COVID-19 is threatening the future of adult playgrounds like the Color Factory and The Museum of Ice Cream—but some are attempting to reopen.
"Down to Earth," hosted by Zac Efron, is just one new show on the platform to peddle pseudoscience about health.
A stand-up comedian investigates the contagious joy of a harmless laughter club now that being a comedian in India comes at a high price.
You wouldn’t sneeze into someone’s face or wipe your boogers on an airplane seat. It would be rude. So why wouldn’t you wear a mask?
The pandemic is turning into a pain in the neck. Quite literally.
With many turning to spirituality during the pandemic, could this be turning point in legitimising wellness and spirituality?
I took a look at the good, bad, and smelly effects a 72-hour fast has on the body.
More things that don’t work: blowing a hair dryer up your nose, putting essential oils on your butt hole, holding your breath for 10 seconds, or gargling warm water.
The FDA has not authorized at-home testing, but that won't stop telemedicine from trying to capitalize on the coronavirus pandemic.
Have you, male reader, drunk any water today? If not: Why? Do you know you’re not OK?
The Conscious Life Expo celebrates alternative healing, crystals, psychics, mediums, angels and aliens. Its founder says he's been trying to drive out the conspiracy theorist element that sometimes accompanies those things. Is it working?
Charging higher prices for crystals or tarot doesn't guarantee better quality. But it says a lot about today's consumer culture.