A common sugar substitute found in everything from chewing gum to peanut butter can be deadly for man's best friend.
Your daily shower isn't usually a health risk, but for one man in England, it may have led to a serious eye infection.
A man in Gaza with an extremely rare skin condition dubbed "tree man syndrome" says his life has been changed by a pioneering surgical treatment.
People may be picking up rat lungworm disease by eating a fast-climbing creature that's part slug, part snail.
For one man in Brazil, a fallen strand of hair became more than a nuisance when it got embedded in his foot.
That may be true for the short missions astronauts have gone on so far. But Mars will be a different story.
When it comes to "bad" cholesterol, lower is usually better. But a new study suggests it may be possible for cholesterol levels to be too low.
Thousands of people claim to experience trypophobia, or a fear of clustered holes, but science hasn't settled on the origin of their fear.
A toddler died from an E. coli infection, and three other children fell ill with the same disease, after visiting the San Diego County Fair last month.
Although the exact cause of these experiences remains a mystery, the authors say the phenomenon may be tied to certain sleep abnormalities.
A rare psychological occurrence, Stockholm syndrome is when hostages develop positive feelings toward their captors during an abduction incident.
Not to spoil your summer pool fun, but outbreaks of "crypto," a swimming-related diarrheal illness, are on the rise.
If you know someone who enjoys cannabis, you've probably heard the letters 'CBD' thrown around lately. Short for cannabidiol, CBD is the focus of a new area of cannabis research.
People who showed signs of hidden consciousness after a brain injury were more likely to eventually recover.
A combination of cocaine and toxic pufferfish liver sent a Florida man to the emergency room, according to a new case report.
The journal that published the so-called "skull spike" study is now taking a second look at the research that went into it.
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