Being Black in America Is a Health Risk. It's Time for Reparations.
Cash would not only be a form of repayment, it would also undeniably improve people's health.
People Are Already Dying From Being Denied Abortions
A new study is a reminder of the serious consequences of restricting abortion access.
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.
The Complex Ethics of Saving a Dead Person's Sperm
People are retrieving (and using) sperm from loved ones who've died. Is that OK?
Cold Showers Help Me Manage Dysphoria When Nothing Else Works
When I had an eating disorder linked to dysphoria, I thought cold showers would help me lose weight. Instead, I find that they bring me back to myself.
Heroin Overdose Parties Are a Dehumanizing Myth
“Narcan parties” are just another part of the narrative that vilifies people who use the drugs our nation has chosen to criminalize.
I Got My Penis Zapped for Better Boners
This treatment is meant for erectile dysfunction, but people who just want harder, longer-lasting erections might also benefit.
Opinion: 'The Biggest Loser' Pivoting to Wellness Is a Farce
The franchise's lasting, toxic effects can't be wiped out with a rebrand.
Boycotting Georgia Won't Change Its Abortion Laws
As Hollywood debates whether to pull production out of the state, experts say there are better ways to make an impact.
Long Walks Were the Antidote to My Fear of Failure
The meditation of walking in a city is not as internal as that of hiking. You do not lose yourself in the silence; rather, you melt into the physical beat of observation.
What You Need to Know About Consent and Disability
The people entrusted to care for me need to understand and respect my boundaries.
Abortion Bans Don’t Need to Go Into Effect to Cause Harm
Bans in Georgia and Ohio are unlikely to be enforced, but people are already confused about whether they can access abortion care there.