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Drugs

Scientists Gave MDMA to Octopuses and They Started Hugging

Omg keep touching my tentacle.
Evan Young
15 hours ago
The Nice Guide to Right Now

Goats Like to See Us Smile, According to Science

Maybe they're not just after our shrubbery.
Nicole Clark
8.29.18
Science

How Dick Size Matters to Men's Health

Penis size impacts men’s self esteem, health choices, and more.
Mack Lamoureux
6.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

This Professor Needs Thousands of Dick Pics for Her Study on Penis Size

She's searching for at least 3,600 adult men to measure their junk and snap some nudes for science.
River Donaghey
6.27.18
Good Manners

Inside One of Australia's Only Etiquette Schools

Yes, students walk around with actual books on their head.
Natasha Patch
5.16.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Here's Even More Evidence That Hand Dryers Are Pretty Disgusting

A new study found that they're actually blowing bacteria onto your hands. Gross!
River Donaghey
4.12.18
Conspiracies

Why We’re Thinking About Conspiracy Theorists Wrong

A study of millions of Reddit posts found there are people who fit the typical conspiracy caricature, but they’re not the majority.
Mack Lamoureux
4.11.18
entertainment

Shocking Study: Films That Feature More Than Just White People Make Money

Diversity in film is apparently a thing people want to see more of and its showing.
Noel Ransome
3.1.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Legal Weed Might Be Getting Pedestrians Killed, Study Finds

Deaths on US roadways shot up in states where weed is legal in 2017—and dropped across the rest of the country.
Drew Schwartz
2.28.18
travel

Study Finds That Jerks Visit Cool Countries Because They'll Probably Get 'Likes'

Researchers asked 758 travelers about their motives. The results were depressing.
Julian Morgans
12.13.17
Vice Guide to Right Now

Dogs Are Kept Awake by Their Worries, Just Like Us Pathetic Humans

No word yet on whether or not they're worrying about saying "you too" to a waiter who said "enjoy your meal".
Issy Beech
10.26.17
The VICE Guide to Right Now

People Who Take Psychedelics Are Less Likely to Commit Violent Crimes, Study Says

Research indicates "lifetime" use of drugs like magic mushrooms or LSD actually lessen the chance a person will commit a crime like theft or assault.
Louise Matsakis
10.24.17