Andrew Yang Is the Tech-Loving 2020 Candidate Promising Free Money for All
Andrew Yang is advancing the most transformative agenda of any Democrat in the 2020 race, even though hardly anyone has heard of him.
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Colonics Aren’t Cleansing, They’re Dangerous
The belief that the colon needs to be cleansed recurs throughout history, but there's no reliable evidence that colonics have any health benefits, and they do come with risks.
The Psychology Behind Stalking
It’s comforting to believe that we can easily spot a stalker. But people who engage in stalking actually vary far more widely that you'd expect.
The Motivation for a Muscular Body Can Be Different for Asian-American Men
"You want to buck the stereotype. And one thing in your control is your physique.”
Here's How Gross it Is if You Find a Hair in Your Food
Despite the possibility of encountering dyes, sprays, and gels applied to hair, it’s not considered a chemical hazard in food—only a physical or biological one.
Trying to Be a Perfect Athlete Isn't Worth It
Perfectionism is associated with many psychological problems, including anxiety and depression.
Why Do Some Women Like to Watch Guy-on-Guy Porn?
Nearly 40 percent of women who watch guy-on-guy porn are straight.
Why Breakups Motivate People to Get in Shape
Wanting a revenge body may say a lot about your personality.
How Dirty Is Going Ass to Mouth?
Eating your own poop is shockingly not that bad for you.
Endearing Portraits of South Korea's Elderly Female Freedivers
South Korea's first woman underwater photographer has documented the dwindling community of Korean women who freedive for sea food well into their seventies.
Let’s Call ‘Detox Teas’ What They Really Are: Laxatives
“Those diet teas are a travesty."
Will Americans Ever Actually Use the Female Condom?
Many Americans think the internal condom is totally gross. But sexual health advocates are convinced that new FDA regulations could help them go mainstream.