We've proven that we will shove any random slurry down our throats if we're told it'll miraculously cure our hairy molars or medulla pimples or combustible priapism.
We spoke to Doug Woodhams, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps reserves. He happened to be in Liberia when an Ebola outbreak occurred, and found himself at its epicenter.
It turns out that some of the lessons Captain Planet taught are about as useful as telling people to wipe their butts with recycled uranium fuel rods.
If you thought things like chest hair implants were bizarre, then prepare to feast upon this hideousness.
We're here to break what we call the 'Circle Of Dumbass,' wherein one dumbass passes down bunk knowledge to another and then it passes again, and again ...
Here for your new-life-starting pleasure, are the most scientifically promising ways that we might one day be able to swap bodies with some rube.
Guess what: scientists are just normal people who get up every morning, drive to work, and occasionally screw up in excruciatingly highfalutin' ways.
Science is the coolest thing in the Universe, and it can prove it.
Science is awesome. And science news is the kind of stuff we should really be digesting the most of.
Can humanity ruin this awesome science stuff? Spoiler alert: Yes.
We spoke to Christie, Emily and Kevin about the strange things you experience when medical professionals cut your skull open and start playing around inside.
Remember that for every guy in a lab coat torturing red pandas, there are plenty of hilariously lighthearted experiments.