Blisters on your feet – almost everyone will experience these annoying and painful pests at some point. Usually they are easy enough to get rid of: pop and drain with a clean needle and they are soon forgotten. However, this man let his blister
Misophoniaa term coined by researchers studying ear ringing in the early 2000s [PDF] means hatred of sound, but it generally refers to a hatred of specifically human sounds. These are often related to eating (like lip smacking or chewing) or related to repetitive sounds
Two children were interviewed and asked the same questions. Both children are six years old, in the first grade, and have the same family structure, but their answers are very different. The reason? One of them has ADHD. What are your thoughts on this
One of the most important (and largest nerves) in your body is the sciatic nerve. This nerve begins at the lower spine and runs all the way to the foot, running through the buttocks and lower extremities along the way. For the legs, the
This video gives us an insight on what happens to our body when we break a bone. What are your thoughts on this clip? We would love to hear from you. Do leave us a comment in the section below. Also do remember to
On a hot day in the middle of summer, theres often nothing that you crave more than a nice, icy-cold glass of water to help relieve you of the heat and humidity. But if you find yourself reaching for the ice tray, you might
Stretching is an essential component of both exercise and health, as it helps to maintain flexibility and range of motion in your joints. It is easy to forget to stretch before a workout, perhaps because we do not know exactly why it is that
In my household, you’ll always find certain things in the fridge. You’ll get find the vegetables like broccoli and spinach down below, the lunch meats and bacon in the drawer, and the dairy like butter and milk up top. We also always have some
Ron’s ceaseless belching was causing sleepless nights, problems at work and at home. On the edge of sanity, Ron began to contemplate suicide as a way to finally get some peace. After many visits to the doctor, the source of his affliction is finally
Doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital performed the first U.S. penis transplant, they said Monday, calling it a landmark procedure. Thomas Manning, 64, is recovering well after the 15-hour procedure performed by a team of over 50 surgeons, doctors and nurses, this month, according to
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