A case report suggests that CBD oil contributed to someone's death. Some scientists—and the weed industry—aren’t so sure.
People are buying into claims that drinking unregulated, potentially harmful substances—including dissolved silver and a bleaching chemical—will protect them from COVID-19. VICE investigates the rising trend, and the people profiting from it.
"[W]e are not heroes and we don't deserve any special kudos," fetish site MedFetUK tweeted. "We just did the obvious and only right thing to do."
Sleep is still a bit of a mystery, even to the experts, but they're learning more about it every day. We called a sleep expert and picked her brain about why, how and when we nod off.
He admits that he refused the antibiotics the doctors prescribed him because he "didn't want to take any medicines."
This comes in as the country's first case of coronavirus is confirmed in Kerala.
America continues to lead—and to innovate.
"Aimovig" has been found to reduce the frequency and severity of migraines. But it will cost Australian patients about $800 a month.
Experiments on Earth suggest that cancer cells are radically affected by near-zero gravity conditions.
When she checked back into hospital, doctors thought the woman's cancer might have relapsed—until they found her intestines riddled with fly larvae.
Nocebo is the evil twin of the placebo effect—and my constant companion. I set out to find out what it is, and how I could learn to harness the more positive effects of medical mind games.