The trailer for "To The Bone" has set off a disagreement about whether the film glamorizes eating disorders or sheds needed light on the reality of anorexia. Here's what to know.
And why we keep talking about Russia instead.
"Privacy and confidentiality, two foundations of psychotherapy, are the first things to go when sessions are broadcast on TV."
Watching that person bellyflop/mishandle fireworks/fail-twerk makes you feel good because you aren't that unlucky sonuvabitch.
While it's mostly thankless, from a fan-appreciation standpoint, to be a referee, it is especially lonely for the referee who has made a mistake.
Four video game sound designers explain the thought behind the world's most recognizable video game sounds.
"If you're in a totally impossible situation, you dissociate to stay alive. Trauma can freeze you in time."
Trapped in a metal tube in the sky, I might be spreading my anxiety to those around me.
Would you believe us if we told you this video could fix all your life's problems and give you an unparalleled sense of belonging? No? What if a bunch of friends and acquaintances told you it would...
If "politically correct" culture is a huge turn-off to you but coming off as a disrespectful brute is as well, there may be a third way.
It’s easy to Apple Pay, but harder to Apple collect.
Especially these days, it's become far too easy for our beliefs to turn intense, souring and steamrolling to others.
We're all humiliating ourselves all the time. Why are you making it worse by replaying that time you called someone Ryan but his name is Matt?
The surprising effects of reducing empathy for your own ingroup.
Coming to terms with exercise bulimia.
It's way easier than trying to be happy. So why not fully commit yourself to total sadness?
You're far more likely to have talked about "being obsessive compulsive" than you are to know much about the disorder or actually have it yourself.
One thing foreign travel guides often say about America is that its residents love to smile at strangers. Other cultures don't do that. So why do we?
When seen in the light of pure machine learning (think IBM’s Watson), his behavior actually makes sense.
Honesty may be the best policy, but scheming and dishonesty are part of what makes us human.
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