I don't know if you've noticed, but sometimes it kind of seems like the military doesn't hold the greatest regard for human life.
Headline writers will throw their journalist ethics into a Sarlacc pit at the first sniff of a signal from above.
Being an ER worker is like running the special effects department for a horror flick.
We talked to Sean Conroy, a physician assistant working in 'middle-of-nowhere Kansas,' about the reality of rural medicine.
If you don't have a strong stomach, the medical field might not exactly be for you.
There's nothing you can't do with computer generated imagery and wheelbarrows full of money.
Why are these questions unanswered? Perhaps Science is just a jerk.
Imagine a guy who society considers 'uncool' in every way. There's a significant chance he's suffering from a medical condition, and a treatable one at that.
Insanity is literally moments away from happening.
Under the microscope is a world of terror.
We humans tend to think that we successfully conquered the planet centuries ago and are currently sitting comfortably at the top of the food chain. But, well, not so fast.
History has an ample supply of borderline-supervillain mad scientists who have somehow managed to conduct some pretty horrifying experiments.