Mental health discussions are all over social media. This has brought both new benefits and new problems to the space.
There are more microorganisms in you than there are human cells. But it’s ok, they’re mostly here to fight infections (and have orgies on your face).
The instinct to keep absorbing information about things we have no power to stop stems from an evolutionary adaptation gone haywire.
Welcome to the YouTube ASMR rabbit hole, the coziest corner of the internet where people tapping microphones try to fix your insomnia.
Science confirms that music can help us sleep. Here’s how to get the best results.
Pregnancy hormones, juice cleanses, and parasites: the bizarre world of extreme dieting.
Melissa Chisholm ditched corporate life to help people break the cycle of yo-yo dieting and extreme workout regimens as a health and fitness coach.
Submission and domination have always had sexual, as well as political, connotations. But this gives a whole new meaning to “eating the rich.”
Spilling the tea is an evolutionary adaptation. Here’s how to gossip responsibly to get the social benefits without hurting anyone.
There’s money to be made in donating eggs. But there are also medical and legal risks that you should be aware of.
The long, exciting history of the dildo and other sex toys.
None of these experiments would make it past an ethics committee today, even if they did help make major leaps in their fields.
The period products we use have improved over time. But the stigma and discrimination around menstruation remains.
Choosing optimism in the midst of a seemingly endless pandemic might sound insane, but it could be one of the healthiest choices you make.
January 24th is national compliment day. Here’s why you should participate.
COVID is taking away the sense of smell for a growing number of people. It’s a bigger deal than you might think.