Shayla Love is a staff writer at Vice covering science, medicine, health, and drugs.
Keeping Up Appearances as a 'Model Minority' Can Have Serious Mental Health Consequences
The importance of maintaining "face" in Asian cultures goes back thousands of years. In the US, where Asian Americans also grapple with a rampant high-achiever stereotype, people are suffering silently.
Socially Anxious People Are Taking MDMA and Other Psychedelics to Cope
Scientists say that combined with therapy, these drugs could be a promising treatment option.
How to Radicalise Your Parents on Climate Change
It's possible to change someone's mind on climate change – if you're related to them.
This Is What America Could Look Like When Its Coasts Are Under Water
Rising sea levels could be an opportunity for social change – or a dystopian hellscape.
The Vaccine That Could Prevent Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
As mental health disorders run rampant, scientists are trying to make an immunisation from bacteria that could help.
Why Do Some People Suddenly Develop Food Allergies Later in Life?
It can be confusing and daunting to suddenly not be able to eat a food you've eaten your whole life.
If Everyone Tripped on Psychedelics, We’d Do More About Climate Change
Scientists are looking into what psychedelics do to inspire people to act pro-environmentally.
The Chilling Mystery of High-Altitude Suicides
US counties above 4,000 feet have twice as many suicides as counties at 2,000 feet. Is it because there's less oxygen in the air, or is something else going on?
The Case for an 8-Hour Work Week
Robots may be coming your job, but a new study finds we don’t need to work that much anyway.
The Pursuit of High Self-Esteem Is Making Us Miserable
“We think of boosts to self-esteem as analogous to sugar: tasty but not nutritious.”
The Radical Plan to Save the Planet by Working Less
The degrowth movement wants to intentionally shrink the economy to address climate change, and create lives with less stuff, less work and better well-being. But is it a utopian fantasy?
Twitter's New Vaccine Feature Won't Stop Anti-Vaxxers
Twitter joins Pinterest, Facebook, and YouTube in trying to filter out vaccine misinformation online. But will it be enough?