Blog | Friday, May 16, 2008

News of the obviously weird

This week's review of new research found it to be disappointingly useful, with potential to actually advance the field of medicine. So, in lieu of our usual analysis of obvious news, we offer you some highlights of the weirdest health-related news of the week, all courtesy of the Washington Post. The headlines speak for themselves...

Baby subpoenaed for unpaid chiropractor bill
Pair say they attacked each other with frying pan
9-year-old girl's twin is found inside her stomach
Woman accused of faking cancer to avoid work