A study has suggested that the more muscle a man has, the more likely he is to be sexist. After conducting my own field research by polishing my own guns, I will have to agree.
Where do the anti-vaccine, pro-disease crowd turn to for professional advice? A television doctor, of course.
It’s an eternal question wrapped in a riddle wrapped in a kebab wrapper. Can you eat before you exercise and still get results?
We, fundamentally, are beings wired for human connection, so much so that we all share the same feelings of loneliness in a crowd. Why? Well …
Traumatic memories are often placed in the rearview mirror instead of under the microscope, but how do you work through trauma without it overcoming you?
An American mother was stunned to see what her son brought home: the dreaded anti-vaccer. She got through it, but hopes there isn’t a second date.
The “Weak” in U.S. Politics: reviewing Clinton and Trump’s health, both candidates respond to New York bombing, a look at their celebrity endorsements, and appearances on Jimmy Fallon.
Christy Powers is about to go in for her first major surgery since her breast cancer diagnosis. She shares her thoughts and reflects back on her life before cancer.
After a Harvard study reported the alleged health benefits of sarcasm, Kate Turner volunteered to be sarcastic for a day to find out if it’s accurate.
Christy Powers continues to process her breast cancer diagnosis; she shares her thoughts as her surgery date approaches and searches out her courage.