In 2017, one study reported that one in six Americans takes an SSRI for a mental illness every day. That was nearly two years ago
There is no such thing as useless knowledge.
Take a second to internalize that…
Nothing you know how to do, no fact you’re able to remember long past its alleged usefulness, no unmarketable skill or interest, is devoid of value.
Every proficiency you’ve ever earned – from PC Tetris excellence to being able to bake perfect chocolate chip cookies – all form and affect the consciousness you inhabit and think of as “yourself.”
Viruses are not discerning. They don’t care about your gender, sexual orientation, religion, or political affiliation. But its far-reaching effects across the platforms of society
The internet is saturated with advice on how to manicure your body and finetune it like a microchip — washboard abs, Madonna arms, digestive purges, leg day, chest day, back sculpting, squat thrusts, etc.
In the noise, you may find yourself confused about where to start and what’s important.
The truth is, being active and healthy is a lifestyle. That means it should be a part of your behavior all day, every day.
How many different ways have you come up with to serve Brussels sprouts? Carrots? Broccoli? Peas? Kale? At some stage, it can feel like we’re
When the Spanish Flu (note: not because it originated in Spain, but because Spanish newspapers reported it first) swept the globe in 1918, no one