The Peloton Ad Woman Is Absolutely Not OK
Peloton released a 30-second tale of one woman’s desperate journey into wellness hell.
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Men Want Their Wives to Contribute Exactly 40 Percent of Household Income
A new study pinpointed the income distribution between straight spouses that causes husbands the least amount of stress.
Ditch Your Phone Habits, Not Your Friendships
Dopamine fasting involves a kind of social isolation that experts say could actually be detrimental to your health.
Google Bought Access to Millions of People's Healthcare Data
With the launch of "Project Nightingale", Google now knows more about our bodies than just what we feverishly search on WebMD.
Horny People Lie More
A new study found that people who are sexually aroused are more likely to tell lies about themselves in order to impress a potential partner.
Yes, Anxiety and Depression Are Linked to Memory Loss. Yes, People Talk About It
A call for people to "talk about the fact that anxiety and depression can give you major memory loss??" resonated across Twitter.
'Dopamine Fasting' Is the Newest 'Sounds Fake, but OK' Wellness Trend
If everyone in Silicon Valley was taking a day-long vow of silence and forgoing fun, would you do it too?
The 'Wellness Influencer' Lifestyle Can Be a Gateway to Disordered Eating
The corner of the internet that chronicles meticulous diets and "clean eating" regimens is still a petri dish for orthorexia.
Lube Is Not the Enemy
Sometimes a friction-reducing sexual aid is just a friction-reducing sexual aid.
Don't Gnaw Your Way to Hotness
Jawzrsize capitalises on one of the myriad ways the internet has made us feel terrible about our bodies.
Mirroring Is My Favourite Way to Tell if Someone Is Checking Me Out
Unconscious body language cues can be a sign that someone is interested in you – if you know what to look for.
I've Never Felt Professionally Lonelier Than I Did at a WeWork
WeWork touts its ability to build community, but coworking is bleak.