The measles has taken to the internet, earnestly thanking the anti-vaccination crowd for giving it a second chance.
It’s official. Your mom’s friend Karen is more credible than government-funded medical professionals.
It’s official, it only takes two hours of Googling before you become an expert in whatever it is you’re arguing.
One particularly religious manager is in hot water after following the Old Testament to the letter, smiting his entire staff for turning up on the Sabbath.
A recent shark attack in Tampa Bay almost spooled out of control. Fortunately, a man packing his own shark was well within his rights to save the day.
Consider it official. Thanks to the findings of a recent study, those men who rate themselves a “decent 7” are barely a “5.”
One woman’s trip to the Google emergency room has landed her in a predicament. Reiki and Yoga has been ineffectual in treating her terminal condition. So, now what?
Don’t roll your eyes at your dad the next time he puns, because it might not be his fault.
Where do the anti-vaccine, pro-disease crowd turn to for professional advice? A television doctor, of course.
They say it got smart, then really smart. News (sort of) out of the U.S. explains how a med robot has a larger office than you.