One type of antibiotic-related delirium results in seizures and involuntary muscle contractions, while another results in a state which resembles drug-induced psychosis from cocaine.
By Tess Owen
On Thursday, state officials will vote on whether porn studios should be forced to make actors use condoms and “other protective barriers” when coming into contract with bodily fluids.
By VICE News
Coming soon: VICE News travels to India's pharma capital to see how the pollution from pharmaceutical factories risks giving rise to the next “superbug."
Member States will pool medical teams and equipment to help fight future outbreaks at home and abroad.
By VICE News
The tongue-in-cheek legislation is designed to "strike a nerve" after a new anti-abortion bill was signed into law earlier this month.
By Jim Morris
This installment of a four-part investigation published with the Center for Public Integrity looks at how, stung by lawsuits, the automaker hired consultants to change the narrative on the risks of asbestos brakes.
The Missing Maps initiative has been providing aid workers and locals with invaluable maps to some of the most remote areas of the planet. The maps are created by volunteers, and are then checked by the team behind the project.
Happy Valentine's Day! We went through nearly 450 sex injuries in the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System to find the most common reasons for a sex-related visit to the emergency room.
The dual effects of climate change and El Niño contributed to a record 98 shark attacks last year.
Dengue has been plaguing Hawaii. And now experts say that the archipelago's limited capacity to manage its mosquito population, thanks to austerity cuts a few years ago, set the stage for this outbreak.
Edgar Latulip disappeared 30 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario. His mother thought he was dead. But he had been living nearby all along, under a different name, until the memory flashbacks began.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has already issued a level 2 travel advisory for Mexico, warning visitors to the region to take precautions while urging women who are pregnant or who may become pregnant to stay away.
As outrage continues to gather over "pharma bro" Martin Shkreli, a new report released this week found wild discrepancies in the cost of generics in Canada versus outside and experts say a "foolish" system is to blame.
By David Heath
The second installment of an investigation published by the Center for Public Integrity and VICE News looks at how a record number of brain tumors was blamed on chemicals, but not according to industry studies.
With the virus suspected of links to birth abnormalities, but science still unclear about how it can be transmitted, being pregnant in Brazil has turned into a nerve-racking experience.
Researchers say record-breaking temperatures and a lack of rain could have played a role in the outbreak of the virus in Brazil — and its spread to other countries.
By Sally Hayden
Thousands of the UK’s junior doctors took to the streets to demonstrate against new contracts that they say will push them past the breaking point.
Body dysmorphic disorder is more than vanity — it's compared to obsessive compulsive disorder, but with higher rates of depression and suicide.