Just Break Up With People, You Heartless Cowards!!!!
Don't "ghost" or "fizz" or whatever cute term we're currently using to describe avoiding a necessary human conversation.
Congrats to Big Pharma on Finding a New Way to Profit Off of HIV Prevention
Gilead, the company that makes Truvada, just got FDA approval for Descovy, another form of PrEP. It costs nearly $1,800 a month without insurance coverage.
Bodybuilding Is Cashing in on All the Women Doing Squats at the Gym
One of the biggest amateur competitions in the world will feature a "wellness division" that focuses on the lower body.
Yes, Men Get Breast Cancer
Beyoncé's father, Mathew Knowles, shared his diagnosis in an interview with "Good Morning America" to shed light on a rare, but very real, health risk lots of men face.
Measles Are the Hot New Wellness Trend Sweeping America
Choosy parents are choosing not to vaccinate, and the results are really showing!
Someone Scammed Miranda Kerr by Telling Her Electricity Is Bad
EMF detectors are one of Miranda Kerr's wellness "musts," but they're really not necessary.
How Many Times a Week Should You Be Pooping?
Will Smith recently said he "can go three days without it"—it being pooping. Is that in any way OK???
What a New Famous Face Could Mean for People Living with HIV
“We're here with [Jonathan Van Ness], and we welcome him if he wants to get involved.”
The Hidden Psychological Crisis That Hurricanes Leave in Their Wake
Some local Hurricane Dorian relief efforts in the Bahamas are hoping to address the PTSD that results from our increasingly frequent weather disasters.
What to Do When Your First Date Flakes
When to call it quits with someone you've literally never met.
The Crackdown on Vape Flavors Could Happen Sooner Than You Think
Even if Trump's federal ban on flavored e-cigarettes never materializes, state and local lawmakers are passing restrictions at a rapid pace.
Teens Use Tobacco as Much as They Vape—But, OK! Ban Flavored Juul Pods!
Weird how the Trump administration isn't going after the tobacco industry, which spent $23 million in lobbying last year.