In 2018, several medical discoveries were made and health myths were debunked. There were also several health horror stories that shook people to their core. Some of these stories were stranger than fiction, like leaky brains and hairy tongues. Others were more serious, like fewer people opting for vaccinations and more women being killed by people they knew. Warning: This post contains graphic images. This year marked many milestones in the health world. The Food and Drug Administration approved a drug that could treat migraines. Researchers made advancements in finding an effective form of male birth control. And some people were finally convinced that gluten isn’t as bad as they thought. But not all of the health headlines were hopeful. In fact, there were a number of health stories that were downright terrifying in 2018. Some of the stories were “stranger than fiction” scary, like a woman developing a hairy black tongue and a man blowing a hole in his throat after sneezing. Other headlines offered a horrifying look at the state of the country, like US life expectancy dropping due to drug overdoses and a polio-like illness spreading throughout the US and England. Here are 23 health headlines that… Read full this story
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