Alicia Furlan, University of Pittsburgh
Standard office furniture creates painful problems for many office workers outside of the average height range. Who is responsible for solving them?
The board game has long been known for its dangerous ability to escalate tensions. But rather than avoiding this, maybe it’s the point.
New feminist safety classes not only teach women how to defend themselves in real-life scenarios, but also interrogate society’s response to violence.
The Psychology Today blog speaks not only to the joys of recovery, but also to the pains of struggling with the disorder.
We’re used to seeing them on social media and our initial reaction is often disgust. But what happens when we really scrutinize our hesitations?
They are incredibly popular, forming their own subsection of YouTube. But what is it about the genre that has attracted so many viewers?
‘Songs for Carmella: Lullabies and Sing-Alongs’ challenges societal expectations of the role of women in the workplace and at home.
Having friends of friends has long been presumed to be beneficial, but perhaps it’s more stressful than we’ve been thought.
Whether it’s the International Day of Non-Violence (Oct. 2) or National Doughnut Day (June 4), who’s to say that you can’t choose to make the time special?
From saving money to saving the planet, there are lots of good reasons to get rid of air conditioners. Here’s why Americans never will.
It’s not just a way to get from one point to another. Get the most out of your walking experience.
The trend is attractive because it promises freedom and simplicity. But even in a tiny house, life can still be pretty complex.
The stress of COVID-19 has put us in competition with our neighbors, but our actions in the supermarket might reveal more about how we relate to each other.
We’re used to spending hours trying to cover them, but they might be the very thing we need to show off our summer achievement.
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