The Victorian Occultist Accused of Killing Men With Her Mind
Pioneering feminist and animal rights campaigner Anna Kingsford was one of the 19th century's most remarkable women. Then she was charged with using black magic to murder two vivisectionists.
Cries Intensify to Remove Statue of Gynecologist Who Experimented on Female Slaves
In the US, there are still three public memorials to Dr. J. Marion Sims, a doctor known for performing experimental surgeries on black women without anesthesia or consent during the 19th century.
'There Is Still Hope': Photos From an Emergency Protest Against Trumpcare
Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren were among the crowd rallying to vote down the American Health Care Act.
'Fear of the Clit': A Brief History of Medical Books Erasing Women's Genitalia
We've come a long way since scientists asserted that the clitoris was a deformity, but the view of women as underdeveloped men and child receptacles still haunts our textbooks.
What It Looks Like When Med Students' Grades Depend on Listening to Women
The University of Oxford medical school is pioneering a groundbreaking way of teaching gynecology, in which women from the general public train would-be doctors in the fine art of performing a pain-free pap smear.
The Misogynistic History of Trying to Understand Women Who Self-Harm
For centuries, women and men alike have been engaging in acts of self-harm, but our understanding of the behavior has long been limited by sexist stereotypes.
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I Ate Activated Charcoal to Try to Prevent Myself from Getting Drunk
People from various corners of Pinterest boast about the many benefits of activated charcoal—from detoxing stomachs to curing hangovers. I decided to put the new fad to the ultimate test and popped some charcoal pills.
Bloody Relief: The Evolution of Period Pain Cures
From sticking weed in your vagina to steaming open your cervix, the annals of menstrual relief medicine is long and bleeding complicated.
The Medical Condition that Makes You Smell Like Rotting Fish
Trimethylaminuria, or "fish odor syndrome," makes sufferers stink of everything from garbage to feces—even their tears can smell. We find out what it's like to suffer from the socially alienating ailment.
How Your Genetics Influence When You Lose Your Virginity
New research shows that your genes are closely associated with when you pop your cherry and the age you have your first child. We talked to a scientist who worked on the groundbreaking study.
Ireland Wants to Shred the Records of Brutal Operations They Performed on Women
Symphysiotomy was a violently life-altering childbirth operation that was performed on thousands of Irish women without their consent. But the government wants to shred medical records of those who suffered the procedure.
Facebook Is Mining Private Data from Cancer Organizations, New Lawsuit Alleges
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