Episode 148: Medical Myths

On this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Gem talks about Anthroposophic medicine and some of the weird myths it promotes, Lauren discusses medicalization, Laura busts some myths about food, and Ashlyn quizzes the panel about sexually transmitted infections. 337 more words

Science

Reading "Psyché," (P. S.)

Yesterday, I published a complete post, but an incomplete post surfaced.

It was late, so I had run out of energy, which is often the case. 162 more words

Comedy

Weekly Suggestions 2

So today, I finally posted this one when I said I would post it.

For those of you who don’t know (probably all of you who are reading this), this is my weekly suggestions of content that I have gone through the previous week that I recommend people to check out. 3,208 more words

Life

The Illness that's Everywhere

“I don’t really feel sick. Not exactly,” said the white-haired lady.

Many Paths sat down on the edge of the pine bough bed and looked down warmly into the eyes of She Who Saved Many Lives. 1,428 more words

Psychology

A Reading of Molière's "Psyché" (Part Three)

ACT FOUR

Act Four, Scene Four
PSYCHE AND THE RIVER GOD
(bold letters are mine)

After Cupid tells Psyche that he is the god of Love, he disappears. 2,279 more words

Comedy

Chronic Pain - Fairytale or Fact?

Chronic pain is defined as the pain felt for a duration longer than 6 months.
In India, according to Saxena, et al. in the Indian Journal of Palliative Care, the prevalence of chronic pain is 19.3 % in adult population. 861 more words