Senior staff writer, Features.
Medical professionals, unfortunately, are as prone to hesitancy and misinformation as the rest of us.
Evidence suggests that there are real benefits of talking to yourself in the third person—in your head, not out loud.
The philosopher Jules Evans tells us who and what are prone to both conspiracy theories and alternative beliefs, while advocating for “critical spirituality.”
By describing redeeming (if not obscure and minuscule) qualities of human beings, the videos are finding gratitude in taxing times.
Loss survivors are demanding an end to the site, and provoking a conversation about how little we know about the internet and suicide risk.
In China, instead of "How are you?" people often ask, "Have you eaten?" During the pandemic, sending my mom a picture of my dinner was a reassurance that I was safe.