There are plenty of good reasons to work up a sweat. Detoxifying your body isn’t one of them.
Health & Body Horrors
An Oregon woman’s infection marks the first time on record that an eye worm species normally found in cattle has been seen in humans.
The curious case of a woman who can smell Parkinson’s reminds us our noses are our first defense against illness.
A host of potential pathogens lurks in each slobbery or scratchy lick.
While our ancient ancestors did practice cannibalism, eating other humans just couldn’t compare with taking down a mammoth.
After decades of drug testing on mostly men, a new device may help tailor treatments for different genders.
From roaches in noses to leeches in nether regions, here are the animals most likely to get under your skin.
Take a peek (if you dare) at weird wonders from the Morbid Anatomy Museum, which just closed its doors for the last time.
Women astronauts face the question: to menstruate or not?