The Habsburg Jaw And The Disturbing Cost Of Royal Inbreeding

Learn about the Habsburg jaw and the debilitating costs of rampant, decades-long incest among Europe’s most powerful royal families. While marriages between biological relatives were common in the ruling houses of Europe well up until the last century (Queen Elizabeth II actually married her own third cousin), the Spanish Habsburgs engaged in the practice with … Read more

The Celebrity ‘Herbalist’ Who Claimed To Have A Cure For AIDS

Born Alfredo Bowman in Honduras, Dr. Sebi sold vegan diets and “cell food” to some of the world’s biggest celebrities — and even claimed that he found a cure for AIDS. Dr. Sebi/FacebookDr. Sebi was a controversial herbalist and healer who worked with celebrity clients, including Michael Jackson. Throughout his lifetime, Dr. Sebi was a … Read more

The Story Of Christopher Duntsch, Killer Surgeon Known As ‘Dr. Death’

Over the course of just two years, Christopher Duntsch — known as Dr. Death — operated on 38 patients in the Dallas area, leaving 31 paralyzed or seriously injured and two of them dead. From 2011 to 2013, dozens of patients in the Dallas area woke up after their surgeries with horrible pain, numbness and, … Read more

Inside Steve Jobs’ Death — And How He Could Have Been Saved

On October 5, 2011, Steve Jobs died after a battle with a rare pancreatic cancer at age 56. But he may have lived longer if he sought proper medical care in time. Wikimedia Commons Steve Jobs died in 2011, a little over a year after he presented the iPhone 4. When Apple co-founder Steve Jobs … Read more