pretty good exercise.
In Paraguay, as many as one in two people are considered obese. But beauty has many forms, and in Asuncion, there’s a unique pageant catering to a particular kind of beauty.
The crisis line has provided little clarity on when and why callers in distress could face unwanted police intervention.
A couple discusses figuring how to enjoy themselves again after “sex became this medicalized thing.”
“I’ve definitely been sexually attracted to a lot of guys who other people found ugly.”
If you want to fight for abortion access, give to these local organizations helping people on the ground.
Healing from a BBL can take six to 12 months. A new industry—with little regulation—has sprung up to care for those pursuing an Instagrammable peach.
Freaking out about microplastics feels pointless, so why not laugh instead?
Madolline Gourley said she was asked whether she’d had an abortion after being detained at LAX in June. Customs and Border Protection officials have now told her asking travellers about "termination of pregnancy" is in line with their policies.
“I feel strongly that I was a victim of a law that harms women,” Andrea Prudente told VICE World News, as she launched a legal challenge against Malta's total ban on abortion.
“All of a sudden, we have to say, ‘I would do this in a heartbeat if I could—but I can’t.’”
The coffee giant has repeatedly argued it can’t change benefits for unionizing stores, but this move will impact unionizing stores.
“It's the first time in my life I was denied care by a medical professional.”
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