When to See the Strawberry Moon — and Where It Got Its Name

This article originally appeared on Travel + Leisure.  Later this week, stargazers will be able to spot the Strawberry Moon in the sky. On Friday, June 9 at approximately 9:09 am ET, this month’s full moon will reach its peak. To most people, the moon will appear full the nights before and after its peak. […]

The Secret to Deeper Happiness Is Simpler Than You Might Think

You just closed on the house of your dreams, your Facebook post is blowing up with likes—and you scored reservations at the hottest restaurant in town to celebrate. You’re ecstatic, right? Of course you are! Your brain is so lit up with dopamine, a key pleasure chemical, that it looks like a fireworks finale. But will all this make you happier? Sure, but only temporarily (sigh). According to a growing […]

Body Positive Blogger Says ‘I Jiggle for Joy Every Day’ After Being Suicidal as a College Student

[brightcove:5305635850001 default] This article originally appeared on People.com.  Body positive advocate Kate Speer has a special message for everyone: You are fabulous just the way you are. The 29-year-old blogger and mental health advocate garnered a lot of attention last week with a high-energy, dance-filled Instagram video of herself doing a “jiggle for joy.” “This […]

The Most Confident People in the Room May Steer You to a Bad Decision

Making group decisions among family, friends, or coworkers can be tough—especially when people have differing opinions, and some are more forceful about them than others. Now, a new study in Nature Human Behavior reveals a common trap we tend to fall into with these situations: People often match their levels of confidence to the confidence levels […]

A MRSA Infection Cost Me $300,000—and Nearly Killed Me

[brightcove:5456697861001 default] This article originally appeared on Time.com.  This essay is part of a TIME series on the growing effects of antimicrobial resistance: superbugs that may no longer be treated with standard-course antibiotics. In 2016, World Health Organization leaders called drug resistance a “major global threat” estimated to kill 10 million people a year in […]

Here’s Why a Man Died After Swimming With a New Tattoo  

You would never think that going for a swim after getting a tattoo could kill you. But that's what happened to one man, and his story highlights the scary infection risk associated with getting inked that many of us blow off. Shortly after getting a new tattoo on his calf, the unidentified 31-year-old took a dip in the Gulf […]

Chloë Grace Moretz Says She’s ‘Appalled and Angry’ Over Her Snow White Parody’s Movie Poster

This article originally appeared on People.com.  Chloë Grace Moretz found about the marketing for her upcoming animated film, Red Shoes & the 7 Dwarfs, like everyone else. The actress, 20, — who voices the main character — released a series of statements on Twitter following the public backlash of the billboard for the newest retelling of the […]

Tess Holliday Slams New Snow White Parody Movie Poster as Body Shaming: ‘How Did This Get Approved’

This article originally appeared on People.com.  Promotions for a new Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs parody are leaving people with a bad taste worse than a poisonous apple. Red Shoes & the 7 Dwarfs, the newest retelling of the animated classic, is being criticized for its marketing campaign. Many say the movie poster — […]