Health

mental health

Breaking Up with a Depressed Partner Doesn't Make You a Bad Person

When my partner Max was struggling with depression, I tried to be everything to him—but sometimes, you need to let the people you love seek professional help on their own.
Shanti Das
9.13.18
Cannabis

I Ate and Drank Nothing But CBD-Infused Meals for a Week

If CBD is so good for you, wouldn't nothing but CBD be great for you?
Justin Caffier
9.13.18
MENK

Having a Brain Injury Is Like Going to a Belgian Hardcore Rave

Memories of an MRI and the wobbliness that followed.
John Doran
9.10.18
Books

The Bizarre Untold Origin Story of the Myers-Briggs Personality Indicator

How a mother-daughter team created the pseudoscientific quiz that conquered the world.
Nicole Clark
9.5.18
science is cool

Scientists Discovered a New Human Brain Cell

And other crazy stuff you might have missed in science news this week.
Shayla Love
8.30.18
Dating

I Am HIV-Positive. This Is What It's Like to Date

When writer and activist Juno Roche was diagnosed with HIV in the early 1990s, it felt like being given a death sentence. She explains what it was like to date and find intimacy again while living with HIV.
Juno Roche
8.28.18
Australia Today

The Australian Government Wants to Ban Poppers

Everyone's favourite face-melting inhalant has come under fire from health authorities.
Gavin Butler
8.23.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now

A Man Fell Into a Massive, Fake-Looking Hole at an Art Museum

He literally descended into Anish Kapoor's "Descent into Limbo."
Beckett Mufson
8.21.18
plastic surgery

Why More Men Are Getting Calf and Pec Implants

Apparently women aren’t the only ones getting body implants.
Allison Tierney
8.10.18
High Wire

Labeling People Video Game 'Addicts' Could Be a Massive Mistake

If the cure looks anything like "solutions" to drug addiction, this could get ugly.
Maia Szalavitz
7.30.18
employment

We Asked Experts How to Survive a Soul-Sucking Job

When you can't tell your boss to shove it, and there's just no way you'll ever love it.
Anna Goldfarb
7.27.18
VICE TONIC

MDMA Mimics a Genetic Disorder Called 'Cocktail Party Syndrome'

Williams syndrome is often called the opposite of autism—so researchers believe MDMA could help people on the autism spectrum.
Jennifer Latson
7.23.18