Social Services Can Threaten Families of Children with Chronic Fatigue
Myalgic encephalomyelitis, or ME, is little understood by the general public. That lands some parents in the firing line.
Should You Get Back With Your Ex?
Sixty percent of Americans say they would get back with their ex. But is it ever a good idea?
When Your Child Has a Rare Medical Condition Doctors Can't Diagnose
Every year, around 6,000 children are born in the UK with complex genetic conditions that cannot be diagnosed. Two moms tell us what it's like to raise kids who suffer from a syndrome without a name (SWAN).
When You Have All the Symptoms of Pregnancy, Minus the Actual Baby
Licensed practical nurse Cristal Lujan had a swollen belly, morning sickness, and all the signs of early pregnancy—but an ultrasound indicated otherwise.
The Two Schoolgirls Who Fooled the World Into Believing in Fairies
With some hatpins, cardboard, and a borrowed camera, Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths created the Cottingley Fairies—one of the biggest photographic hoaxes of the 20th century.
Inside the Kinky, Brightly Colored World of Clown Fetishists
After last year's creepy clown sightings, Pornhub searches for "clown porn" went up 213 percent—and women were apparently 33 percent more likely to search for it than men. So what's the attraction?
Twinless Twins: The Unique, Heartbreaking Grief of Losing a Twin Sibling
The relationship between twins has been described as the "closest and most enduring of all human relationships.” So what happens when one unexpectedly passes away?
Blood Bond: Real Life Vampires and the 'Black Swan' Donors Who Feed Them
Real-life vampires exist, and many believe they suffer from a health condition that makes them dependent on human blood. Luckily, there are some who are all too happy to help them out.
Uncovering the Dead at a Victorian Mummy Unwrapping Party
In the 19th century, upper class society got their kicks from unraveling Egyptian mummies to see what lay beneath. I went to a re-enactment of the creepy practice in London.
'It Was Really Disgusting': What Sexual Harassment Looks Like at 30,000 Feet
Female cabin crew have been sexually objectified since Pan Am's 60s heyday. Women in the industry say it's making their jobs a transatlantic nightmare.
Riding the Wave of Feminism: Meet the Female Surfers of Iran
When she traveled to Iran in 2010, Irish competitive surfer Dr Easkey Britton was one of the first to bring surfing to the country. Five years on, Persian women are getting onto their boards and leaving men in their dust.
Clips Ahoy: The Manicured World of Toenail Clipping Fetishists
Ever been turned on by a sexy mani-pedi? What about eating someone's discarded toenail clippings? We spoke to dominatrices and submissives about the foot fetish world's pedicured cousin.