With us stuck at home for the foreseeable future, experts believe that experiencing nature in VR will be beneficial for our health.
Faced with unprecedented blazes, the firefighters of America have armed themselves with a metaphor: they will literally fight fire with fire.
On Instagram, users are purchasing goods, only to discover that they’re victims of a complex discounting scam.
Listen up, sheeple. While the pandemic has entered our lives, it has also entered the zeitgeist. So, consider this a crash course in conspiracy theorist-ese.
The latest trend on TikTok involves a spot of DIY work on your own teeth. Dentists respond by warning everyone against doing this.
While we’ve all adjusted to a life kept in stasis, the experience has changed us. But, is that change permanent? And is it a good thing?
Proving that anything can be marketed, several companies are cashing in on platforms that offer users the chance to casually chat with their colleagues. Like the good old days.
For whatever reason, words like “hangry” catch on, while perfectly serviceable words like “aggress” are lost forever to history.
According to a recent study, there are a handful of words our brain will regurgitate by default. Apparently, these words can also help ascertain the health of our minds.
Proving that necessity is the mother of invention and that 2020 is the end of days, odd food combinations are taking root on Instagram. We hope you skipped lunch.