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An artist painted a self-portrait of himself on a different drug every day — and he ended up with brain damage

Bryan Lewis Saunders<p>In March 1995, artist Bryan Lewis Saunders began creating at least one self-portrait of himself every day.<p>Born in Washington D.C. …

Art

You’re Wiping Your Butt All Wrong and Probably Injuring Yourself

Butt hurt? You’re not alone. Americans are shit at bathroom hygiene—and now we’re paying the pricePeople are so bad at wiping their butts, doctors …

Plumbing

Top 10 Mind-Blowing Theories That Will Change Your Perception of the World

The reality is not as obvious and simple as we like to think.<p>Some of the things that we accept as true and take at face value are notoriously</b> …

Galaxy Note 9 Information Highlights Samsung's Sizeable Upgrade

Plans for the Galaxy Note 9 were incredibly ambitious and, while there have been serious setbacks, the latest reports reveal Samsung’s secret upgrade strategy for the phone is simple: make everything massive…<p>Predictably, it is the ever-prolific, ever-reliable leaker Ice Universe who takes most of …

Galaxy Note

Story of gunned-down teacher caught with teen in inappropriate incident takes another turn

Pennsylvania teacher Rachael DelTondo’s murder investigation has only gotten more dramatic and complicated over the last 24 hours.<p>DelTondo was gunned down in her mother’s driveway on Sunday in what investigators are calling a “crime of passion,” and she died at the scene.<p>An as-yet unknown assailant …

Earth Shatters Climate Record, Sending Planet Toward 'Worst Case Scenario'

April was the 400th “consecutive month with above-average temperatures.”<p>April 2018 was the 400th “consecutive month with above-average temperatures” …

Climate Change

How parasitic worms could help us with everything from obesity to asthma

A growing body of research is suggesting that parasitic worms could in fact have a positive effect on our immune system. A new study is bolstering …

Biology

A boy was decapitated on a waterslide. The park knew the ride could kill people, officials say | The Star

The entire slide is covered with a net suspended by metal hoops. The ride begins with a nearly vertical drop. Rafts carrying riders then ascend about …

Crime

Trump blocks Broadcom-Qualcomm deal, citing national security concerns

President Donald Trump killed Broadcom's proposed buyout of Qualcomm, citing national security concerns, according to a statement issued by the White …

Donald Trump

More than 100 'uncontacted' tribes exist in total isolation from global society

We are more connected today than at any time in our species' history, yet isolated pockets of people still manage to live apart from the majority of society.<p>It's impossible to know exactly how many such tribes exist. Organizations like Survival International, however, estimate that more than 100 …

The Cars I Found Abandoned And Junked In Hong Kong Will Blow Your Mind

An NSX, a Nissan Skyline, an Evo, a Silvia, a Lotus, a Porsche—these cars should be cherished and meticulously maintained. But in Hong Kong, where a …

Yes, bacon really is killing us

Decades’ worth of research proves that chemicals used to make bacon do cause cancer. So how did the meat industry convince us it was safe? By Bee Wilson<p>There was a little cafe I used to go to that did the best bacon sandwiches. They came in a soft and pillowy white bap. The bacon, thick-cut from a …

Sandwiches

This couple invented a clever piece of luggage so you'll never have to check your bags again — here's how it works

Over the past two years, Johnathan Webster has taken nearly 60 flights and successfully avoided one bane of airline travel: checking his luggage.<p>Webster and his wife, Gizem Mut-Webster, have evaded checking luggage on flights since they backpacked through Europe in college. As students traveling on …

A 15-year-old JROTC cadet sacrificed himself to save 'dozens' during the Florida shooting — and thousands of people want him buried with full military honors

A freshman JROTC cadet died helping his classmates escape the gunman that stormed his Parkland, Florida school last week with an AR-15.<p>Peter Wang was wearing his grey JROTC uniform with black stripes as he held the door to his study hall open, helping "dozens" of his fellow classmates escape, …

CCTV captures the moment shooter opens fire on Russian churchgoers (DISTURBING VIDEO)

CCTV footage from the site of the deadly shooting at a Christian church in southern Russia, which claimed the lives of five people, shows a man armed …

Canada deports North Korean asylum seekers

Activists say 2,000 have left since 2013 after the government began 'removing' those who lied on asylum applications.<p>Despite its reputation as a haven for refugees, Canada has been deporting North Korean asylum seekers who came to the country through South Korea.<p>Nearly 2,000 have left since 2013, …

Protesters call for Trudeau apology

Hundreds of protesters — including some associated with a pair of far-right groups — rallied on Parliament Hill Sunday afternoon to demand an apology …

Pourquoi les humains s’embrassent-ils?

Qu'il s'agisse d'un acte informel de salutation ou d'un geste romantique intense, le baiser fait partie des communications humaines, dans toutes les …

Société

Why a Non-Smartwatch May Be the Smart Choice

Nowadays, timepieces typically fall into one of two categories. Either they take the smartwatch approach with sleek designs and cutting-edge tech …

Watches

PetSmart fires groomer caught abusing small dog in viral video

<b>WARNING: This story contains graphic images not suitable for all readers</b><p>An unnamed PetSmart employee in Houston has been fired, after a video of her …

Woman Says She Won $600 Million Jackpot But 'Huge Mistake' Leaves Prize Unclaimed

One month after a New Hampshire woman says she chose all six correct numbers for the lone $559.7 million Powerball grand prize, she has yet to turn in the ticket and the money is lying unclaimed. It's not that she doesn't want it. She just doesn't want the public to know she won it.<p>The woman says …

New Hampshire

Six eerie stories of what happens when you die - from people who've been 'brought back to life'

You might actually KNOW that you are dead for quite a long time after you die, according to a chilling new study.<p>Researchers have discovered you may …

Medicine

IS THERE LIFE AFTER DEATH? 50 YEARS OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH SUMMARIZED IN ONE LECTURE (VIDEO)

Nikola Tesla once said that, “The day science begins to study non-physical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all the …

This Face Oil Made A Major Difference On My Acne Scars

Acne breakouts have a terrible reputation for popping up when least expected. From a first date to a career-making meeting, no important occasion is …

99+ Photos That Will Show You The Cultures of the World

Thank you to all the photographers that shared their people from different cultures photos in the Cultures Of The World Photo contest with chances to …

Fish oil may not be as healthful as you think, study finds

Fish oil is hailed for its plentiful health benefits. But new research suggests that the long-term consumption of fish oil or sunflower oil may …

California torture house: 13 siblings allowed to eat once a day, shower once a year

PERRIS, Calif. — The 13 starving siblings held captive in a California house hardly ever saw the sun and were allowed, a prosecutor said Thursday, to eat only one rationed meal a day and shower just once a year.<p>They were allegedly beaten, choked and shackled to their beds with no access to a …

Crime

Five-foot long tapeworm came 'wiggling out' of man's body after he ate sushi

Sushi lovers beware!<p>A California man who ate sushi every day ended up with a 5-foot-plus long tapeworm inhabiting his body. The Fresno male went to the emergency room complaining of bloody diarrhea, according to Dr. Kenny Bahn, who shared the story of his patient on the podcast“This Won’t Hurt A …