A graphic circulating claims that sheep are castrated, have their tails cut off, and are killed in the manufacturing of Ugg boots. Is this true or a hoax?
A Ferguson protest sign shared on social media says, “No mother should have to fear for her son’s life every time he robs a store.” Is this real or fake?
The internet was abuzz in late 2014 over a Washington Post article on a worldwide chocolate shortage by the year 2020. Will chocolate become a scarce luxury or is it all hype?
Veet Infini’Silk Pro is a permanent hair reduction product which runs on intense pulsed light (IPL) technology. Read the reviews from editors and readers.
Today we take a closer look at black salve, topical pastes which manufacturers claim will cure skin cancer by drawing out or neutralizing cancer cells.
Today we take a look at diindolylmethane (DIM), a supplement which comes from cruciferous vegetables. Some say it may have the ability to prevent cancer.
An online warning claims to discusses a new drug known as “Molly”, supposedly a mixture of cocaine, crack, ecstasy, meth, and bath salts. Is this accurate?
An article circulating online claims that German scientists have discovered scientific proof of life after death. Is this article real or a hoax?