Stunning animal X-rays show unique perspective of endangered wildlife
The striking images showcase numerous examples of human-animal conflict and negligence.
Grave of elite Bronze Age brothers with mystery disease discovered
In an attempt to cure the infection, one of the brothers appears to have had a hole cut into his head.
Another person appears to have been cured of HIV after stem cell transplant
Scientists demonstrate in a new study how bone marrow transplantation to treat leukemia can also treat HIV.
China is ravaging Africa's donkey population
Donkey skins are being imported to China en masse for use in the ejiao industry, being used as an alternative medicine.
Video of medical students 'chanting Critical Race Theory mantra' goes viral
Several conservative figures reacted to the video on Twitter, including one Fox & Friends host that called the video "creepy".
Great Bernese angry over his ear medication leaves internet in hysterics
"Oooh buddy I feel the same about eye drops," one user joked.
Single mom hails cancer in pregnancy for saving her life after abuse ordeal
Nia Williams survived triple cancer while pregnant, and said this experience helped her find herself after years of emotional abuse, despite being in her 20s.
Doctors reveal the best vegetables to help women balance their hormones
Your eating habits can affect the way your body functions by altering your hormone levels, so Newsweek spoke to doctors to find out the food that can help.
Ants trained to sniff out breast cancer with surprising accuracy
The ants could represent an alternative to the invasive, expensive early cancer diagnostics currently in place.
Removing the MCAT Could Improve Diversity in Medicine
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) has an obligation to eliminate the MCAT as a requirement for medical school.
What Prince Harry said about drug use in "Spare" memoir, interviews
From using cocaine and magic mushrooms to experimenting with ayahuasca treatments, Harry has opened up about his drug and psychedelics usage.
Gena Tew reveals her "biggest pet peeve" after AIDS diagnosis
The social media star has been documenting her health journey on TikTok since learning she had AIDS in March 2022.
Arctic blast: Watch people throwing boiling water into freezing air
While the cloud of steam and ice looks awesome, it can lead to severe burns if the wind is blowing the wrong direction.
Man films gnarly mites living on his eyelashes: "I will gouge my eyes out"
"I wondered if I could see them on my own eyelashes, so I plucked a few out and looked at the roots," @gud_morning_dave, who posted the video, told Newsweek.
Man's ear infested with flesh-eating maggots that were feasting on eardrum
The man had been suffering from bleeding ears, pain and itching for five days before he went to a hospital.
Paramedic shares powerful sign in resuscitation room: "Tried their best"
Matthew Harris told Newsweek: "It can be very easy to lose track of the patient as a person and see a body."
X-ray reveals nearly 200 coins in man's enormously dilated stomach
The man is thought to have swallowed the metal coins after suffering from an eating disorder called pica.
This is what happens to your body when you die
The body goes through five stages of decomposition—fresh, bloat, active, advanced, and dry decay.
Legalizing weed reduced opioid use in America's cancer patients
"With increasing medical marijuana legalization, marijuana may be substituting for opioids for cancer-related pain," a researcher said.
Weird theory suggests IBS caused by body's inability to manage gravity
The scientist behind a new study told Newsweek that our bodies have evolved to resist gravity, but these adaptations can go wrong.
Man survives brain skewered with metal rod: "A lucky escape"
The rod pierced his temporal lobe, which handles memory, language, emotions and visual processing, but the man has made a full recovery.
Cat realizing it can breathe after 'nose job' leaves internet in tears
"My name. My name is Bella Hadid," one TikToker wrote about the video with more than 1.4 million views, while another commented, "Bro can smell colors now."
Prisoner has had two phones stuck in his stomach since March
The prisoner was attempting to smuggle four mobile phones into the prison, and has refused surgery to get the final two removed.
Ancient viruses trapped in permafrost for thousands of years are waking up
As global temperatures continue to rise, the Arctic could become a fertile breeding ground for future pandemics.
Personalized cancer treatment edges closer with CRISPR trial success
Researchers have reported on the first ever human trials to use this technology to train the immune system to fight cancer.
Pit bull "pouting so hard" after getting one shot at vets delights internet
"That vet better be coming back with an apology for that good girl as well," one TikTok user said.
Woman who should not have developed beyond embryo astonishes scientists
The patient has overcome 12 tumors in only 36 years, thanks to a never-seen-before genetic mutation.
The new "revolutionary" rejuvenation procedure that can transform your face
Two leading aesthetic practitioners spoke to Newsweek about the revolutionary treatment that can leave you looking like the best version of yourself.
Can spider venom restore damaged nerve endings?
A patient with previously diagnosed nerve damage believes a brown recluse spider bite restored sensation in their toes.
King Tutankhamun and the mummy's curse that killed nine explorers
Does science have an answer to the secrets of the mummy's curse from the tomb of Tutankhamun?