Entomologists solve the mystery of strange markings that appeared at night in Indian homes.
A man recently claimed to find a rat in his fast-food chicken order; it really was chicken, but why did he think otherwise? Continue reading →
KFC is suing three media companies in China over rumors that they use eight-legged chickens.
The Food and Drug Administration is revisiting its decision not to regulate homeopathic products. Continue reading →
The death toll is rising, but the number of new cases is slowing, says the World Health Organization.
Feces-contaminated water causes illness and death for nearly 1 million children under the age of 5 ever year, according to the United Nations. And 14% of the global population has to defecate in the open. Trace explains why toilets matter so much.
A visitor to Seattle says a stranger attacked him with an AIDS-infected needle, but it may be an urban legend. Continue reading →
An American doctor and aid worker who contracted Ebola in Liberia were set to leave an Atlanta hospital on Thursday after a full recovery.
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