Health and Fitness

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By Rachael Herrscher

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Prolaris. All opinions are my own. 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime. Chances are you might know and love someone who has had or will get a prostate cancer diagnosis. Prostate cancer is the SECON... Read More

Amazon Prime Members Save 10% at Whole Foods

By Melanie Donahoo

Did you know your Amazon Prime membership has more perks than two day shipping? In addition to free videos, photo storage, music, or being on a first name basis with every one of your mail, UPS, and FedEx delivery people (an unspoken joy of my Prime addiction), Amazon just announced Prime members wi... Read More

Science Says: Stay Bare Down There

By kara

Today my son hit a milestone I didn’t think we’d see for several more years: his very first hole-in-the-sock. My mom laughed as I told her about this monumental moment and said maybe it was time to put some shoes on those little socky feet. But it turns out, science thinks that maybe I... Read More

Scientific Proof That a Beyoncé Concert Could Literally Change Your Life

By kara

Or Eminem. Or Yo-Yo Ma. Or PJ Masks Live. Or whoever it is that you saw when you were 16 and have seen a million times since. Because apparently, going to live concerts helps us live our best—and longest—lives. Some research done in Britain by O2, owner of some of the biggest music ... Read More

Science Says: Eating THIS Could Change Your Kid’s Social Life

By kara

Mom confession: The idea of sending my kid to school terrifies me. You guys, it’s still four years away, and it’s stressing me the heck out. And it’s not because I’ll miss him—though I will. It’s because kids are mean, and the day my son comes home heartbroken because of another... Read More

A Harvard Doc Says My Son’s ADHD Is An “Invented Mental Disorder”

By Debbie Gisle

Jerome Kagan, one of Harvard University's dominant psychologists is making quite the rounds on the internet. In a 2012 interview, he shared a very controversial opinion regarding Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder -- he believes it doesn't exist. If you'd like to read his entire interview here... Read More

Science Says: THIS May Be the Reason You’re an Introvert

By kara

Everyone loves curling up with a blanket and a good book (or Netflix) in those dark, cold winter months, but did you know that wanting to stay that way—even after spring has sprung—could be a reflection of where you grew up? According to a new study, there is a temperature-specific sweet spot... Read More

Dear Anxious Mama

By Guest Post

Dear Anxious Mama, You’re not Alone. I know you’re in the trenches just trying to make it one day, one hour, one minute at a time. You’re not alone. I know some days you feel like you just can’t do it and you want to cry. You want to cry hard. It’s okay, Mama. Cry. And Cry H... Read More

Science Says: Dads Think It’s What’s On the Outside That Counts

By kara

You know how it’s your very favorite when someone tells you your kid looks exactly like their dad? Obviously implying to your new-mother brain, which is coursing with unchartered hormonal rage, that maybe, even though you just carried that child for nearly 10 months and gave excruciating birth to ... Read More

The Best Advice I Got In Therapy

By Erin Caserio

I don’t want to brag, but I’m a CHAMPION WORRIER. My super power is combining two awesome thinking errors into one glorious anxiety-inducing situation: catastrophizing and fortune-telling. Catastrophizing: thinking things are worse than they are. Fortune Telling: predicting doom and gloom... Read More