Hypnosis can be easier than meditation for worriers who struggle to clear their minds.
As the thermometer drops, infection does become more likely—but it’s not because of the temperature.
The steam that fills up the paper bag? Don’t huff it.
Any strong emotional state could do the trick.
Cyclic vomiting syndrome is on the rise among adults, and marijuana use may be partially to blame.
Muscle spasms are a symptom for all kinds of serious disorders, but they’re more often just caused by stress and fatigue.
The procedure hardens nail polish using UV light—but not enough to do serious damage.
Trapped in a metal tube in the sky, I might be spreading my anxiety to those around me.
Concerns about “fan death” in Korea are unfounded, but persist because of the power of belief.
Cases of brain-infecting amoebae underscore the importance of purifying water before you pour it into your sinuses.
Can pants be so tight that they cause blood clots, or back pain?
Rarely, extending your neck over the ledge of a sink can cut off blood flow to the brain.
Six trite, absurd, insulting, expressions of the soul-sucking vortex known as humanity