mood

Phys Ed

Taper Madness Is Real and This Is How You Can Avoid it Before a Big Race

In the weeks before a big marathon—when you're not getting that long-run endorphin hit—things can get a little emotionally haywire.
Allie Volpe
1.16.19
anxiety

The Gendering of Emotions Could Be Linked to Rates of Anxiety

30 percent of American women will develop an anxiety disorder over their lifetime compared to 19 percent of men.
Nick Keppler
10.2.18
mental health

This Is What Your Brain and Body Do When You Hang Out With Animals

Here’s everything we know about how pets affect your mood.
Nick Keppler
8.17.18
Sex

Having Sex Makes You Think Life Is More Meaningful

“Meaning in life often arises when an individual feels their basic need for belonging is met with someone.”
Christian Jarrett
7.24.18
sadness

Five Reasons Being Moody Is Actually Good for You

We now live in an age that ignores and devalues sadness.
Joseph Paul Forgas
5.11.18
Health

Tequila Doesn't Make You Act Any Crazier Than Wine or Beer

It's all in your head.
Nicole Lee
4.23.18
Asking for a friend

What Happens if I Spend All My Time in Artificial Light?

Nearly half of adults are so short on rays that they're deficient in vitamin D.
Kristen Dold
3.23.18
olympics

Elizabeth Swaney Skiing Poorly at the Olympics Is My Tuesday Inspiration

Same, girl. Same.
Manisha Krishnan
2.20.18
mental health

Am I Depressed or Just Really Sad?

It can be easy to confuse the two.
Michelle Malia
2.15.18
New music

Lil Uzi Vert Returns with TM88 and Southside on “Mood”

The song came out a few hours after TM88 tweeted that he hadn't been paid for producing Uzi's "XO Tour Lif3."
Alex Robert Ross
1.6.18
Pizza

Attempt to Fight Off Blue Monday Depression with These 'Happy' Pizzas

Two UK pizza chains have jumped on the Blue Monday hype-loaded bandwagon and declared that they have developed mood-enhancing pizzas that will drag you out of your winter doldrums—especially on Blue Monday.
Alex Swerdloff
1.16.17
depression

Seasonal Affective Disorder Might Not Be A Real Thing, Some Researchers Say

About six percent of the US population reports suffering from SAD.
David Silverberg
1.1.17
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