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Bariatric surgeries are typically safe and require thorough preparation and follow-up. Life-threatening complications are rare, but possible.
The ‘human Ken doll’ has spent more than $750,000 on 72 cosmetic surgeries, and doctors warn that his addiction has gotten dangerous
Surgical addiction, or the urge to continue going under the knife for aesthetic reasons, is a rare but dangerous risk of cosmetic surgery.
Ruby Rose posted a graphic video of her emergency neck surgery on Instagram after she herniated 2 discs while filming stunts
'Batwoman' actress Ruby Rose shared a graphic video of her emergency neck surgery with her 14.2 million Instagram followers after a stunt injury.
A man’s dentures got stuck in his throat during surgery. It took surgeons over a week to dislodge them.
A new case study tells of a 72-year-old man whose dentures were lodged in his larynx for eight days.
An Australian farmer found a surgical plate and 6 screws inside the stomach of a 15-foot crocodile — and he thinks it could solve a missing pers...
The farmer, John Lever, told local media outlets he believes the plate may have belonged to a human, and hopes to help solve a missing persons case.
The staggering costs of being transgender in the US, where even patients with health insurance can face six-figure bills
The cost of medical treatments for transgender people in the US can amount to more than $100,000, and they're often not covered by health insurance.
The 60-year-old farmer is the first known case of a horn-type growth on a person's thumb. Though horns can be cancerous, hers was not.
A fitness Instagram star with over a million followers had the best response to a man who said her small breasts made her look like a ‘young boy...
"I do not need big boobs to be happy or feminine," she wrote. "I sure as hell don't need big boobs to please anyone."
Doctors pulled a foot-long worm out of a woman’s intestines and they think it came from invisible parasitic eggs she accidentally ate
A Chinese woman endured stomach pains for 10 years before undergoing surgery to remove the surprising culprit: a foot-long parasitic worm.
A new study found that people who reported regular marijuana use needed more medication to remain sedated during surgical procedures.