Natasha Coates' scalp erupts into angry burns and blisters when her hair grows. Despite this, she is an award winning gymnast with 22 titles under her belt.
People who humblebrag often are seen as untrustworthy and less likeable in general, but most people humblebrag some time or the other.
Breakfasts would be limited to 400 calories and lunches and dinners to 600 calories under the proposed rules.
New research could one day lead to the development of an antidote for ricin, according to German scientists.
The Pineapple Fund will match donations to the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies dollar for dollar.
Stephanie Chase has a brain disorder which means she is not able to recognize her own face, or the faces of others.
Researchers found that blue light from the sun causes the fat cells that lie just beneath our skin to store less fat than usual.
Donald Trump looks at changing health rules so that unemployed people might need a job to get Medicaid coverage.
Five-year-old Braylynn Lawhon was diagnosed with Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma - one of the deadliest forms of brain cancer - on 6 December.
Dana Scatton from Pennsylvania was diagnosed with DIPG (diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma), a rare form of cancer with no possible cure.
Alyssa Alcaraz's organs shut down just a few hours after she was rushed to the emergency ward in California.
Report reveals direct link between vitamin D and testosterone levels after extensive International Index of Erectile Function tests on older men.
A study suggests that women are less likely to apply for a job if it demands intellectual genius, as they view it as a male attribute.
A study by British scientists shows that around 69% of people who ever tried cigarettes go on to smoking daily for some time.
The ingestible sensors offer a potential diagnostic tool for many disorders of the gut from food nutrient malabsorption to colon cancer.
The new research will enable researchers to better understand rare muscle diseases and develop new, personalized, regenerative therapies.
Researchers studied 50 years of child mortality in 20 members of the OECD. The US was the country with the highest death rates for infants and kids in their late teens.
Researchers at University College Hospital, London, have found a new treatment for erectile dysfunction using a compound that forms dynamite.
Around 1.5m women in the UK, including Carla Cressy, are currently living with the little-understood condition
By examining behaviour on Instagram, researchers sought to find out what narcissistic individuals think of fellow narcissists.