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Is running good for you? Unequivocally. Is running long distances at a strenuous pace healthy too? That's a little more complicated.
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Eileen Guo Sep 22
I joke w/ friends that my interests these days veer towards skills that'll prep me towards zombie apocalypses...and this article makes me feel so seen. I may be a Prepper Mom in the making.
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"I’d had my entire pregnancy to make the mental transition to motherhood, but the physical act of labor and what’s expected of a woman’s body immediately after — nothing prepared me for that," writes Caitlin Moscatello
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"As long as we trust software to shape our interaction with the world, life will be a disappointing, chaotic, infinite scroll," writes Rob Howard.
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"I’ll never forget how it felt to have my concerns ignored and to be silenced to the point that my life was in jeopardy." Rochaun Meadows-Fernandez on the ways bias an institutional racism endanger pregnant Black women in America.
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Using a method known as "neurofeedback," scientists hope to develop a set of treatments that may one day help people overcome their chronic anxieties, phobias, and possibly PTSD.
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Michael Zelenko Sep 21
teen eyewitnesses are unreliable, and can and do land innocent people in prison. v necessary read
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"Our society is infinitely creative in finding ways to dismiss and pathologize women’s rage." Soraya Chemaly on women's anger, and society's long history of refusing to respect it.
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'Goosebumps' novelist R.L. Stine remains a national treasure.
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The spectacular failures of large companies, and what we can learn from them
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Michelle Ray Sep 22
“The real issue is the rapidly swelling undercurrent of entitlement within both major parties in America.” — 
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"Social networks have succeeded because they variably distribute the most evolutionarily compelling reward possible: approval." Zander Nethercutt on the link between human evolution and social media addiction.
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Meet the activists creating safe spaces for LGBTQ students at the nation’s most conservative colleges
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When he was little, he'd visit his father in prison. Now, waiting to see his own son in the prison's visitor area, that familiar feeling crept in. A current New York State inmate on walking in his father's footsteps—and trying to find a new path.
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"There’s nothing worse than lying to yourself about how you feel, just because you recently did something that mainstream culture has classified as 'relaxing.' That can cause even more damage than 'working too hard," writes Jessica Wildfire.
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"It is not special that I am a woman working in the backcountry, carrying an ax that I happen to know how to use. I insist that this ceases to be a novelty," writes Quinn
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Jodi Jacobson Sep 22
“What If a Good Judge Made a Terrible Decision?” by informed and thoughtful piece.
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Lance Ulanoff Sep 21
Thinking of buying the iPhone Xs or Xs Max? Read this first
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"Smart white men acting stupid will be the death of America." Author Ben Fountain on the toxic confluence of racism and economics that’s organized life in America from the very beginning.
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Warner Bros. hasn't had much luck getting the DC movie universe up to Marvel's level. There is a solution, though, writes Rob Bricken—and it's been right in front of them for years.
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