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.
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.”
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.
Recent Harvard study confirms it: dissenting anti-vaccer and anti-GMO commenters on Internet articles can only be smarter than publishers.
A brand new study discovered that the majority of an audience only read the headline of an article before commenting or sharing.