Cancer

mental health

The More I Allowed Myself to Feel My Anxiety, the Less it Bothered Me​

My coping mechanisms had been avoidant behavior all along.
Sarah Watts
1.22.19
Food

Gluten Is Perfectly Fine for the Vast Majority of People

There’s almost no proof that going gluten-free will do the average person any favours.
Markham Heid
1.14.19
Science

The Strange Story of the Lab Mouse Bred to Die

The "Oncomouse" was developed to help scientists cure cancer. The catch is that it develops breast cancer six months into its existence.
Gavin Haynes
1.10.19
Sobriety Check

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Stop Drinking

Here's how a substantial phase of sobriety could affect your immune system, sleep, and even your skin.
Grant Stoddard
1.9.19
Eat This

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Fast Food a Lot

The Happy Meal may be one of the most paradoxically named products to ever hit the market.
Grant Stoddard
11.12.18
How to Exist OK

What It's Like Knowing You'll Die of Cancer at 35

"I’ve realised that it’s not my job to make anyone feel good. It’s my job to be honest."
Gideon Jacobs
11.4.18
Health

The YouTuber Who Created a Worldwide Community Through His Cancer

All through this year, Dan Thomas vlogged the emotional and physical tribulations his sarcomatoid carcinoma put him through.
James Nolan
10.29.18
Australia Today

Australia is Set to Become the First Country to Eliminate Cervical Cancer

Within the next 20 years, cervical cancer may no longer be considered a public health problem.
Gavin Butler
10.4.18
News

All the News You Need to Read This Morning

Middle class drug users will be targeted, says Home Secretary.
VICE Staff
10.2.18
Smoking

Former Smokers Might Want to Eat More Tomatoes

A new study suggests diets high in fresh fruit could help lungs damaged from smoking.
Jesse Hicks
8.6.18
summer

Summer Sucks and It's Going to Kill You

Here are all the ways you can die from the worst season.
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
7.13.18
Cancer

'Cancer Is One of the Best Things That's Happened to Me'

A conversation with a two-time cancer survivor.
VICE Staff
6.20.18
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