Why the Cervix Is More Amazing Than You Realized

Technically, the cervix is the bottom chunk of the uterus, a circular plug-like mass of tissue dividing the uterine space from the vagina. But where most of the uterine wall is made of smooth muscle, up to 90% of the cervix is built of stiff and unyielding connective tissue. At least, it’s stiff most of the time. »8/14/15 8:30pm8/14/15 8:30pm

Here's How a 13-Foot Wide Egg Mass Fits Inside a 5-Foot Squid

On July 9th of this year, divers off the coast of Turkey ran across an enormous lump of gelatinous goo which turned out to be one of the largest squid egg masses ever found. That inspired science writer and squid expert Danna Staaf to make this video explaining how all that goo fit inside a much smaller mother squid. »7/31/15 11:30am7/31/15 11:30am

It's True, Scar Tissue Can Bend Your Penis (NSFW)

It’s normal for a penis to curve a little when it’s erect, but Peyronie’s disease pushes that curve to alarming extremes. It doesn’t usually muck with a guy’s ability to get it up, but once the penis is erect, it can deviate 30° or more from its normal line of action. The curvature can be so severe it interferes with… »6/22/15 2:30pm6/22/15 2:30pm