The stars and executive producer of Fox’s forensic series Bones are suing the company for alleged shady accounting practices, claiming they’ve been cut out of millions in profits.
Workers replacing a water main near Washington Square Park recently discovered pair of buried brick roofs. Turns out, they’d stumbled onto a pair of crypts, likely connected to a nearby church and dating to the late 18th or early 19th century.
Thalia, a Mexican superstar, recently revealed that she had her ribs surgically removed to make her waist appear thinner and that she keeps the ribs in a jar as a souvenir. She shared a picture of said jar on Instagram.
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Boning! Who doesn't love it? One woman in Sweden loves the sort of boning that gets you arrested, as she was apparently using human skeleton parts to have sex and then make CD's about the undiscovered joys of necrophilia. Okay, guys, we did it. We found a crazier, weirder thing than the Petraeus scandal. Who still…
Etsy recently announced that it would soon prohibit people from peddling things like lighter fluid, drugs, and preserved human remains on its site, because apparently archaeologists have figured out that, in a down economy, they can sell the shrunken-head necklaces they acquired in New Guinea to hipsters looking to…
A whole generation of young women has been and is, as we live and breathe, being spurred towards the field of forensic science, which is conspicuous among science and science related fields for one demographic reality — it's dominated by women, not men.
Fibroblast growth factor 21 (FGF21 for short) was a hot prospect in anti-obesity research — and drug companies jumped into the fray, eager to capitalize. But now it appears that, like sticks and stones, FGF21 will break your bones. Here's the story of the hip new weight-loss drug that may never see the light of day.
No, kids, there is not a bone in your penis. However, bones may have unexpected effects on male fertility.
A new study suggests that as people get older, they put on weight in an unexpected place: their pelvic bones. Scientists found that these bones widen with time in both men and women, resulting in extra inches on their frames even if they don't put on fat. Says study author Dr. Laurence Dahners, "We found older people…
Gleeks and Bones-heads, listen up: all your favorite show choir champs and forensics experts were on hand for Fox's 2010 summer Television Critics Association all-star party at the Santa Monica Pier's Pacific Park. And, not incidentally, looking almost uniformly awesome:
- We are sick and tired of reading about women beaten, shot, stabbed, raped and injured by men they know. But we don't know that pairing purplish scars with Italian knitwear is the best way to raise awareness about domestic violence. [Feministing]
- Activists in Africa are turning to the Koran in an effort to cease female…