A dramatized account of the events surrounding the Antonine Plague, which spread across Europe in the late 2nd century AD.
When someone’s relationship is through the roof fantastic, they’re less apt to be tight around what their partner does outside the relationship.
The Depression Files Podcast hosted by Al Levin
Imagine seeing a video of someone notable doing something amazing or disturbing, and finding out that it was completely artificial?
Maybe hope isn’t in the sky. Maybe it’s in the mirror.
— Learn what you should avoid bringing up while coaching by watching this video. — — Transcript Provided by YouTube: 00:00 one of the most important things to 00:02 remember about coaching and coaching 00:04 your teams is to keep it about business 00:06 it’s business it’s not personal and let 00:10 me tell…
Reflections on the lies and limitations of IQ.
“A wall of cops moves like a wall of water on a barge, no beauty.”
Most carpeting is made from synthetic fibers derived from non-renewable petroleum-based sources and emits harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs) into the air.
Speculative futures of care — Miriam Iris Ticktin
Experts have voiced concerns about the uptake of a recent Canadian study, in which water fluoridation was associated with slightly lower IQs in children.
This is a story of a women’s joy turning to shock, anger and shame.
The queer community is resilient. No matter what obstacles they encounter, their battle to live, pursue their passions, and contribute to society endures.
Refections on loneliness over the festive season.
In this episode, the Kvetching Professor first talks about two of the most famous advice columns ever — “Dear Abby” and “Ask Ann Landers.” And then it’s about his own altogether fictitious contribution — “Dr. Mark.” Unless you wanted a good laugh, you probably wouldn’t want to write in to ask Dr. Mark for his…
You need to know the difference.