We Visited the Mumbai Neighbourhood so Polluted It's Been Declared Unfit for Human Habitation
Mahul poses a dystopian and disturbing picture of what happens when you’re forced to live amidst extreme pollution. It’s a story that can only end in death, unless residents somehow scrape together the resources to leave.
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1 in 16 Women Report Their First 'Sexual' Experiences Were Rape or Assault
Extrapolated to the whole U.S. population, this would mean 3.3 million women have experienced "forced sexual initiation."
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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.
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How Ketamine Became the UK Teenager's Drug of Choice
It's always been around, but in 2019 ketamine is back at the top of the teenage drug menu.
Socially Anxious People Are Taking MDMA and Other Psychedelics to Cope
Scientists say that combined with therapy, these drugs could be a promising treatment option.
What Happens When an Abortion Doesn't Fully Work
I had an incomplete abortion last year. This is what I wish I'd known about them.
We Talked to People in the 11 Percent of Millennials Who 'Always' Feel Lonely
"How can I be this old and not have any friends?"
WATCH: How This Man on Stabbing Spree Was Stopped By Sydney Bystanders With Chairs and a Milk Crate
The man, who had already allegedly killed one woman and stabbed another, was running through the streets of Sydney's business district.
The Exhausting Work of LGBTQ Code-Switching
Queer, trans, and non-binary people have to do the extra work of changing how they speak, act and express themselves in everyday spaces.
The Rise of the Instagram Therapist
With more therapists than ever on social media, we should ask whether they need to follow a new set of guidelines.
Every Single Crisis You’ll Have in Your Twenties
That's right, all nine years of existential terror.
This Photographer Made Peace With Her Body by Distorting It
Ángela Burón creates impossible conjunctions of limbs, faces, and boobs because, as she says, "it cures my head.”