Senior staff writer, Features.
"This is the only medical illness that we use criminal justice to respond to."
Instead of reopening society for the sake of the economy, what if we continued to work less, buy less, make less—for the sake of the planet?
We’re fixated on coughing and sneezing as ways of transmitting the virus, but what we say and how we say it might matter too.
Our drain pipes, reservoirs, power lines, roads, sewage systems, and more are all designed based on past climate data. But with the climate crisis comes the uncomfortable realization that the past can't predict what we'll need in the future.
As magic mushrooms make the shift from recreational drug to mental health treatment, patients won’t be eating caps and stems, but a synthetic product made in a lab—one that can be patented and profited from.
Young people doing therapy at home have to speak in code and hand signals.
People with psychosis could be having pandemic delusions long after a vaccine is developed or society is reopened.
What happens when an introvert loves socializing online?