This Guy Got Attacked by a Mountain Lion and Killed It with His Bare Hands

"Everyone is baffled and impressed. He had no weapons, no knives or trekking poles with him. How did he do it?"


An Australian Hospital Will Trial Magic Mushroom Therapy for Dying Patients

Australia's first shroom trial is set to take place at Melbourne's St. Vincent's Hospital in April.


'Walking the Dog at the Hospital,' Today's Comic by Scott Travis

Not only are dogs man's best friend, but they also make great therapists.


'Mock Trial,' Today's Comic by Anthony Wislar

A man wonders about the mysteries of life as travels through a lush forest.


This Russian Company Sells Zero-Day Exploits for Hospital Software

Moscow-based Gleg provides zero-day exploits for medical software, and those in the medical industry are concerned about disclosure. But the exploits themselves may not be all that important in real world attacks.


A Carolina Reaper Pepper Sent a Man to the Hospital With ‘Thunderclap’ Headaches

It’s the first report of this kind of thing happening.


The Insane Things Hospitals Can Charge You for When You Give Birth

“I was charged $4,800 for ‘nursery care’ when my daughter never left my hospital room."


Inside Syrian refugees' battle to get healthcare

It's incredibly difficult for unregistered Syrian refugees to access healthcare in the countries they have taken refuge in.


Ten Questions You've Always Wanted to Ask Someone Who's Been in a Coma

After being diagnosed with a heart condition, Lauren was in an induced coma for nearly three weeks.


Brooklyn Hospital Illegally Charged Women for Their Rape Exams

Investigators determined that out of the 86 rape exams the hospital had conducted between January 2015 and February 2017, 85 were improperly billed for. Some of those cases even went to collections.


You Had to Be a Little Insane to Be a Surgeon in the 1800s

Back then surgery was nothing but rivers of pus and filth and it's a miracle the human race survived.