Mental illness distorts reality in ways that don’t fit neatly into traditional nonfiction. These classic books by authors with mental illness capture that distortion and surrealness.
Grief is a constant in life, but our relentless push to always move on to the next thing has made grieving a rare practice.
Gaslighting is one of the most insidious forms of psychological abuse. And it’s not just found in intimate relationships.
It’s still a constitutionally protected right for now but how much is an abortion really? For 40 million people, it’s already costly and hard to access.
The first search suggestion for ‘fidget spinners’ is ‘are dead’. The second? Fidget spinners are stupid. But they’re neither dead nor stupid. Fidget toys just aren’t for neurotypicals.
We’re taught that we have five senses, but it might be closer to 15-30. Here are some of the senses you may not even realize your somatosensory cortex is using.
Doctors all over the world once thought draining blood from their patients was a good idea. This was thanks to the theory of humorism, which persisted for over 1,000 years.
New research suggests a good scary movie could improve your mental health. Here’s the science behind the comfort of horror.
Not even intelligence can keep you safe. In fact, being smart might make you more susceptible to propaganda.
Reddit’s r/SkincareAddiction and r/AsianBeauty are the internet’s dermatologist. Here’s some of their best advice.
If you’re wondering what all the buzz is about, here’s the unsettling answer to why were chainsaws invented?
How to answer common questions you might get as a vegan
How vivid is your visual imagination? Online aphantasia tests can help you figure out how sharp your mind’s eye is.
Get to know the latest controversial GOP Senate candidate Dr. Oz.
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This everyday staple actually has a lot more health benefits and uses than you might give it credit for.