An ounce of prevention beats a pound of cure, and it turns out cocktails help prevent colds by strengthening the immune system. Have an ounce of prevention on us this season. More
Designer Jake Evill made a medical device that looks like jewelry. More
A U.K. student developed a line of medical accessories. More
Have you ever had a camera shoved down your throat? Let me tell you, it is not fun if you have a sensitive gag reflex. However, a doctor in Sacramento seems to feel that being nervous about having an upper-gastrointestinal endoscopy is just hilarious – and that recommending oral sex to his patients is somehow appropriate. (Pro-tip: It is not.) More
A new study shows that although most people think a cough ought to last no more than a week or so, the duration of the most annoying symptom of winter illness is about 18 days — and could be more than three weeks.
You know when people get that weird “plastic surgery face” wherein you can’t really tell how old they are, but you assume they’re old enough to have visible signs of aging, hence the plastic surgery? More
Filmmaker Liz Canner took a job editing erotic videos. Sounds normal, right? It turns out that the videos were to be used by a pharmaceutical company as part of a focus group for a drug they were working on – a possible “Viagra for women.” The project led Canner on a mission to find out whether pharmaceutical companies, including the one she worked for, were exploiting female sexuality to make money. More
Dr. Drew, the doctor-turned-TV-star who has hosted Loveline, Celebrity Rehab, and the Teen Mom reunions, is getting his own show on HLN. Although his previous forays into television have relied on his medical expertise – Drew, whose workaday last name is Pinsky, is an addiction and recovery specialist – this one will be a more general news and current events discussion program a la the network’s shows with Larry King and Joy Behar. However, I‘ve expressed my dislike for Drew before, and I don’t think I am going to watch his show. If you do, though, here’s what I predict you’ll see: More
Everyone keeps talking about how being in love can cure pain. There’s all these studies that have come out recently making claims that love produces hormones and some other chemical mumbo jumbo that replace feelings of pain, hurt and agony. A recent YourTango article looks into these studies and suggests that maybe romantic love can replace painkillers. Well, I’m looking into these studies and I suggest that romantic love can never replace painkillers. I’m not talking about being addicted to painkillers. I’m talking about how romantic love can never have the success rate of painkillers such as ibuprofen, and more specifically Advil. It’s not that I don’t think falling in love isn’t great, because it is. But when you’re in pain, Advil is a more dependable, viable painkiller than romantic love. More
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William Breathes is living the high life. He doesn’t work a nine to five, sit in a cubical, nor wear a suit to work. Breathes is a pot critic. His job involves rolling blunts, taking bong hits, and writing about it. … More
When it comes to healthy living, there’s no one we trust more to give us ideas and encouragement more than our sister site Blisstree.com. Here are a couple of their greatest hits from this week: Swimsuit Guide: Poolside Looks with … More
Forget Viagra – a new pill that claims to be able to prevent premature ejaculation and make men last three times as long during sex will be available in the UK starting tomorrow. The pill, Priligy, is already on sale … More
Mr. Freeze Portable Auto Ice Maker – MIM15 Price: $169.99 USD It might work just fine in the car, but what about in your office? You would have ice sitting on the corner of your desk at all times! Just … More