Diseases

Health

This YouTuber's Battle with Cancer Showed Us How to Live Courageously

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

How to Do a Family Medical History

It can be important for detecting serious conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, cancer, and strokes.
Cindy Kuzma
7.11.18
VICELAND

2 Chainz Works Out at the World's Most Expensive Gym

Tune into VICELAND Wednesday for the latest from 'MOST EXPENSIVEST,' along with a new episode of 'THE TRIXIE & KATYA SHOW.'
VICE Staff
11.22.17
STD Glossary

Everything You Need to Know About Chlamydia

Two-thirds of all reported chlamydia cases were people between the ages of 15 and 24.
Eric Spitznagel
9.12.17
you don't want that

When an AI Invents Diseases, You End Up With 'Penis Arthritis'

Research scientist Janelle Shane trained a neural network to make up fake diseases.
Kaleigh Rogers
9.5.17
healthcare

Here's What It Looks Like When a Gene Test Says You're Prone to Alzheimer's

Is 23andMe doing enough to ease the concerns of people who are at risk?
Olga Oksman
4.17.17
Whoa

Everyone's Favorite Gene Editor Can Now Detect Infections

We love you, CRISPR.
Jesse Hicks
4.13.17
humans of the year

Christine Curry Is Helping Expecting Mothers With Zika Prepare For an Uncertain Future

The Florida doctor is one of the leaders in the fight against the debilitating disease.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
4.12.17
It's Science

We Talked to the Scientists Turning Roadkill into Medicine

The process involves harrowing road trips and a lot of really disgusting Q-tips.
Eric Spitznagel
4.5.17
STDs

Everything You Need to Know About Herpes and Sex

A guide to not passing along the world's most common STI.
Cindy Kuzma
2.15.17
Meducation

What It's Like to Be a Professional Drug Hunter

And why it's remarkable that we've managed to cure anything at all.
Bob Larkin
1.18.17
fun with science

Why Viruses Kill More Men Than Women

A new study suggests it's not what science previously thought.
Denny Watkins
12.15.16
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