crime
Headless Body Identified as Missing Journalist Who Was Allegedly Killed by Submarine Designer

On Wednesday morning, Copenhagen police confirmed that a torso found by a cyclist was a DNA match for the missing journalist Kim Wall. Wall had been missing since August 10th and was last seen on board the DIY submarine built by eccentric inventor Peter Madsen. Earlier this week, Madsen admitted to police that Wall had died in an “accident” on his submarine before it sank. Read More >>

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What Exactly Does Going to Space Do to Your Body?

Going to space is definitely one of the coolest things a human could ever do but damn if it doesn’t do a doozy to your body. If you were able to spend time in space, your bones would become brittle, your leg and back muscles would wither away, the back of your eyeballs might flatten, and your heart could lose mass and become more spherical. None of that is good. Read More >>

art
This Painting of a Wolf Is Actually Hiding Three People in Bodypaint

Bodypaint artist Johannes Stötter is famous for hiding the human body in the shape of animals with the perfect amount of shading and the right mixture of paint. This time he painted three women into a sculpture of a wolf. If you’re looking closely, you can see the shape of the person on the wolf’s belly and back. But the head of the wolf is so well done that it hides the last bodypainted person wonderfully. Read More >>

health
Can You Cure Bad Posture?

Posture is not a rigid concept. It represents something more fluid with considerable range for change. Despite this, it is often oversimplified, rightly or wrongly, as being “good” or “bad”. Read More >>

science
How Anabolic Steroids Make You Stronger — and How They Destroy You

The quick and dirty route to gaining strength is to take some kind of anabolic steroid. These drugs actually trick the body into building up muscle mass and endurance — but they can also age you far beyond your years. Read More >>

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Scientists Hacking up Dead People Discover New Knee Ligament

That's not a chicken drumstick left over from today's meat feast team lunch. It's a dissected human knee. It shows, for the first time, a thing scientists are calling the anterolateral ligament -- a previously undiscovered part of the human body. Read More >>

health
How to Sit Correctly with Good Posture So You Don’t Kill Yourself

Are standing desks last year's advice? Whatever. Unless you're lucky enough to be on your feet all day for work, you probably sit too much, we all do. When we go home, we sit on the couch. When we have dinner, we sit on a chair. When we watch a movie, we sit in the cinema. When we go out, we sit on a stool. Our life is full with sitting interrupted by little moments of walking so it's important to well, be good at it. This animation video shows you the correct posture for sitting. [Flikli via Laughing Squid] Read More >>

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science
What Your Body Will Do in the Next 30 Seconds

You might think 30 seconds is pretty short. Your body doesn't though. In order to keep everything running, there's a lot of things going on in those 30 seconds. Like you'll make 72 million red blood cells! And shed 174,000 skin cells! And have 25 thoughts. The human body, what an amazing piece of machinery. [BuzzFeed Video] Read More >>

wtf
What the F*ck Is This Full-Body Horse Suit From Hell?

If you are rich race horse, I got great news for you! If you aren't a horse, you're going to freak out looking at this image: a horse in a full body suit. Why in hell does a horse need a suit? Read More >>