Do Trigger Warnings Actually Work?
Researchers are divided over whether warnings about sensitive content help or harm people who have experienced trauma.
Doctors and Emergency Workers Tell Us About the Toll of Treating Gunshot Victims
After the NRA told doctors to stay in their lane on gun control, many spoke out about the visceral results of gun violence.
This Is the Emotional and Financial Cost of Sexual Assault
I sometimes find myself very depressed over the question “who would I be had I not been raped?”
Here Comes the Legal Case for Medicinal Psychedelics
BC therapist Bruce Tobin is striving to give end-of-life cancer patients magic mushrooms in a clinical setting.
The Ex-Commando Who Reenacts His War on a Paintball Field
“If it’s no use worrying, what’s the point of crying?”
Meet the Paramedics in Helicopters Saving BC’s Resource Workers
Remote northern worksites will get more than the basic first aid starting in June 2018.
'Rick and Morty' Incest Porn Is Tearing the Show's Fans Apart
RickMorty shippers are testing the boundaries of the First Amendment.
No-Go Zone: Life as a Freelance War Photographer
Australia's Luke Cody explains how he manages fear and stays alive.
Iraq War Veterans are Using Pro Wrestling to Cope With PTSD
In the short documentary 'Valhalla Club,' three vets talk about how pro wrestling did for them what the VA and federal government couldn't: helped them cope with PTSD.
An Armed Robbery Ruined My European Vacation, Then My Life When I Got Home
Sometimes the psychological aftermath is more terrifying than being threatened with murder.
The Punisher's Showrunner Knows His Show Will Be Criticized for Gun Violence
We spoke to Steve Lightfoot about putting The Punisher out during a time when mass shooting are commonplace.
Canada Moves Closer to Legalizing Medicinal Use of MDMA
The initial results of the drug-assisted psychotherapy project have been positive.