I'm not the best decorator, designer, or photographer, my socks have probably only matched twice in my life, and my cats are rather plum...
Doctor-Recommended Arthritis Health Tips
We asked rheumatologists what they most wish their patients would do to improve their arthritis health. Here are seven arthritis health tips from the experts.
How to Meal Prep for the Week on a Budget
Broke and starving? There's a fix for that. Next week, try budgeting and planning your meals so you can do pre-prep, thus saving valuable time.
Art that Slows Down How We Assess Gender
At the center of Smack Mellon’s Dumbo gallery, Gil Yefman’s knitted wrecking ball of genitalia and bodily fluids hangs from the ceiling.
What homeless people really need is a home, not a clean shirt or bowl of soup
The intentions of those who provide charity to people on the streets are unambiguously positive. And yet, without them knowing, their actions can actually do more harm than good.
Ann Curry learns a family secret on the PBS series, 'Finding Your Roots'
Journalist Ann Curry, who graduated from the University of Oregon, makes a dramatic discovery on "Finding Your Roots."
10 Signs You Are a Victim of Gaslighting
“You’re crazy, that never happened.” “You’re too sensitive.” “You’re making things up” Are these phrases that you constantly hear from your partner that cause you to question yourself? If so, your partner might be using something called “gaslighting” — a form of emotional abuse that causes a victim to question their own feelings, instincts and sanity, …
RuPaul on How Straight People Steal From Gay Culture and Why Educating the Youth Is a Waste of Time
"Straight pop culture has liberally lifted things from gay culture as long as I can remember."
Former homeless man talks about why some homeless people refuse to sleep in shelters
We begin this year's coverage of Denver's homelessness crisis by exploring the single most-asked question we got last year: why do so many of the city's homeless refuse to sleep in shelters?
Adventure travelers leading way in Nepal’s tourism recovery: Travel Weekly
Avid trekkers who accounted for much of the country’s tourism dollars prior to the quakes are combining trekking and voluntourism efforts.