Mark Hay

sexual health

Remember Crabs? Turns Out They Didn't Disappear Along With Our Pubes

When pubic hair became less fashionable, so did talking about crabs—but they're just as common as they've ever been.
Mark Hay
4 days ago
body

How Dangerous Are Dry Cleaning Chemicals?

The alternatives to the most notorious dry cleaning solvent are fairly diverse—but many of them don’t seem any safer.
Mark Hay
6.5.19
wellness

This Is What Fish Oil Supplements Actually Do

Is fish oil really just snake oil?
Mark Hay
5.17.19
mind

Do Trigger Warnings Actually Work?

Researchers are divided over whether warnings about sensitive content help or harm people who have experienced trauma.
Mark Hay
5.10.19
environment-policy

Experts Predict if AOC Will End Up Becoming President

Will Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez be the next Richard Nixon?
Mark Hay
5.9.19
mind

Colleges Say They Don’t Have Money for Mental Health. Here’s What They Should Do​

The model, called stepped care, is kind of like triage.
Mark Hay
5.9.19
mind

College Students in Crisis Are Increasingly Turning to Religious Leaders for Help

Chaplains are now part of the mental health ecosystem.
Mark Hay
5.7.19
extremism

How to Deal with Cops Who Believe Wild Conspiracy Theories Like QAnon

Mike Pence appeared in a photo with a cop wearing a "QAnon" patch, and he got demoted. But how many more like him are out there?
Mark Hay
1.10.19
politics

Stormy Daniels Redefined American Sex Scandals

A year after we learned of the hush money payments made by Trump's fixer, the scandal has evolved—and the woman at its center has become a different kind of star.
Mark Hay
1.2.19
porn

How to Talk About Sex with a New Partner, According to Porn Stars

Communication is key.
Mark Hay
12.6.18
conspiracy theories

The Strange, Centuries-Long History of Satanic Pedophile Panics

Modern-day conspiracy theories like Pizzagate and 'QAnon' have roots that stretch back to medieval Europe.
Mark Hay
11.15.18
SEX

Meet Brad, the Guy Keeping Your Vibrator Safe from Hackers

With his Internet of Dongs Project, RenderMan, a.k.a. Brad Haines, is dead set on protecting smart sex toys.
Mark Hay
11.15.18
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