From traditional to ancient to modern, take a look at the amazing medicine’s that mankind has discovered and made!
Woman Who Claimed Veganism And Prayers Cured Her Cancer Dies Of Cancer
Her niece not only claimed that veganism cured her, but blames her death on the fact that she consumed meat.
Lili Elbe’s Tragic Life As A Transgender Pioneer
Lili Elbe was born Einar Wegener, and spent her entire life trying to choose between the man she was born as, and the woman she wanted to become.
Meet The Candiru – The Penis Probing Fish Of Your Nightmares
The candiru is a tiny, but fearsome, beast that lives in the rivers of the Amazon, and has a penchant for swimming into the human penis.
25 Dramatic Photos Of Combat Medics In Action Throughout History
These powerful photos of combat medics from the Civil War to Vietnam show some of history's greatest unsung heroes in action.
Black Death Symptoms: See If You Have The Bubonic Plague Right Now
Are you experiencing black death symptoms? The Bubonic Plague isn't nearly as prevalent as it used to be, but it's not completely eradicated.
Woman Pulls 14 Worms From Eye Due To Rare Infection
A woman from Oregon thought she had a stray eyelash stuck in her eye. Turns out it was just a parasitic worm.
Did Desiree Jennings Fake Dystonia Or Was She Infected By A Flu Shot?
Desiree Jennings and her "doctor" claim that small amounts of mercury from a flu vaccine were responsible for her condition.
Indiana Mom Makes Daughter Drink Bleach To Cure Autism
The mother read about the cure in a Facebook group, and decided to try it on her child herself.
The Horrifying History Of The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum
The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum was supposed to be a place of peace and restoration, but it soon devolved into madness and destruction.
Vin Mariani — The Cocaine-Laced Wine Loved By Popes, Thomas Edison, And Ulysses S. Grant
Vin Mariani was advertised to reduce your hunger, aid digestion, cure the flu, and best of all, fill you with energy.
Inside The Grisly Phenomenon Of Coffin Births
Thanks to embalming practices, coffin births rarely occur these days. However, between the 1600s and 1800s, it wasn't that uncommon for a deceased woman to give birth.