3 New Cases of ‘Super Gonorrhea’ Have Been Reported—But What Even Is It?

"Super" and "gonorrhea"—two words you never, ever want to hear together; and yet, here we are, because three people just got it. A British man and two Australians traveling together in southeast Asia developed super...

The Best Sports Bras For Women With Big Boobs

To all my ladies with big breasts, let's get one thing out in the open: There’s a major WTF moment happening right now in the fitness industry that’s leaving women with anything larger than a...

Ebola Outbreak 2018: Everything You Need To Know

It's already killed 23 people. By Jessica Migala Twenty-three people have died and 42 others have been infected in the latest Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo The virus has also been discovered...

7 Reasons You Should Definitely Masturbate Tonight

Yeah, you're welcome. By Macaela McKenzie for WomensHealthMag.com How do I love thee, masturbation...let me count the ways.... Well get ready, because your long list of reasons to love masturbating just got even longer. (YAS, Queen!) That's because upping...

Ankara seeks to defend lira amid concerns, dollar rally

Turkey has sought to prop up its embattled currency, which has been under pressure amid various economic concerns and an ongoing dollar rally. In a bid to give a relief to the currency, which hit a...

Do meditation apps work?

By Mary Ward In a New York Times interview earlier this month, Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds revealed he suffers from anxiety. "I have anxiety, I've always had anxiety," he said. "Both in the lighthearted 'I'm anxious...

DR Congo Ebola outbreak: WHO in emergency talks as cases spread

The World Health Organization (WHO) is to hold an emergency meeting to discuss the risk of Ebola spreading from the Democratic Republic of Congo. A panel will decide on Friday whether to declare a "public...

Cranberry Juice May Not Help Your UTI After All

But that's not stopping Ocean Spray. By Hannah Smothers Of course the head scientist for Ocean Spray has never had a urinary tract infection. With all that cranberry nectar at her disposal, Christina Khoo, the head...

Nestle to cut more sugar and salt in its products

JST -By VEVEY, Switzerland Nestle will make further cuts to the amount of sugar, salt and saturated fats in its products as it tries to improve the image of packaged foods in the eyes of...

Here’s what a liver looks like when years of heavy drinking leads to cirrhosis

Not for the faint hearted. By Melissa Matthews It's well known that drinking alcohol can take a toll on your waistline, heart health, and liver, but actually seeing the damage it wreaks inside your body might...

How What You Eat May Affect Your Brain Size

By Alice Park Can your diet affect your brain? A new study published in Neurology suggests that people who eat healthy diets may have larger brain volumes. Meike Vernooij, a professor in epidemiology and radiology at...

Do You Have The Right Opinions About Eggs, Or Are You A Monster?

I don't make the rules, I just enforce them. By Jessie Van Amburg Hello, I am a writer who has a lot of opinions about food (most recently, about how cauliflower crust is a sham and you should avoid...

20 Healthy Low-Carb Foods You Should Add To Your Shopping List

From avocados to watermelon. By Christine Yu Dec 22, 2017 It’s official: Low-carb diets are everywhere. From Keto to Paleo to good old Atkins and South Beach, chances are someone you know is cutting back their intake of...

Syphilis Rates Are Skyrocketing In California—But This STD Is Also On The Rise Throughout...

It's honestly terrifying. By Charlotte Hilton Andersen Cases of syphilis in California increased 20 percent from 2016 to 2017, according to new data from the California Department of Public Health Syphilis in women has increased nearly...

Israel has world’s greatest poultry-related carbon footprint

German nutrition retailer nu3 analyzed data from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN to assess which countries have the potential to significantly reduce their carbon footprint. By Eytan Halon Israel has the unenviable...

What should I eat to improve my skin?

By Emily Burch “Get radiant skin!” “Banish your pimples!” “Glow from the inside out!” These are some statements that pop up when asking Google the age-old question: what should I eat to improve my skin? Recommendations usually...

Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms Reversed in Flies by Balancing Enzymes

By Dana Dovey Researchers have reversed symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in fruit flies by adjusting the production of certain enzymes. The finding may open doors to exploring epigenetics as a potential avenue for Alzheimer’s disease...

What Causes PCOS? Scientists May Have Finally Found an Answer

By Kashmira Gander Polycystic Ovary Syndrome—the leading cause of infertility in women—could be triggered in the womb, according to scientists who have reversed the little-understood condition in mice. Researchers in France believe PCOS could be caused...

WHO urges global ban on trans fats

JST  -By SCOTT OLSON The World Health Organization on Monday unveiled a new plan to eliminate the use of trans fats, calling for the gains made against the harmful acids in richer countries to be...

Cure for Common Cold a Step Closer as Scientists Create New Virus-Blocking Molecule

By Kashmira Gander Scientists hope a new molecule which blocks the viruses which cause the common cold could one day consign the irritating condition to history. The common cold is tough to treat and vaccinate against because the...