For some people, the way back into faith is moving away from it a little. Religious deconstruction lets people heal from religious trauma and reconsider what they really believe in.
Got toxic family members that disrespect you and don’t value you? Going no contact with them can be your first step towards a happier life.
After Roe v. Wade was overturned, many states began to push and in some cases, pass anti-abortion legislation. Who are these lawmakers and what do they believe in?
When my girlfriend first introduced me to skincare, I was skeptical. But after almost five months of consistent skincare, I think I might even have better skin than her now.
Self-care has proven that it’s more than a trend — it’s a way of life. But some self-care habits do more harm than good, and it’s time to unlearn them.
Musk buys Twitter, FTX files for bankruptcy, Russia invades Ukraine, and people protest dictatorships. Let’s take a walk back through the biggest news highlights of 2022.
2022 introduced several new discoveries ranging from AI-generated images to ChatGPT. This list of innovations sheds a light on niches with cool developments you haven’t heard of yet.
New year’s resolutions are usually abandoned come February, but these psychological tips can help you stick to them.
Ye, the artist formerly known as Kanye West, has been behaving unpredictably. Why isn’t he in a conservatorship like Britney Spears was?
MyProAna, once the biggest ED space on the internet, was a place where people could receive support and dangerous tips on how to worsen their condition.
Parasocial relationships blur the line between the real and the imaginary, sometimes to disastrous results.
Insulin prices have exponentially risen over the last several years and patients cannot afford the rising costs. Big Pharma is benefiting from an industry in which the only party to lose is the patient.
MBTI cognitive functions can be confusing to wrap your head around. Here’s the low down on the functions and how they work.
Women make up roughly half of our population and yet they remain underrepresented in medical research.
Most immigrant patients at the ER don’t speak English, let alone intricate medical terms.
A person with a god complex can be difficult to deal with. So, how do you tell if someone has one and how do you deal with it?