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What is activated charcoal, why is Drake using it, and does it really attract “baddies” at the club?
I have a legitimate problem with repeat listens, so I called a music professor and brain scientist for answers.
Some British college students at Keele University are having a go at Jason Derulo on Twitter for not performing at their school earlier this year.
Humans define themselves in relation to others, and it sucks to leave that behind.
We talk to civil rights attorney Lisa Bloom, who has represented accusers of Bill O’Reilly, Bill Cosby, and Donald Trump, about what's needed, what happens, and what's at stake when trying sexual harassment and assault.
Objectively speaking, does the Weeknd tell a smoother visual story than, say, Chainsmokers?
In a move we didn't see coming, we found ourselves along the way.
Apparently taking Xanax has the same effect as just getting really, really drunk.
We asked a lawyer why photographers are having to sign their rights away to take pictures of artists like Taylor Swift and the Foo Fighters.
We asked Tim Williams, a Consultant Addiction Psychiatrist, why post-festival comedowns are a thing and how we can deal with them.
Turns out that jazz kid you hated on at school might have been onto something.