The Pros and Cons of Being an Older Parent

You might think that younger is better when it comes to parenting, but there are actually many benefits that come with being an older parent. Of course, there are a few detractors as well. Here are 14 pros and cons of being an older parent.

The Biological Differences Between Women and Men

We don’t subscribe to the whole “men are from Mars, women are from Venus” thing, but it’s a fact that men and women are built differently, and that there are a number of biological distinctions between the sexes that go beyond our reproductive parts.

15 Proven Ways to Relax and Destress After a Hard Day

Is your job, your relationship, or the general state of the world today stressing you out? Even the most seemingly together person can find themselves overwhelmed by tension and have difficulty coping from time to time.

12 Sports with Dangerous Connections to Brain Injury

Competitive sports are an important part of youth development and can offer kids the chance to hone a number of Read More

15 Terrible Health Tips from Out of Touch Celebrities

Just like how you should never Google your medical symptoms (the answer is usually some kind of cancer), you probably shouldn’t be turning to celebrities for health advice either. Here are 15 celebrity health tips that you’d probably be better off not taking.

15 Marriage Mistakes that Women Make

While some people prefer the single life, anyone who craves partnership can tell you how good it feels to finally find “the one” and feel like the awfulness of dating is behind you. However, by viewing marriage as a milestone that once achieved can subsist on love alone without work or attention, we are setting ourselves up for failure, or rather, divorce.

50 Weird Phobias You Won’t Believe People Actually Have

Plenty of people are afraid of things like spiders, lightning, and enclosed spaces, but did you know there’s a phobia for just about anything and everything you can think of? Here are 50 of the most bizarre fears that have actually been formally diagnosed.

A Deadly Pandemic: How HIV Spread Across the World

During the 1980s, the HIV/AIDS pandemic blew up and became an international health crisis that has since affected more than 70 million people worldwide. For years, the source of the virus was unknown, leading to much speculation, finger pointing and isolation of many groups of people who were thought to have been responsible for the spread of the illness.

What Makes a Murderer? The Psychology Behind Mass Shootings

What drives someone to want to murder strangers en masse? Experts who have studied the psychology behind mass shootings say that although it’s a problem belonging to the modern era, it’s deeply rooted in our evolutionary journey as humans. Here’s what we know about the psychology behind mass shootings…