Several People Have Died From A Bacteria Found In Oysters — We Spoke To Experts And Here's What You Need To Know
Vibrio vulnificus, a bacteria sometimes found in raw oysters, is the cause of an estimated 100 deaths and 80,000 illnesses in the United States each year, according to the CDC.
"I hope that one person sees this, gets a colonoscopy, or goes to the doctor for something they've been putting off, and it saves them."
"Everyone has been lying saying, 'Oh, smaller portions.' You are on Ozempic or one of those things, or you got work done."
I Tried This Creator's Viral Sleep Routine That She Says Gives Her The Best Sleep Ever, And The Lack Of Bags Under My Eyes In The Morning Showed Me She's 100% Correct
Once I saw @HannahChody bust out the silk sleep mask and mouth tape, I knew I had to try out her sleep routine for myself.
"The patient's hand got stuck in a mechanical press, and when they got it out — and I cannot stress this enough — it was as flat as a piece of paper. His three middle fingers were cartoonish looking because of how flat they were."
The author, YouTuber, and all-round goofy science guy says doctors are feeling positive about his treatment plan.
"I went to the bathroom shortly after sitting up, and low and behold, something was hanging out of me."
Women Are Speaking Up About Chin Infections From Kissing Their Bearded Partners So We Spoke To Experts About Why This Happens And How To Treat It
A new fear has officially been unlocked after women on the internet have been sharing their experiences of getting rashes and infections on their faces after kissing men with facial hair.
Nine months lead up to one absolutely unforgettable day.
A TikTok Video Explaining "Coffin Birth" Just Went Viral, And It's As Intense, Wild, And Dark As It Sounds
The phenomenon is scientifically known as "postmortem fetal extrusion."
Eli Lilly Reduced The Price Of Insulin To $35 Per Month, And This Guy Who Trolled The Company Can Take Some Credit
Writer Sean Morrow, pretending to be pharmaceutical company Eli Lilly, tweeted “insulin is free now” in November. Now it almost is.
"I Wore Them Probably 95% Of The Time": This Woman Lived In Sports Bras Until She Had An Eye-Opening Health Scare
"If you wear a sports bra all the time, you need to stop."
"I'd like to unsubscribe."
Most types of cosmetic surgeries or treatments are safe, but here are a few that plastic surgeons say they could never get themselves — or that they are careful to use only for specific patients.
“I think it’s definitely scarier when you need to do it versus just doing it preventatively.”
People are documenting their journeys and sharing tips on TikTok about how to quit vaping, including what to expect during nicotine withdrawal.
A Dermatologist Shared How To Treat Penile Frostbite After Prince Harry Went Viral For Sharing How He Used His Mother’s Face Cream On His “Todger”
A dermatologist and pharmacist spoke with BuzzFeed News about how to actually treat frostbite, and what you should and shouldn’t put near your genitals.
Hailey Bieber Said She Experienced "A Little Bit Of PTSD" After Her Mini-Stroke: "It Was So Terrifying, So Jarring, So Discombobulating"
"It was so terrifying, so jarring, so discombobulating in every single way that you could imagine."
How To Tell Your "Winter Blues" Is Actually Seasonal Affective Disorder, According To Health Experts
Plus, the 16 ways you can combat it this winter season.
It's called self-care, and it's well-deserved when you have to bleed from your vagina once a month.
When it comes to health, 2022 was intense, to say the least. Even though there were outbreaks of RSV, flu, mpox, and more COVID, there was some good news this year.
"Something I've noticed in my horror consumption is that a lot of monsters looked like me, and that's why people are terrified. Very few people talk about this aspect of disability representation."
"If I Can Do This, You Can Do This" — An American Woman Froze Her Eggs In London For 1/3 Of The Cost
"Egg freezing is an option for those that think they want to have children one day but aren’t ready right now," Brittany Allyn said. "I think it’s such a special opportunity our generation has that allows us to take back some control in our fertility."
These people are a danger to society, in more ways than one.
Photos of Emmanuel’s owner cuddling the bird had experts concerned about the illness spreading to humans, but it turns out he was just stressed.
Planned Parenthood said Blonde is anti-abortion propaganda: "Every pregnancy outcome — especially abortion — should be portrayed sensitively, authentically, and accurately in the media."
32 Things That Have Happened With Abortion Rights Since The Supreme Court Overturned Roe V. Wade 100 Days Ago
Here's what the first 100 days have looked like:
Nurses Are Sharing Little Signals For Patients To Spot That Show A Doctor Or Therapist Won't Be Helpful
"Ask the nurse about the doctor when it’s just them in the room. If they say something vague like, 'We have very good providers here,' but don’t specifically say anything about your specific provider, that’s a red flag."
People Who Have Anxiety Are Sharing Their Best Coping Strategies, And As A Fellow Anxious Person, I Appreciate These Suggestions
"I try to be mindful of what that feeling is, where it is, and just be curious about it. Then, I try to welcome the feeling of anxiety. I often say something like, 'Oh hey, it’s you again. You can stay as long as you need. It’s safe here!'"
This Woman With Vitiligo Highlights Her Spots To Match Her Outfit, And People Love How She Embraces Her Beauty
Internet, meet 28-year-old Amara Aleman, a creator who's gained massive attention online for highlighting her vitiligo with designs. "I hope to continue sharing this art form in spaces that will help change the narrative around what is beautiful," she told BuzzFeed.