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Funny story: More People Inserting Objects Inside Themselves!

More People Inserting Objects Inside Themselves!

According to reports, people of all ages are inserting objects into themselves. While it's been known to happen from time to time, now it seems to be epidemic. Professionals at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio, told an annual meet...

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Funny story: Gland Problem Hypothyroidism Causing Stinking Creek Man To Weigh 475 Pounds

Gland Problem Hypothyroidism Causing Stinking Creek Man To Weigh 475 Pounds

Born with a rare, debilitating glandular disorder plus a hypothyroid problem, 475-pound Stinking Creek resident, Paul Don Henderson helped himself to a fifth serving of fried catfish, mashed potatoes and popped his 21st hush puppy into his pie hole a...

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Funny story: Germs "an urban myth" claim researchers

Germs "an urban myth" claim researchers

Researchers at the University of Lyef on the outskirts of Amsterdam in The Netherlands have published a paper in the New England Journal of Medicine contesting that the generally accepted Germ Theory of Disease is actually wrong. They suggest that...

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Funny story: Doner Kebabs Are Good For You Says Dietician

Doner Kebabs Are Good For You Says Dietician

Following an announcement from the Department Of Health and Wellness that kebab shop punters may just as well swallow two glasses of used cooking oil as have a doner kebab, we were contacted by respected dietician Ali Bullo, who told us: "Is not t...

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Funny story: Government to upgrade aspirin to class A drug

Government to upgrade aspirin to class A drug

Aspirin has been reclassified as a class A drug, introducing the possibility of lifetime imprisonment for anyone caught supplying the former headache suppressant. Home secretary Jacqui Smith cited the "uncertainty" surrounding the effects of the d...

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Funny story: NY Begins Bold Program To Expand Health Care Services To The Underinsured

NY Begins Bold Program To Expand Health Care Services To The Underinsured

NY State Governor David Paterson announced a new plan to expand health care coverage for thousands of under insured New Yorkers. The plan's centerpiece involves the registration and licensure of informal practitioners who currently operate outside th...

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Funny story: Jelly Fills In

Jelly Fills In

Since peanut butter is not currently a favored food source for Americans, jelly is stepping up to fill in, in more ways than one. Many people who are accustomed to covering both slices of bread with something are simply doubling up on the jelly, but...

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Funny story: Local Doctor Reprimanded

Local Doctor Reprimanded

Bloomertown's Community Health Department announced today that it was investigating claims that local Doctor John, actually visited a patient in her own home, to carry out an examination. The patient, an elderly woman with no transport who had bee...

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Funny story: Cure for Alzheimer's

Cure for Alzheimer's

In a combined UK/US study, Vitamin D has been found to stop the effects of Alzheimer's. The US section of the study investigated 20,000 old people and compared the effects of Vitamin D supplements in a double-blind trial. The British part of th...

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Funny story: Germ-Free People Get Sick More Often

Germ-Free People Get Sick More Often

Recent surveys of people in one different office building reveals that people who are "clean freaks" are more likely to come down with the common cold. It seems that all of that killing of microscopic parasites isn't always the healthiest way to g...

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Funny story: A New Muffin

A New Muffin

Today, SuperHealth Bakery released its new 700,000 grain muffin. CEO Tom Baker said "we have been working on this muffin for years." It has 700,000 different grains, so it took years just to collect them. It has 100,000 times anyone's daily recommend...

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Funny story: Health Department to issue warnings on rota basis

Health Department to issue warnings on rota basis

The Department of Health has announced that from March 1st 2009, health warnings for certain foods and drinks will be issued on a rota basis to save time. For example, during March butter will be bad for you, but good all April, bad again May etc. Re...

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Funny story: Daft Bastard Lands Stricken Hot Air Balloon On Concrete Playground - Breaks Head

Daft Bastard Lands Stricken Hot Air Balloon On Concrete Playground - Breaks Head

Hot air balloon pilot, Billy Sollocks of Basingstoke, Hants, frequently described as a 'daft bastard' by work colleagues earlier today narrowly averted complete disaster when, after losing control of his hot air balloon in the skies somewhere near Ba...

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Funny story: Number Of Obese Americans Outweigh Fatties

Number Of Obese Americans Outweigh Fatties

A Washington health group says that the number of obese American adults outweighs the number of those who are merely overweight, by a total of some 275 ton. Numbers posted by the National Center For The Bloated (NCTB) Statistics show that more tha...

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Funny story: New Blow for UK's Fattest Town

New Blow for UK's Fattest Town

Already reeling from being exposed as Britain's fattest town only days ago, residents of Barnsley now find that they have also earned the unenviable moniker of Britain's stupidest town too. Highbrow Sociologist Tristram Wankwhistle commented, "it'...

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Funny story: Conch Up your Sex Life

Conch Up your Sex Life

It's Official! What Turks Islanders have known for years has been proclaimed as the new Viagra. A daily helping of Conch Salad, Conch Fritters, Conch Chowder or Cracked Conch converts to inches what many men can only measure in centimeters. "It is...

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Funny story: Surprising Long-Term Effects of Hokey Pokey

Surprising Long-Term Effects of Hokey Pokey

Just under sixty years after the invention of that favorite dance, the Hokey Pokey, during the late 1940's, evidence has appeared that people have paid dearly for their silly, shallow, so-called dance. "Mrs. Abigail Flyswatter of Newcastle's knees...

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