The loss of the Y chromosome could drive the formation of entirely new species.
It isn't surprising, but what's behind the straight-white-male hegemony?
A new study highlights the secondhand effects of drinking, arguing that higher taxation could curb problems.
- A new study reveals that 21 percent of females and 23 percent of males have suffered the consequences of someone else's drinking.
- The secondhand effects of alcohol, including threats, vandalism, and financial problems, are underreported.
- Experts in the field recommend higher taxation to curb excessive drinking.
Americans' acceptance and desire of "dad bod" is increasing every year.
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- The survey was commissioned by Planet Fitness, whose conducted surveys on dad bod for the past three years.
- The results generally showed that Americans think dad bod is sexy, attractive, and indicative of a man who's comfortable in his own skin.
- Still, research suggests that gaining weight in middle adulthood raises the risk of chronic disease and premature death.
We may not learn and grow beyond the #MeToo era if we keep thinking in black and white, says comedian Pete Holmes.
- The collective suffering society is going through with the #MeToo movement is the earmark that real change is happening, says comedian Pete Holmes. Abusers need to acknowledge their wrongdoing and, where possible, be open about their evolution and growth.
- Comedian Louis C.K.'s abuses and return to the stage have divided the comedy community and society on a broader scale. The debate predominately has two narratives: Either C.K. is a monster, or he is a symbol of artistic freedom.
- The truth, says Holmes, is likely in the middle, and our need to take a binary stance won't help us confront and grow from these complicated issues.