Can You Biohack Your Way to Happiness? I Tried to Find Out.
Would bulletproof coffee, an elimination diet, and giving my endorphins a zap help me in my quest to find bliss?
I Tried Cryotherapy to Cope with My Global Warming Anxiety
Spoiler alert: It was cold.
Does Cryotherapy Actually Help Your Muscles Recover?
There’s hardly any evidence that freezing your body helps muscles recover.
My Day of Wellness Made Me Feel Like Crap
Cupping. Guided Meditation. Alternate nostril breathing. Cryotherapy. Sensory deprivation float tank. I did it all—and more—on the same day.
We Investigate the Benefits of Cryotherapy on Today's 'Daily VICE'
VICE's Dylan Chenfeld heads to a Manhattan cryosauna to find out why people are paying hundreds of dollars to stand in freezing temperatures for a few minutes.
I Froze My Body for Three Minutes to Be Beautiful
For a recovering addict, doing insane things to your body for silly reasons isn't such a big deal.
Woman Who Died in Cryochamber Suffocated Before She Froze, Coroner Rules
What went wrong, and could it happen again?
Is Cryotherapy a Miraculous Cure-All or a Dangerous Health Fad?
Cryotherapy, the practice of standing or laying in a freezing chamber for up to three minutes, is becoming increasingly popular for its numerous, unproven health benefits. But are these alleged benefits worth the risk?
A Salon Manager Died in a Freak Cryochamber Accident
“There are no cameras in there. Basically, the only person that does know what happened is Chelsea."
MUNCHIES Presents: The World of Dave Asprey
Dave Asprey—the creator of Bulletproof Coffee and author of The Bulletproof Diet—has spent over $300,000 to hack his own biology. Our host Max Lugavere heads to Dave's biohacking facility outside of Victoria, BC.
Can Ken Shamrock Find Himself Again?
At 51 years old, Ken Shamrock is about to step into the cage with Kimbo Slice. He's out to prove that while he may have gotten older, he hasn't gone soft.
I Froze My Ass Off in a Tank of Nitrogen Gas to Feel Happier
Cryotherapy is supposedly a wonder treatment. Does it really work?