By examining behaviour on Instagram, researchers sought to find out what narcissistic individuals think of fellow narcissists.
The human body has evolved to handle only a certain amount of temperature changes on Earth. Space, however, presents a whole new level of challenges and physical stress.
Scientific studies show that while capsaicin is effective in curbing various health issues, hot sauce has other ingredients that may be more harmful than beneficial.
There is already evidence to suggest that the drug can disrupt the reproductive system in male children, but the effect on females was not known.
A study looking at the physical effects smelling their partners' t-shirt had on women that were about to be confronted with stressful scenarios found it helped fight the stress.
The low-carb ketogenic diet has come last in a list of regimes recommended by many top health experts.
What could possibly be bringing in over 100 men a month to a clinic in Thailand? It's a new popular procedure known as penis whitening.
Trehalose, found in a range of products from cakes to noodles, is metabolised by the killer bacteria Clostridium difficile (C. diff), an infection that attacks the bowels.
A completely unique tour company decided to burn some calories to raise awareness for World Braille Day.
A 64-year-old mistook nail glue for his prescribed eye drops, leaving doctors with no choice but to pry the eye open to get the glue out.
California has legalised the sale of recreational marijuana, and it's no surprise its retail outlets emulate California's most successful brand.
A new study claims that global warming not only destroys the planet, it also hurts people's earning capacity in future.
A bizarre new trend has emerged in California's Silicon Valley, with people eagerly buying large glass containers filled with unfiltered, unsterilised water, billed as "raw water".
The 68-year-old pensioner was diagnosed with myeloma (blood cancer) in 2007 and underwent chemotherapy and stem cell treatments, but her cancer relapsed.
The ASA took the clip down citing it as an "irresponsible" advertisement that makes the new mothers feel vulnerable about the physical changes