How Sydney Became Australia's Cocaine Capital
The fact you can sail a yacht in a straight line from Colombia to Sydney is just one part of the story.
How Meme Culture Brought Shannon Noll's Career Back From the Dead
In 2016 Nollsy posted this photo and something magical happened.
The Sinking of a Luxury Ferry and a Few Lessons on Survival
When the MS Estonia sank in 1994 only one in seven people managed to make it off. But as psychologists agree, survival that night wasn't entirely about luck.
Scientists Have a Fascinating New Map of the Human Brain on DMT
"It's almost as if people are seeing with their eyes closed."
Surprise: Your Bamboo Socks and Bed Sheets Aren't Sustainable
Here's why bamboo's green image is a lie.
What to Do When Anti-Anxiety Medication Kills Your Sex Drive
There's no perfect solution, but it's worth trying the following options.
Your Casual Cigarette Isn’t Much Better Than Full-Time Smoking
A new study suggests that just a few over the weekend is enough to substantially increase your chances of getting lung disease.
PTSD Can Supercharge Sex Drive and Researchers Aren't Sure Why
Many PTSD sufferers report a drop in libido, but for another subgroup, sex becomes an all-consuming obsession.
Are Fancy Candles Bad for Your Health? An Investigation
Unlike in food, there are absolutely no requirements for manufacturers to list aromas in candles. And some of the aromas are scary.
How ‘Bluelight’ Became a Life-Saving Encyclopedia of Drug Info
The internet's largest forum for drug discussion started life in the 90s as a message board called "MDMA Clearinghouse."
How Australia's Ban on Nicotine Vape Spawned a Thriving Black Market
Vape juice that contains nicotine is supposedly illegal. But thanks to loopholes in legislation it's everywhere.
The Rise and Fall of 'Red Mitsubishis': the Pill That Terrified Australia
In the 90s they were the pinga of choice. By the early 2000s they'd become public enemy number one.