There are plenty of good reasons to work up a sweat. Detoxifying your body isn’t one of them.
Health & Body Horrors
Hint: A brain-infesting worm carried by gastropods is spreading around the world.
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?