The EPA's Lies About Air Pollution Are Killing Americans
In its latest move to protect industry, the government has ensured that we'll see more deaths from asthma, heart problems and cognitive degeneration.
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How Letter Writing Became an Unexpected Mental Health Aid
More people have realized how taking pen to paper can force you to consider the nuances, logic, and depth of your thoughts.
Opinion: The New Ketamine-Based Antidepressant Is a Rip-Off
Johnson & Johnson patented a form of the psychedelic with less research and a ridiculous price tag.
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Reminder: Abortion Is Still Legal in Alabama
What the extreme legislation means for abortion rights in the state—and for Roe v. Wade.
Opinion: 'The Biggest Loser' Pivoting to Wellness Is a Farce
The franchise's lasting, toxic effects can't be wiped out with a rebrand.
In Memoriam: The Trashy Mall Food Court Smoothie of the 90s
Pour one out for the glory days of Mango Me Crazy and Peach on the Beach.
The Ethics of Taking the Drugs You Study
Should psychedelic scientists trip on the drugs they research?
Boycotting Georgia Won't Change Its Abortion Laws
As Hollywood debates whether to pull production out of the state, experts say there are better ways to make an impact.
The Cruel Genius of Georgia's Abortion Ban
The six-week ban hides a personhood law within it—which means people could be prosecuted and sentenced to prison for miscarriages and even legal abortions obtained in another state.
Did the FBI Seize My Vagina Cultures?
When the FBI raided the offices of at-home microbiome testing startup uBiome, it likely took with it data about my own health.
The Outrageous Reasons These Women Couldn’t Get Their Tubes Tied
People are being denied tubal ligations because they're too young, childless, only have one child, aren't married—or for any other reason their doctor chooses.
Climate Change Could Mean More Kids, Not Less
The effects will vary across the globe and could worsen inequality.