People who feel shame believe one’s self is inherently wrong. Which might explain why those who most need to feel the emotion never do.
The GOP's opposition to preventative measures, like mask-wearing and vaccines, didn't begin with COVID. Ten years ago, they weaponized another vaccine in a bid for the Republican presidential nomination, and recast themselves as the Death Cult Party.
Journalist and author Emma Goldberg explores the intensity, frustration, and anguish of the pandemic through the eyes of six rookie doctors in her new book, ‘Life on the Line: Young Doctors Come of Age in a Pandemic.’
Vaccines have proven, time and time again, to be safe and effective at preventing disease. But with a virus as new as coronavirus, how soon is too soon to get vaccinated?
Under mandate to stay home, working parents are now also unpaid teachers and caregivers, with the bulk of the burden falling on women. Are we rewriting a history that took generations to change?
The $30 billion industry has the power to influence everything from faster internet speeds to VR, but only women are championing sex tech as a force to be reckoned with.
Rush Limbaugh, the bigoted talk-radio host, is worthy of our collective loathing. But cancer is not a form of righteous punishment.
Should food and lifestyle changes be the first line of therapy prescribed by physicians? In the latest episode of The Fifty One, we examine food insecurity and the chronically ill.
Their definition of what constitutes as sex and rape may not be the same as Catholic Brett Kavanaugh’s, but this judge is seizing a loophole and plans to ride it all the way to the bench.
Food deserts are no accident. They’re deliberately discriminatory, created through systems of economic and racial injustice.