Taylor Swift and Stella McCartney Release ‘Lover’ Fashion Collection

Taylor Swift has unveiled her fashion collaboration with designer Stella McCartney, which goes on sale Friday at a New York City pop-up store, the same day her new album, Lover, debuts. News of the upcoming Stella x Taylor Swift was announced in June, and Swift’s passionate fans have been abuzz on social media about how […]

GameStop Eliminates 14% of Corporate Staff in Restructuring

GameStop eliminated more than 120 corporate staff positions, part of a drive by the video-game retailer to slash costs amid falling sales and a loss of customers to online spending. The cuts amount to 14% of the retailer’s headquarters posts, according to a statement Tuesday, and mark the latest retrenchment by the struggling video-game chain. […]

The Winners of the 2019 Detroit Cannabis Cup

This weekend’s Cannabis Cup in Detroit was filled with friends, fun, and flower! Here are the winners of the 2019 Detroit Cannabis Cup: Indica Flower Jesse Faatz/ High Times 1st Place: Mattybstackers – Peanut Butter Breath2nd Place: Ript Genetics – Stank Breath3rd Place: Exotic Genetix – Lip Smacker Sativa Flower Jesse Faatz/ High Times 1st […]

U.S. Panel Says More Women Should Get BRCA Gene Testing for Breast Cancer: Brainstorm Health

Good afternoon, readers. An independent expert panel of scientists specializing in prevention says that many more American women can benefit from genetic screening for BRCA genes associated with breast and ovarian cancers—but caution that it’s not for everyone. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has released its latest guidelines for BRCA1/2 gene mutation-related cancers, […]

SPONSORED: Launching the ‘Space & Beyond’ Subscription Box

I was 14 years old when I first saw Saturn through a telescope, its rings glowing a vibrant yellow-orange. In that moment, the seemingly two-dimensional landscape of Earth’s surface was irreversibly transformed. From then on, I was hooked on the night sky. I was no longer just a kid from suburban Ohio, I was a […]

Williamson Misleads on Children’s Health, Vaccines

In a July 31 television interview, Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson inaccurately implied there might be a connection between vaccines and higher reported rates of childhood chronic diseases. Williamson is correct that reported rates of chronic conditions in kids have increased over the last several decades, but there is no scientific evidence to suggest vaccines […]

The Racism of Carl Jung

The Swiss psychoanalyst Carl Jung (1875-1961) was one of the best-known psychologists of the 20th century. He introduced such famous concepts as introverted and extraverted personalities, and the idea of the psychological ‘complex’. Today, Jungian or analytical psychology retains an active community. But a recently published Open Letter from a number of prominent Jungians points […]