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What Brooklyn Looked Like Before The Hipster Invasion
This was Brooklyn before it became a haven for luxury condos and artisanal pickle shops.
The Sad Origins Of Why We Tell Kids Not To Take Candy From A Stranger
Before Adam Walsh and Etan Patz' disappearances galvanized millions, there was the sad story of Charley Ross.
Why Some Gay Men Still Can’t Donate Blood
Decades after the HIV/AIDS crisis, a partial ban still makes it effectively prohibitive for gay men to donate blood.
Los Angeles Proposes ‘Millionaire’s Tax’ To End Homelessness
The modest tax could generate up to $300 million a year.
The Life Of Sally Ride, First American Woman In Space
This women lifted the glass ceiling to the stars.
Young Adults Who Live With Their Parents Is The New Norm
A new Pew study has some interesting insights into millennial housing arrangements.
Vintage Photo Reveals Who Invented The Original Selfie Stick
Back then, selfie sticks were literally sticks.
Magic Mushrooms Alleviate Depression, New Study Finds
A new study found that psilocybin, magic mushrooms' main ingredient, might just be the next successful treatment for long-term depression.
Using Social Media Negatively Impacts Body Image, New Study Says
New research suggests a troubling relationship between social media use and body image.
Can You Perform Surgery In Zero Gravity?
It's honestly surprising we haven't gotten further along yet.
The Cannes Film Festival In 21 Iconic Photos
The 11-day film festival naturally lends itself to some truly fantastic photo ops.