We Asked Experts if CBD-Spiked Foods Do Anything at All
CBD oil is in everything from gummies to cold brew, but does it actually have any benefits if it's combined with other ingredients?
Young Farmers Are Cashing in on Hemp to Live Happier
In recent years, media attention has attributed the anxiety, depression, and suicide among farmers to factors beyond their control. Could growing cannabis for CBD turn the tide?
When You’ve Transitioned But Your Voice Hasn’t Caught Up
How transgender people perceive their voices can have a big impact on their health and well-being.
What to Do When Your Roommate Comes Home Too Drunk
Experts tell us how to differentiate a 'call 9-1-1' type of moment from a more benign 'get this person a burger and Gatorade' vibe.
Asking for Friend
Is Cheap Makeup Bad for Your Skin?
There has to be a reason for the drastic price difference between MAC and dollar store bronzer.
Why Do People Drastically Change Their Skin Color?
The complicated psychology of why some people obsessively tan and why others use bleaching products to lighten their skin.
What's Freaking Me Out
These Are the Chemicals That Should Not Be in Your Hair Products
Is 'sulfate-free' a good thing? What's up with parabens? What are the ingredients we should be avoiding completely?
Relaxers Aren't the Only Hair Products With Questionable Chemicals Marketed to Black Women
So much time, money, and anxiety goes into making black hair conform to white standards—only for it to potentially harm black people’s health.
Cops Are Nearly 3 Times More Likely to Kill Black Americans Than White Americans
Black and brown people are also getting killed at younger ages, losing more total years of life
A Psychiatrist Told Us Why Her Patient Killed Her Children
In 2016, Carol Coronado was sentenced to three life prison terms for the murder of her three daughters.
Discrimination Against Your Partner Affects You Too
“It can help you remember, ‘Oh, wait a minute, I’m stressed. My relationship isn’t the problem here.’”
The Test We Use to Detect Depression Is Designed for White People
Depression looks different for young black Americans and our current screening is leaving many of them undiagnosed.