Shayla Love is a staff writer at Vice covering science, medicine, health, and drugs.
Twitter's New Vaccine Feature Won't Stop Anti-Vaxxers
Twitter joins Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube in trying to filter out vaccine misinformation online. But will it be enough?
The Ethics of Taking the Drugs You Study
Should psychedelic scientists trip on the drugs they research?
The Anatomy of Empathy
Joel Salinas can literally feel his patients' pain. But as scientists are learning, there's more to empathy than just mirroring someone else.
Offices Can Be Hell for People Whose Brains Work Differently
Work spaces today come with strong smells, harsh light, lots of chatter, and constant messages on email or Slack. For neurodivergent people, this can be a big ask.
Climate Change Could Mean More Kids, Not Less
The effects will vary across the globe and could worsen inequality.
Can You Get Measles if You Were Vaccinated?
A guide to the measles outbreak for people who think they were vaccinated—or aren't really sure.
Marijuana Users Might Need More Anesthesia in Medical Procedures
They needed 14 percent more fentanyl and 220.5 percent more propofol during procedures like endoscopies or colonoscopies.
This Week in Science
The Sugar High Might Be a Myth
That afternoon treat might not improve your mood, and could make you more tired within the first hour of eating it.
A Look at the Trillions of Microorganisms That Live in and on You
Scientists are continuing to learn what the microbiome does for our health, and how certain diseases and disorders are associated with changes in your microbes.
This Week in Science
What a Keto Diet Cheat Meal Might Do to Your Body
After a week of eating low-carb and high-fat, reintroducing carbs to the diet might negatively affect your blood vessels.
The Idea of 'Manifesting' Your Future May Be Bad for Mental Health
The Law of Attraction says thoughts eventually become reality. That's an anxious person's worst nightmare.
LSD Brings Your Brain to the Edge of Chaos
This new LSD study is like an acid trip all on its own.