Scientists Find Preventative AIDS Injection That Works in Monkeys

In an amazing breakthrough in AIDS research, scientists at both Rockefeller University and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta have developed antiretroviral injections that, when given once a month, have been shown to suppress AIDS symptoms and protect against the virus in monkeys. While a human… »3/05/14 12:00pm3/05/14 12:00pm


Um, People Are Rubbing Cooch Cream on Their Scalps to Make Their Hair Grow

Humans will do unusual things in the name of beauty. We get Botulism injected into our faces, we let fish nibble on our feet, we decorate our fingers with carcinogenic paint, and there are bird poop facials and eye creams made of sperm. And some folks swear that Monistat — the medication used to treat vaginal yeast… »4/12/12 1:00pm4/12/12 1:00pm

Where Garlic Has Never Gone Before: Or, How Not To Cure A Yeast Infection

I love garlic. I love it roasted and spread on bread; blended into rich aioli; mixed with sauces and seasoning braises and stews. But you know what combo I don't like? Garlic and vagina. Here's the deal.When one gets yeast infections easily - at the first whiff of an antibiotic or the slightest weakening of the… »11/13/08 2:20pm11/13/08 2:20pm