Rappler's latest stories on pathology
Skin-crawling discovery: 'body farm' scientists find corpses move
After studying and photographing the movements of a corpse over 17 months, Alyson Wilson says she found humans don't exactly rest in peace
DOH considers UP-PGH findings as primary 'evidence’ on Dengvaxia
The DOH is willing to share the UP-PGH's findings to the Public Attorney's Office, which is conducting its own exhumation and forensic examination of other children vaccinated with Dengvaxia
New front opens in war on superbugs – experts
A newly discovered antibiotic resistant gene is threatening to open a new front in the war against superbugs by rendering a last resort drug impotent
Frankenvirus emerges from Siberia's frozen wasteland
Scientists warn climate change may awaken dangerous microscopic pathogens
#AskMargie: What to do if someone lies to you?
We will get lied to but what should we do about it?
#AskMargie: Why do people lie?
Dr Margie Holmes continues the discussion on lying this time asking why people lie and what can be done to prevent it
More than words
Building relationships should be based on genuine human connection not just some casual dialogue