This Week in Science
Birth Control Might Change Who Women Feel Attracted To
Women may be drawn to certain men because of the way they smell, and hormonal birth control could interfere.
'Phantom Pregnancy' Is One of the Most Bizarre Medical Mysteries
Her abdomen had swollen up like a pregnant woman’s and she looked like she could give birth any minute. But there was no baby.
Fast Food Probably Won't Make You Grow Man Boobs, But It's Complicated
A Chinese news story claims that a 19-year-old's sizable 'man boob' was caused by eating too much fast food. We asked experts if this is possible.
The UK Should Be Very Worried About the Future of Its Food
Post-Brexit trade deals with America look like a race to the bottom for the farming industry, animal welfare and public health.
Study Finds MDMA May Be More Dangerous for Women Than Men
They are two to three times more likely to seek emergency medical treatment after taking MDMA.
Team USA's First Trans Athlete on the Future of Equality in Sports
"It's one thing for me to address the issue at a national level, but in many cases for the local level, it takes a student to challenge it, and that takes a lot of courage."
Hops Could Help You Fight Breast Cancer
With breast cancer affecting some 246,660 American women and 2,600 men every year, this is good news for beer drinkers of all genders.
The Argument for Masturbating During Childbirth
A growing number of women are using orgasms instead of drugs to "take the edge off" the pain of giving birth.
Dispelling the Myths Around Trans People Detransitioning
A number of stories in the press have appeared alleging that trans people are seeking to reverse their gender reassignment. But are they? And if so, what are the real reasons behind their decisions?
Beautiful Portraits of Trans People
We spoke to Montreal photographer Yannick Fornacciari about his latest series.
The VICE Guide to Mental Health
Female Hormones Can Make a Bloody Mess of Your Mental Health
It's time people took the mental repercussions of periods seriously.
Growing Up as a Transgender Indigenous Australian
I was given the name Kaitlyn when I was a baby, but my name is Kai now. I'm 19 years old, and I'm from the Wakka Wakka and Wulli Wulli nations.