While not all of the examples below are terrifying, we’re glad that it’s our job to collect the anecdotes about them into an easily digestible list for you to read as opposed to actually having to try and explain them to patients. We’ll leave that to the smart people who don’t describe bodies as a “flesh suit your brain lives in.”
Who needs to smell while they sleep?
Toenails aren't in any rush to grow back.
Redheads get hurt way more easily.
Look at you, guts for brains!
Sandra Laing had a unique condition.
The liver is kind of incredible.
Babies have way more bones than the rest of us.
Humans and cats? Bros.
Bagels are unexpectedly dangerous.
You've got sweaty, sweaty feet.
Moms and fetuses working together.
You never want to hear "We missed a couple" after a pregnancy.
Not quite Wolverine, but close.
A spicy way to get rid of hiccups.
Getting mugged made this guy smarter?
Hearing voices was helpful this one time.
Hamish Syndrome is a better name than "Thigh Kidney Boy."
Your eyes can actually breathe.
Tell this one to your parents.
A transplant gives you a third kidney.
Women can stay mentally sharp for longer.
If it works, it works!
When can I unlock my phone by licking it?
Rob has it all!
This guy can't get away with much.
Having half a brain isn't as bad as you'd think.
This guy is immune to AIDS.
A weird way to pick up an accent.
It's not a tumor! Really.
Your surgeon might leave their car keys... inside of you.